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Sarah Stanczyk joined the DePaul women's soccer staff as an assistant coach on Feb. 10, 2014 after working as a volunteer assistant coach at Michigan for two seasons and helping the Wolverines record a combined record of 34-9-4 with an NCAA Quarterfinals and NCAA Sweet 16 appearance.
A native of Grosse Pointe, Mich., Stanczyk played for Michigan in the 2009 and 2010 seasons after beginning her collegiate playing career at Connecticut. Primarily a defender, Stanczyk played in 37 matches (35 starts) during her two years, scoring one goal and recording an assist.
She was an Academic All-Big Ten selection in 2010, and two-time recipient of the U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award. Stanczyk graduated with a degree in brain behavior and cognitive science. She has a master's degree in exercise physiology/sports psychology from Eastern Michigan.
After graduating from Michigan, Stanczyk played semipro soccer with Indiana FC before injuries ended her career. She has volunteered at various Michigan summer camps, and coached with the Olympic Development Program (ODP) and at Ann Arbor's Pioneer High School.
At Grosse Pointe South High School, Stanczyk was a three-time All-State, All-Region and All-Conference selection, and the MAC-Red Conference MVP in 2007. The three-time Grosse Point South captain also played club soccer with the Bloomfield Force '89 Premier (2001-08), and was a member of the Michigan state ODP '89 team (2003-07) and Region II ODP team pool (2003-04).