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Casey Curoe is in her fifth season as the women's head soccer coach at Waldorf College.
Curoe started her college coaching career at Waldorf in 2010 as the men’s and women’s assistant soccer coach. In 2011, Curoe was promoted to the head women’s soccer coach.
Last season, the Warriors posted a 7-11-1 record and earned third in the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) standings with a 4-2 league mark behind four conference shutouts.
During the 2013 fall season, Curoe led to the team to multiple milestones, including the best overall record and highest conference tournament seed in school history.
In 2005, Curoe began her soccer coaching career at Linn-Mar High School as a varsity assistant and then became the head varsity coach at Anamosa High School in 2010. While maintaining her soccer coaching career, in 2007 she began as an athletic recruiter and sports performance coach at Velocity Sports Performance.
Curoe graduated from Cornell College in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in kinesiology. She was a four-year collegiate soccer player for NCAA Division III Cornell College. During Curoe’s college career, she was No. 1 in assists in 2004 and Defender of the Year in 2007.
Curoe currently resides in Forest City with her husband, Cameron. She holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) License and is CPR/first aid certified.
Alexandria Jackson begins her second year as assistant coach of the Waldorf College women's soccer team.
Jackson was a four-year collegiate soccer player for NCAA Division I Northwestern State University. During her career, she finished her freshman year with three starts and appeared in 19 matches for a total of 990 minutes as a forward. Jackson ranked first on the team with four game-winning goals. After battling an injury as s sophomore, Jackson saw action and started in 10 games while logging 700 minutes. In her junior season, Jackson appeared in 16 matches and started 15 times to accumulate more than 1,000 minutes of play. During that season, Jackson played a key role in the Lady Demon backline. As a senior, Jackson started and played in all 19 matches for a total of 1,715 minutes. Playing a pivotal defensive role, she assisted on two goals.
As a high school student, Jackson participated in a program which sent her to play soccer in Germany during the summers.
Jackson graduated from Northwestern State in 2014 with a bachelor’s of science degree in health and exercise science.