Warren Wilson Owls
    2016 Women's Soccer
    Record: 4-9 Home: 2-5 Away: 2-4 Neutral: 0-0
    Women's Soccer Coaches
    Lydia Vandenbergh Image

    B.S. Clemson University - Computer Science
    M.S. Georgia Southern University - Kinesiology

    Contact Information
    Phone:  828-771-3046
    E-mail:  [email protected]


    Vandenbergh brings a wealth of knowledge to the game after having a successful professsional playing career. Vandenbergh most recently played for the Chicago Red Stars in 2010, 2011, and 2013 in the NWSL. She has also played professionally in Denmark for Hjorring's Fortuna, in Australia for Central Coast and Sydney F.C and in Brazil for Santos Futebol Clube and Cotia Fustal Clube. Over the years, Vandenbergh has also competed in the W-League semi-pro leagues for the Asheville Splash and the Charlotte Eagles years totalling 8 years. Vandenbergh was a member of the 2006 Charlotte Eagles’ squad that advanced to the league semifinals. 

    Vandenbergh graduated from Clemson University where she was a three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll. She participated in the NCAA Tournament in each of her four seasons while leading the Tigers to three straight years of finishing the season ranked in the top 25 including a high of 14th in 2002. Vandenbergh appeared in 80 games over her career making 65 starts. She ended her college career starting 60 consecutive matches for the Tigers, a streak dating back to the beginning of her sophomore campaign in 2003. Vandenbergh tallied 24 points on five goals and 14 assists over her four-year college career.

    Stacey Enos Image

    B.S. University of Utah
    B.A. University of North Carolina

    Contact Information
    Phone:  828-771-3737
    E-mail:  [email protected]

    Stacey Enos is in her thirteenth year as the head women's soccer coach and athletic director at Warren Wilson College having previously coached at Utah State and Seattle University. 

    During her tenure at Warren Wilson, Enos has led the Fighting Owls women's soccer team to three USCAA National Tournament appearances in 2001, 2003, 2006, 2011 and 2012.

    Enos played at the University of North Carolina from 1982-1985 and won three straight NCAA national titles from 1982-1984 including the first ever NCAA championship awarded in women's soccer in 1982.  She played in four national championship games and was second team All-American as a senior in 1985.

    Enos was also a member of the first ever United States Women's Soccer National Team.  She was a starting defender for the 1985 and 1986 national teams having played in every minute of every game she appeared in.