Anne Holmok has led the women’s soccer program to the postseason in all ten of her years at the helm. The team has a 107-56-10 mark during her ten years.
The Lady Pioneers have qualified for four straight trips to the USCAA National Championships. In 2013 the team advanced to the National Semifinals, in 2014 and 2015 the Lady Pioneers finished tied for 5th, and in 2016 they finished in the top eight. In the first four years of playing at the NCAA DIII level, 14 Lady Pioneers have earned USCAA All-American honors.
This followed a 2012 season in which the Lady Pioneers finished 17-2 and was ranked as high as #1 in the NJCAA Division III poll. Four Lady Pioneers were named All-Region and seven were named All-WNYAC. During the team's 17-game winning streak the blue & gold outscored opponents 69 to 5.
Holmok coached at Alfred State from 1990 to 1992 before moving to coach at the high school level. At the high school level she has coached soccer at Scio Central School and track & field at both Scio and Alfred Almond Central School. During that time she was also active in coaching youth travel soccer teams in the Southern Tier.
Holmok returned to college coaching in 2005 and spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Alfred University. During the summer of 2007 she served as an assistant coach for the Rochester Rhinos women’s team.
Holmok has a Bachelor of Science degree in Heath Care Administration/Business Administration from Alfred University. She is also a member of the NSCAA and holds a NYS coaching certificate.
Holmok also coaches track & field, including serving as interim head coach in 2017, and teaches physical education classes.
Overall Alfred State Record (2nd stint): 107-56-10 (39-29-4 NCAA DIII)
Updated June 2017