CLEVELAND, Ohio - Reilee DuPratt, who spent last season as a graduate assistant at Lake Erie College following a highly successful playing career at Edinboro, has joined the Cleveland State women's soccer staff as an assistant coach.
Head coach Dallas Boyer made the announcement on Tuesday morning.
"I'm really excited to have the opportunity to add Reilee to our staff," Boyer said. "She's a 'soccer junkie' and loves to talk about the game as much as Carl and I, making her a perfect fit in our environment. As a player and now as a coach, her work ethic and commitment level are immediately noticeable and she's already built a great rapport with the players.
A native of Olmsted Falls, Ohio, DuPratt excelled as a defender at Edinboro from 2012-15, earning four letters. She appeared in 82 career matches with 66 starts, totaling one goal and three assists in her career. DuPratt was a key component of the Fighting Scots backline over her four years, helping the team to a 50-25-8 record which included 27 shutouts.
A CoSIDA Academic All-American as a senior, DuPruitt helped Edinboro to three NCAA tournament appearances, including a spot in the Sweet 16 her senior year.