Head coach Sandy Lagana has announced three new additions to the women's soccer coaching staff for this fall.
Cody Pearson will join the staff as a graduate assistant for both the men's and women's program while Brian Boussy will bring his experience to the staff, working with the goalkeepers in both programs.
Claire Woolley will also remain on the Hill, moving from the field to the sidelines as an assistant on Lagana's staff.
Pearson recently graduated from York (Pa.) with a bachelor of science in sport management and a minor in applied youth development and concentration in athletic administration.
Pearson holds his is U.S. Soccer "E" Coaching License and has worked for three summers on the Spartan Soccer Academy and Team Camp at York. He also served as a staff coach at DMV Soccer, LLC in Hyattsville, Md., coaching more than 400 players between the ages of 7 and 16.
Following a successful playing career, Pearson served as a volunteer assistant during spring practices for the Spartan team.
A team captain as a senior, Pearson contributed nine goals and 14 assists over his career and was part of four Capital Athletic Conference championships. He was a first-team all-conference selection as a junior.
Boussy joins the Green Terror staff with more than 15 years of experience coaching goalkeepers. A four-year standout keeper at Boston College, he has local roots. The Eagle from 1989-92 still ranks second all-time in saves (323), third in minutes played (5,453), fourth in wins (27) and eighth in shutouts (11).
Boussy recorded 48 career shutouts as the varsity goalkeeper at Oakland Mills high school, winning three state championships in the process. He earned all-metro and all-state accolades and was named the Baltimore Sun and Washington Post Player of the Year.
Boussy holds his U.S. Soccer "C" License and NSCAA National Goalkeeping Diploma.
Woolley remains a part of the Green Terror after being a four-year starter on defense. A two-time captain, Woolley anchored a defense that turned in 12 shutouts over her time on the field.
Following her senior year, Woolley received the Charles Havens award.