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Bartlinski Named Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach At Clemson

March 29, 2000

CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson Women’s Soccer Coach Ray Leone announced the hiring of Colleen Bartlinski as an assistant coach Wednesday afternoon. She will assist Leone in the absence of Tracey Leone while she is on leave with the National Team.

Bartlinski will help in all areas of the program, coaching, recruiting, and game promotions.

Bartlinski comes to Clemson from Brevard College, (NC) where she has been the assistant coach since 1994. During her time at Brevard College, the team won two National Junior College Championships while remaining undefeated. During the two National Championship seasons, Brevard set six national records. They broke the records for fewest goals allowed in a season (3), most goals scored in a season (151), most shutouts in a season (18), most wins in a season (23), and most consecutive wins (67). Her husband, Joe Bartlinski, is the head coach at Brevard and received Coach of the Year honors both seasons.

Bartlinski is a former three-time All-American at Brevard College and Berry College. She played in the W-league, as well as, overseas for the Queens Park Rangers in London,England.

“Colleen has been a winner everywhere she has been,” said Head Coach Ray Leone. “We look forward to her joining our staff.”

Bartlinski is a native of St. Louis, Missouri and earned her bachelor degree in International business.