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Gill Elevated to Women’s Soccer Recruiting Coordinator

by | Aug 2, 2021

Davidson Women’s Soccer just announced a promotion for assistant coach Meghan Gill.


Davidson women’s soccer head coach Adam Denton likes the continuity and consistency of his coaching staff, but he’s tweaking a few things as well, including elevating assistant coach Meghan Gill to recruiting coordinator.

Already the lead assistant coach, Gill is entering her fourth season with the Wildcats this fall, having helped the program to a 15-12-6 record the past two seasons and a berth in the Atlantic 10 final in the 2020-21 spring season.

“She’s continued to add to the program,” said Denton. “Over the past 12 to 18 months, recruitment obviously changed, and Meghan did a fantastic job of continuing to put things in place to help in the recruitment of 2022s and 2023s as we continue the direction of the program. We’re excited that Meghan is a part of the program, and we’re excited for the future.”

Gill came to Davidson in June, 2018 after serving two years as head coach at Davis & Elkins College in West Virginia, where she helped the Senators reach the NCAA postseason for the first time in 2016.

Gill played five seasons at Penn State, where she played in 42 games as a midfielder/defender and helped the Nittany Lions to five straight Big Ten regular season titles and NCAA Tournament appearances. She was a three-time All-Academic Big Ten selection and earned one All-Big Ten Second Team honor.

Errin Stanton remains with the program as goalkeepers coach. The former Pfeiffer University standout and pro is entering his third season with the Wildcats.

Earlier this summer, Madison See ’16, formerly the director of operations, left the program after nearly a decade to work in the private sector. Her duties are being split among the remaining staff.

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