Women's Soccer Hires Manville to Assist Jones in Falcon Soccer Launch


Maggie Manville joins the Daytona State College Women’s Staff after serving as the Assistant Coach at Johnson and Wales University in Denver, Colorado. Manville joined the Wildcats staff at the beginning of the 2015 season and served as both the goalkeeper coach and academic coordinator. 

“I am excited to have the opportunity to work with Maggie. I know that she will serve as an outstanding resource for our team and her experiences will greatly aid our teams development,” stated Coach Jones. 

In addition to her duties at Johnson and Wales Manville was an active participate in the youth coaching community in Denver. She worked with the Core Goalkeeper Academy training goalkeepers of all levels. Additionally, she worked with numerous youth teams in the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Program. 

When asked about joining the program Manville stated, “I am excited to join the falcon program, where I’ll get to interact with students both on the field and in the classroom!” 

Coach Manville graduated from Eastern Michigan University where she was a four-year starting keeper for the Eagles. At EMU, Manville was named to the All-MAC Freshman team as well as was 4th in the conference in saves (94) and shutouts (6) in 2007. In 2008, the Eagles finished as runner up in the Mid-American Conference tournament. Manville finished the 2009 season first in the MAC in save percentage (0.909) and goals against (0.54). 

Manville earned her Masters of Science from Durham University where she was the starting goalkeeper. During her time at Durham she was a member of the BUCS Futsal National Champions as well as BUCS Football National Runners up.