OSU Women’s Soccer hires two new coaches

Oregon State Women’s Soccer is adding two new assistant coaches, as announced by head coach Matt Kagan on Twitter. The first announcement came on Feb. 7 and was followed with another announcement six days later on Feb. 13.

The tweet from Feb. 7 announced Kevin Legg, who joins OSU after serving as the Director of Youth Programs for Crossfire United. On their website, Crossfire United says it is part of the ECNL, which stands for Elite Clubs National League.

According to the online announcement attached to Kagan’s tweet, Legg has been coaching since 1994 and spent time playing professional indoor soccer.

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Geri Siudzinski was announced as a volunteer assistant as part of the Feb. 13 tweet, coming to Corvallis after two seasons as the Coordinator of Soccer Operations at Mississippi State. Siudzinski also spent time as a graduate assistant at Ashland University in Ohio before taking the position at Mississippi State.

Siudzinski played college soccer from 2012 – 2015 at the University of Toledo, where she scored five goals and added 12 assists across 80 career appearances.