Stephanie Wolf was chosen on Friday as one of two co-head coaches for the Manitowoc Lincoln girls soccer team. Current Ships JV boys coach, Emily Stanke, will also share coaching duties.
Wolf has coached high school soccer at both Wausau East and Sheboygan Falls High Schools and is currently the community impact coordinator for the Manitowoc Chapter of the United Way. She graduated from Kenosha Bradford and then played collegiately at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point where she was a four-year letter winner and team captain.
“We are extremely fortunate and excited to have Stephanie join our coaching staff at Lincoln and lead our girls soccer program,” said Lincoln athletic director John Johnson via press release. “She has a great background in soccer, coming from a strong program at Kenosha Bradford and a nationally recognized program at UW-Stevens Point.”
Wolf replaces Carl Sieracki who stepped down last season after leading the Ships for 13 seasons.
“I’m super excited to get started at Manitowoc Lincoln and lead the Ships Program,” said Wolf via press release.