Lauren Robb enters her first year at the helm of the Owls women's soccer program. She become the seventh head women's soccer coach in WWU history on January 18, 2018.
Robb comes to WWU after two years at Northern Oklahoma College, where she was the assistant coach. With Robb on the staff, the Mavericks went 35-4-2 in two seasons and were Region Two Champions both years.
While at Northern Oklahoma College, Robb assisted in coaching the Mavericks to a ranking of third nationally, which is the highest in school-history. She coached many players who earned all-region, all-district and one Second Team All-American.
Off the pitch, the Mavericks women's soccer program earned a 3.56 grade point average and was recognized as the NJCAA Academic National Champions.
Prior to coaching at Northern Oklahoma College, Robb was an assistant coach at Hickman High School in Columbia, Missouri. With Robb on the staff, the team was 21-6 and were district champions for the third year in a row.
While in graduate school, Robb was a youth club coach at the Missouri Athletic Center in Columbia, Missouri. She coached youth players ranging from three years to 12 years old. She was the head coach for the Little Kickers program, which is the developmental soccer for three-to-five-year olds.
Collegiately, Robb played for Central Methodist University out of Fayette, Missouri. She was a four-year starter and three-year captain for the Eagles. During her senior year the team finished 14-3-2, which is the best in school's history. She received a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training in 2012.
Robb continued at Central Methodist as a Graduate Assistant coach for women's soccer as well as a coach for the strength and conditioning department. She graduated with her Master's in Education in Athletic Administration in 2014.