Erin Schneiderhan recently graduated from Augustana University in Sioux Falls, SD where she played for four years for the Vikings as a defender.
As a senior, she played in 22 games while starting 21 games and logged 1,412 minutes of game time on a Viking defense that posted 11 shutouts. She tallied two assists on the season and was named to the Fall NSIC All-Academic Team.
At Chanhassen High School in Chanhassen, MN she was a three-year starter and letter winner … All-Conference her Junior and Senior year… Academic All-Conference her senior year … Minn. section runner-up her senior year … part of a defense that helped the team to a 13-3-3 record her senior year.
About Coach Erin:
“I’ve worked at RCG Media and Advertising for a little over a year. I studied and played soccer at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, SD. Outside of work, anyone can find me trying every ice cream and coffee shop in Omaha! I grew up in Minnesota, so I like to explore all that Omaha has to offer!”
How did you get into soccer?
My parents put me in soccer when I was four years old, according to my dad I said no to joining every other sport. I guess my four year old self just knew how much soccer would mean to me!
What do you like about the Wolves?
I love the passion that everyone I’ve met has for soccer and for making each practice/game the best experience for all of the players.
Who is your favorite soccer player of all-time?
My favorite soccer player is my friend Gabriella. She taught me how to be the best teammate and most driven player on the field. We’ve been lucky enough to be teammates multiple times over the years.
What is your favorite thing about soccer?
The relationships I’ve been able to form throughout the years and the endless lessons the sport has taught me.
How many consecutive juggles can you do?
Not many, my previous coaches and teammates can back me up that juggling has never been my strength! I’ll get practicing!
What is your favorite part of working with kids?
I love seeing the energy and enthusiasm they put into every single soccer movement.