To produce vocal and confident female goalkeepers in order to trust their ability to make the save and direct their team from the back. Each session will be held in small groups (1:5 coach to player ratio) to create a competitive and constructive learning atmosphere. Curriculum will include: Footwork, Technical, Hands, Positioning, Diving and Confidence- play or shot stop.
Mick Supple is an Albuquerque native and attended Albuquerque Academy, where she helped the Chargers to five consecutive girls soccer state championships as an all-state goalkeeper. She is currently the University of New Mexico women's soccer director of operations. Supple comes to UNM after graduating as Valedictorian at Arkansas State in the spring, completing her degree in exercise science with a 4.0 GPA.
She came to Arkansas State to play goalkeeper, but after being named medically exempt due to concussions, she served as an undergraduate assistant coach for the program during the rest of her tenure. In her final season, she served as the goalkeeper coach for the team with the starting keeper being named second-team all-conference.
Tayler Hammack is a former goalkeeper at UNM 2015-2017. Before UNM, Tayler played at NMSU for two years. Tayler did not play her last semester of soccer due to injury. Instead, she helped train UNM goalkeepers, Emily Johnson and Malia Vanisi.
Tayler has been doing private goalkeeping sessions the past 2 years. Tayler focuses on building confidence in goalkeepers through technical and competitive sessions. She holds her E-license and is planing on furthering her education. Tayler coaches at LEAD because it provides an atmosphere that places the players as a center focus.