Orlando Pride names Amanda Cromwell as the newest head coach


Orlando Pride has announced Amanda Cromwell as the club’s newest head coach.

Cromwell joins the National Women’s Soccer League after a very successful 25-year coaching career in the collegiate ranks.

“We are pleased to welcome Amanda Cromwell as the new head coach of Orlando Pride. After an extensive search process, Amanda’s tremendous accomplishments and experience as head coach of one of the most respected women’s college football programs in the country stood out,” said Mark Wilf, owner and chairman for Pride.

“We are fortunate to be able to add Amanda’s track record of success in developing national, professional and collegiate outstanding successes, and her commitment and passion for the women’s football game to our club. We are confident that Amanda will be a fantastic leader for Pride going forward.”

Cromwell joins the Florida NWSL side of the collegiate powerhouse University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), where she led the Bruins to the 2013 NCAA Championship, three College Cup appearances, seven Sweet 16 appearances and four Pac-12 team titles.

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The native Annandale, Va. compiled a coaching record of 356-126-44 (0.680 winning percentage).

“I’m grateful to the Wilf family and the entire Orlando Pride organization for the opportunity to be the next head coach of Orlando Pride. I’m proud to lead this amazing group of players and be part of a world – class club. NWSL is a natural transition for me at this point in my career and I am happy to return to the football community in Central Florida, says Cromwell.

“At the same time, I am grateful for the nine fantastic years I have spent as head coach at UCLA, supported by my players on the pitch, coaches by my side and an administration dedicated to competitive excellence. I have a heavy heart when I leave the players and coaches , but I know the future is bright. ”

As a player, Cromwell won 55 international matches with the American women’s national team in 1991-98, where she was also a member of the 1995 bronze medal team and a deputy in the 1996 gold medal team at the Olympic Games in Atlanta.

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