Playing For UT Tyler Women's Soccer


Prospective Athletes (Recruit Questionnaire)


Why women's soccer at UT Tyler?

The UT Tyler Women’s soccer team has been working to build a legacy since it began first began; founded on working hard, having fun, and being a family.  The Patriots have amassed a record of 232-96-21, with UT Tyler has been to the ASC tournament in the past nine seasons (each season since being eligible to participate) and having earned a spot in 5 ASC tournament finals and the last 2 NCAA National Tournaments and just became ASC regular season champions for the first time in 2015!

Since Coach Stefani Webb became the UT Tyler Women’s soccer head coach in 2005, the team has gone on to produce incredible women/athletes both on and off the field. Coach Webb was presented the ASC Coach of the Year award in 2012, ASC Co-Coach of the year award in 2014, ASC Coach of the year and NSCAA Regional coach of the year in 2015.

In all, 45 Patriot players have been recognized as NSCAA All-region players, 73 All- Conference players, and 3 All- American award winners as well as being recognized academically with 110 academic All-Conference players in the programs history, and receiving the NSCAA Team Academic award the past 7 years.  UT Tyler women’s soccer is also the first and only DIII program in the country to produce a professional player in Chestley Strother, currently playing for the Houston Dash.

What makes UT Tyler such a unique place to play is its commitment to not only being successful athletes, but the coaches and players’ dedication to creating and becoming successful athletes and women. The team is considered to be a family for life and is extremely active on campus and in the community as they look to give back to those who make this program and school all that it is.

The Recruiting Process

Our goal in the recruiting process is to find top-level players who fit our culture as young women committed to growth, doing the right thing at all times, and meet the university and team’s academic standards. It is an important process for both you as a student/athlete and for us as we try to help you make the best possible decision.  Here are some suggestions to help you in the process:

Make a visit to campus. You can schedule a visit through the admissions website by following this link, Once you have made an appointment to tour campus make sure to send Coach Cronan an email ( so she can set up an opportunity for you to meet with on campus advising, players and coaches.

Make a trip to see us play. It is very helpful to get an idea of what the level and speed of play is like, as well as our team’s style and family environment surrounding the game. See the following link for our schedule:

Make a highlight tape. We cannot make it out to all tournaments and games as much as we would like to.  So sending us a quick highlight video can help us in evaluating your ability to play at UT Tyler.

Consider attending a Summer Camp. Click here to see our camp schedule so we can get a chance to see you play in our environment.

Still think you might be interested in playing with us at UT Tyler? Fill out this FORM.