Carrie Taylor is currently the Technical Director of the Laguna Niguel Youth Soccer Association and the Director of Coaching for Laguna United Football Club. She is the head coach and program director for Dana Hills High School girls’ soccer. In addition to being a Cal South instructor, she teaches the National Youth Coaching Course for US Youth Soccer, formerly worked with U.S. Soccer National Training Centers and is a member of the Women in Soccer Committee for Cal South. She also is a speaker for Advance Sports Technology, writes for football.com and is a member of the Coaching Advisory Committee for Coaches Across Continents.
Carrie was recently named to the US Youth Soccer Technical Committee and is co-founder of WOMEN IN SOCCER. Carrie holds her NYL and USSF “A” Licenses and has been a Head Men’s and Women’ Division III college head coach, where she was named HCAC coach of the year twice, along with two conference championships and NCAA tournament appearances. She also has served as an assistant at Division I program, Xavier University. She has won a President’s Cup National Championship, and was 2012 Cal South Developmental Coach of the Year.
Taylor has her Master’s in Sport Administration from Wayne State University and played on first ever Women’s Soccer team at the University of Michigan.