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Gonzaga Bulldogs Official Athletic Site
gozags.cstv.com, 9 Feb 2009 [cached]
Shannon Stiles
Shannon Stiles
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The first female head women's soccer coach in the history of the West Coast Conference, Shannon Stiles enters her 10th season at Gonzaga University. Stiles has the Bulldogs' program staked to be an annual contender in the WCC standings after putting together five straight winning seasons including five consecutive 10-plus win seasons, ending with last year's 12-7-1 mark. The 12 wins tied the school-record set by the 2005 squad and the six All-WCC selections are the second most in school history, one fewer than the seven players placed on the All-WCC team in 2005. In her nine seasons at Gonzaga, Stiles has coached 35 All-WCC selections, 12 All-Academic WCC selections, seven All-West Region selections and one All-American.
Stiles coached the Zags to their fourth consecutive season with 10 or more wins, going 3-4-0 in WCC play for a fifth-place finish in 2006. The season was highlighted by five Bulldogs earning All-WCC accolades.
In 2005, Stiles guided Gonzaga to its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament as the Zags posted a 12-4-4 record to earn a spot in the postseason.
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The Bulldogs' success started in 2003 as Stiles was named the WCC Coach of the Year after guiding GU to an 11-8-0 record and 3-4-0 mark in the WCC.
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Her sophomore season of 1990 the Broncos advanced to the NCAA Tournament semifinals, with Stiles scoring the only goal in Santa Clara's loss to the University of Connecticut. She was named the team's Most Improved Player that year.
During her junior season, Stiles was the fourth-leading scorer for the Broncos, registering three goals and an assist for seven points. Stiles had the game-winning goal against the University of California in the 70th minute giving the Broncos a 1-0 win.
She capped her career as a senior in 1992 leading Santa Clara in assists with six. The Broncos advanced to the NCAA Tournament semifinals for the third time in her four-year career. Stiles earned All-Far West recognition after landing on the All-WCC second-team. She was also named Santa Clara's Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Following graduation from Santa Clara in 1993, she was a volunteer assistant coach at Washington State University in 1993 and the junior varsity coach at Spokane's Ferris High for both boys and girls from 1996-97. In the fall of 1997, Stiles joined the Gonzaga women's soccer program for the first time, serving as an assistant coach on Ric Grenell's staff.
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In 1998, Stiles re-joined the high school ranks serving as the head girl's coach at Spokane's Lewis and Clark High School where she also taught chemistry.
Stiles accepted her first collegiate head coaching job in January of 1999, replacing interim coach Julie Polsin.
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Stiles made an immediate impact on the Gonzaga program, guiding the Bulldogs to a 7-13-0 campaign and sole possession of seventh place in the WCC.
On Oct. 31, 2002, Stiles became the Bulldogs' career coaching leader in victories as she collected her 16th career win with a 1-0 victory over the University of Idaho.
West Coast Conference Official Athletics Site - Women's Soccer
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January 20, 2009 - Gonzaga Head Women's Soccer Coach Shannon Stiles Announces Retirement November 29, 2008 - Pilots Drop Hard-Fought Quarterfinals Match at Stanford, 1-0
The Gonzaga Bulldogs Official Athletic Site
gozags.collegesports.com, 27 Feb 2006 [cached]
Gonzaga head coach Shannon Stiles has announced the signing of four players for the 2006 season.Gonzaga head coach Shannon Stiles has announced the signing of four players for the 2006 season.
2/10/06Women's Soccer Adds Four Players For 2006Gonzaga University head women's soccer coach Shannon Stiles has announced the addition of four new players for the 2006 season.
Gonzaga / Skyhawks Summer Girl's Soccer Camp - GONZAGA OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE
www.gozags.com, 14 June 2010 [cached]
Shannon Stiles (Head Women's Soccer Coach - Gonzaga University)
Head Women's Soccer Coach Shannon ...
gozags.cstv.com, 14 Jan 2009 [cached]
Head Women's Soccer Coach Shannon Stiles Announces Retirement
Stiles retires as the program's all-time winningest coach.
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Stiles retires with a program best 79 wins in her 10 years at Gonzaga.
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Head Women's Soccer Coach Shannon Stiles Announces Retirement
Three Zags Earn All-WCC Honors, Jones Named To First Team
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SPOKANE, Wash. - Gonzaga University women's soccer head coach Shannon Stiles announced Wednesday her retirement from head coaching.
Stiles, who just completed her 10th season as the head coach of the Bulldogs, plans to focus her time on her husband and three children.
"Shannon Stiles is a tremendous person who brought an unbelievable wealth of soccer knowledge to Gonzaga," said Mike Roth, Bulldog Director of Athletics.
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"We thank Shannon for all she has done and wish her the best."
The first female head women's soccer coach in the history of the West Coast Conference, Stiles led the Zags to a 7-10-3 overall record this past fall, 2-4-1 in the West Coast Conference. Her record at Gonzaga is 79-103-11 over the past 10 seasons.
"I have been able to pursue my passion for 10 years," stated Stiles.
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Stiles has strung together six straight winning seasons, including winning 10-plus games in five of the last six years. In her 10 years at the helm, Stiles has coached 38 All-WCC selections, 12 All-Academic selections, seven All-West Region selections and one All-American.
Maybe her most memorable moment of her career was guiding Gonzaga to its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2005 as the Zags posted a 12-4-4 record to earn their spot in the postseason.
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A native of Spokane, Stiles played collegiately for Santa Clara University. At SCU, she helped her teams advance to three College Cups in 1989, 1990 and 1992. Her sophomore season of 1990 the Broncos advanced to the NCAA Tournament semifinals, with Stiles scoring the only goal in Santa Clara's loss to the University of Connecticut.
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