A native of Woodinville, Brittany played for four years for Holy Names University where she received a Bachelors Degree in International Relations & English as well as a Masters Degree in English. Brittany’s youth playing career includes playing youth soccer for FC Alliance and Crossfire as well as playing for Woodinville High School. After her college playing career which included two trips to the National Tournament, Brittany briefly played semi-pro with the San Francisco Nighthawks before turning her full attention to coaching.
Brittany has coached competitive youth soccer in California and Washington for four years and her various teams achievements include and two NorCal state championships, four league titles, and two undefeated seasons as well as multiple tournament championships. Brittany’s collegiate coaching career includes rising from a Graduate Assistant at Holy Names University to associate head coach as well as a six month stint as the interim head coach for the NCAA Dll school. Brittany has her NSCAA National Diploma.
When not coaching, Brittany enjoys spending time with her Fiancé, Mike, as well as her family and friends. Brittany will be attending Seattle University School of Law. Her hobbies include, rock climbing, hiking, writing, and spending time with her two dogs. Brittany loves to play and watch soccer, especially the English Premier League and is a passionate supporter of Manchester United.