Women's Soccer

 Matt Fannon
Matt Fannon

Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Davis & Elkins College '08


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Matt Fannon enters his first season as a Cowgirl assistant coach.

Fannon, a native of York, England, joins Cowgirl soccer after spending two seasons as an assistant men's coach at Regis. In 2011, he helped lead the Rangers to a 13-4-1 (.750) overall record. The previous season he helped coach the squad to a 14-3-4 (.762) record and its first NCAA tournament appearance in school history. One of Fannon's responsibilities was to work with Regis' goal keepers, a duty he will continue at UW. While in Denver, Fannon also worked as the Challenger Sports Regional Director for Wyoming, New Mexico, Utah and Mexico. Additionally, he had coached the Broomfield Blast high school-aged girls' teams since 2009.

Fannon graduated and played collegiately at Davis & Elkins College in Elkins, W. Va., and was a captain for the Senators. At Davis & Elkins he earned first team all-conference and all-region honors each season, while helping lead the team to a 17-5 (.772) finish, its best record in 25 seasons. Prior to Davis & Elkins he played one season at Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Fannon graduated Davis & Elkins College with a bachelor's of science in physical education in 2008. He has his NSCAA Premier Diploma and earned his Football Association Coaching Certificate in England in 2002. He also has a United State Soccer Federation Goalkeeping License.

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