Head Coach
Eddie Radwanski

Eddie Radwanski is entering his eighth season as the head coach of the Clemson women’s soccer team. Radwanski was named the 2016 Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year, the first time a Clemson coach has earned the honor since 2000.

The 2016 squad earned the second ACC Regular Championship title in program history, the first since 2000, and advanced to its third consecutive NCAA Tournament. Catrina Atanda earned All-American honors in 2016, and was one of four players to receive All-ACC Honors. The team also saw success in the classroom as Emily Byorth and Jenna Weston were named Academic All-Americans, and were two of six players to earn Academic All-ACC honors.

The Clemson women’s soccer team has continued to make great strides in the classroom under Radwanski. The Tigers recorded a cumulative team grade point average of 3.39 for the 2016-17 academic school year. It marked the 32nd consecutive semester of at least a 3.0 GPA for the program, the longest active streak among all Clemson teams. In addition, the Clemson women’s soccer program has earned the now United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award twelve times, all of Radwanski’s teams have earned the award. He has had 20 players named to the All-ACC Academic team since the 2013 season. Three players have earned Academic All-American honors, Emily Byorth earning the honor twice.

Prior to arriving at Clemson, Radwanski spent 10 seasons as the head coach at UNC Greensboro, where he amassed a 139-65-13 record and led the Spartans to five NCAA tournament appearances during his tenure. The Spartans, who concluded the 2010 season with a 19-2-1 record, were ranked 10th in the nation according to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America final regular season poll. That year, Radwanski was named the association’s Southeast Region Coach of the Year.

The Spartans won the Southern Conference regular season and/or tournament championship eight of Radwanski’s 10 seasons, and the team earned the NSCAA Team Academic Award every year from 2001-2010. In his 10 years at UNC Greensboro, Radwanski coached 19 NSCAA Regional All-Americans, 46 All-Southern Conference selections, five SoCon Freshmen of the Year, five SoCon Players of the Year and four SoCon Tournament Most Valuable Players. He was a three-time SoCon Coach of the Year, in 2006, 2007 and 2008.

Radwanski’s women’s soccer coaching experience includes nine seasons (2002-2010) as coach of the 1994 Region III Olympic Development Program Team. In addition, Radwanski spent one season as the head coach of the Piedmont Spark, which won the 1999 W-League regular season national championship under his watch. He was also the head coach and coaching director for the Twisters Soccer Club of Greensboro for three years from 1996-1999.

Prior to coaching, Radwanski played four seasons at UNC Greensboro from 1981-1984 and was captain of the school’s NCAA Division III men’s soccer national championship teams in 1982 and 1983. Radwanski, a two-time All-American, was inducted into the UNC Greensboro Hall of Fame in 2000.

Radwanski played five seasons for the Carolina Dynamo from 1993-1998 and helped the team win U.S. Interregional Soccer League national titles in 1993 and 1994. He was named the USISL MVP and national finals MVP in 1993.

A member of the U.S. National Team Pool from 1985-92, Radwanski made five starts for the National Team in 1985. He also played with the World Cup, Olympic, World University and National Indoor teams in the 1980s and early 1990s.

Radwanski earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from UNC Greensboro in 1997. He holds a United States Soccer Federation “A” coaching license, as well as an NSCAA Premier Diploma. Radwanski and his wife, Stephanie, have one daughter, Logan.

Associate Head Coach
Jeff Robbins

Jeff Robbins is entering his eighth season as an assistant coach on Eddie Radwanski’s Tiger staff. Prior to coming to Clemson, Robbins spent four seasons on Radwanski’s staff at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Robbins was the first assistant at UNC Greensboro from 2008-2010 and was a volunteer assistant in 2007, during which time the Spartans won four consecutive Southern Conference regular season titles, advanced to the NCAA Tournament two times and achieved a national ranking as high as 10th (in the 2010 final regular season poll). During his time with the Spartan program, Robbins maintained many responsibilities, including the organization of team travel, office management, monitoring academic progress, recruiting and player evaluation, scouting, team training, coaching and game planning.

Prior to his time at UNC Greensboro, Robbins spent eight years as the Executive Director & Director of Coaching for the Women's Spokane Shadow Youth Soccer Club in Spokane, WA. During this time from 2000-2007, he was responsible for the oversight of the entire club structure.

From 1997-2006, Robbins was General Manager of the United Soccer League's Spokane Shadow, after playing and serving as Director of Operations for the team in 1995 and 1996. He was inducted in the USL's Hall of Fame in 2004 and earned the league's Executive-of-the-Year Award in 2000.

Robbins was a four-year starter at NAIA schools Westmont College (Santa Barbara, CA) and Whitworth University (Spokane, WA) and was a member of two NAIA Conference Championship teams. He graduated from Whitworth University in 1995 with a bachelor of arts degree in political science.

Robbins holds advanced coaching licenses from USSF and NSCAA, and also has earned a USSF National Youth License and an NSCAA goalkeeping license.

Assistant/Goalkeeper Coach
Siri Mullinix

Siri Mullinix is entering her eighth season as an assistant coach for the Tigers. Mullinix was an All-American goalkeeper at North Carolina, as well as an Olympic silver medalist and a FIFA Women's World Cup bronze medalist as a goalkeeper for the U.S. National Team in 2000 and 2003, respectively.

Mullinix is also the goalkeeper's coach for the U.S. Under-18 Women's National Team and spent part of June 2012 at the U-18 youth national team camp at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA. The purpose of the team is to serve as a transitional period for girls who have the potential to make up the nucleus of the future U-20 National Team and represent America in the U-20 Women's World Cup. Through international competition and team practices, the girls of the U-18 National Team are critiqued, observed, and given chances to prove their potential.

Prior to joining the Clemson coaching staff, Mullinix spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Virginia Commonwealth University. Prior to working with the Ram program, Mullinix was an assistant coach under Clemson Head Coach Eddie Radwanski at UNC Greensboro from 2005-2008. Her responsibilities at VCU and UNC Greensboro included recruiting, managing of administrative and travel activities and organizing and managing summer camps. She also created and executed all goalkeeper training sessions and assisted with the planning and conducting of team practices and conditioning.

Mullinix played for the U.S. National Team from 1999 to 2004. She started and played every minute in goal for the United States' team that won the Olympic silver medal in 2000. That year, she started 28 of 29 games, the most games started by a U.S. goalkeeper in a calendar year, and posted a U.S. record 15 shutouts. Mullinix also played for the U.S. National Team that won the bronze medal at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup. In addition, she was a member of the Residency Squad for the 2004 Women's Olympic Team and the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup Team.

From 2001-03, Mullinix played for the Washington Freedom of the Women's United Soccer Association (WUSA). She helped lead the Freedom to the 2003 WUSA Founder's Cup Championship and was named to the league's All-Star team that season.

Mullinix was a three-year starter in goal for the University of North Carolina, during which time the Tar Heels won two NCAA Championships (1996 and 1997) and four ACC titles (1995-98). She was named a First Team All-American and finished her career with a 0.27 goals against average, a mark that remains second-best in Tar Heel program history.

Mullinix graduated from North Carolina in 1999 with a bachelor of arts degree in exercise sport science. In 2010, she earned a masters of education degree in sport leadership at Virginia Commonwealth. Her sister, Cindy, played for the Clemson women's soccer team from 1999-2002, during which time the Tigers advanced to the NCAA Tournament four times, reaching the quarterfinals in 1999 and 2000.

Director of Operations
Julie Carlson

Julie Davis Carlson enters her first year with women's soccer after serving as the head women's soccer coach at Anderson University NCAA DII for two seasons. She served prior to Anderson as the Volunteer Assistant Coach with the Clemson women’s soccer staff for two seasons.

Prior to coming to Clemson, Carlson was the head coach at Jacksonville State from 2005-13 and at Virginia Military Institute from 2002-05. Prior to taking the head coaching job at VMI, she served as an assistant coach at Arkansas-Fayetteville (1999-2002) and Miami of Ohio (1997-1999).

Carlson currently serves as the Director of Coaching for the Clemson Anderson Soccer Alliance (CASA), where she oversees the day-to-day organization management of the entire club, oversees all coaching education and development and player training development and coaches two age group teams.

She also works as a staff coach with the US Soccer Region III Olympic Development Program, a program she has been involved with since 2001. In addition, she currently serves as a USYSA state staff coach with the South Carolina Olympic Development Program, and previously served in that role with the Alabama ODP from 2006-2010.

Carlson graduated from Wright State with a B.A. in Psychology and earned a M.S. in Sports Leadership, Parks & Recreation from VCU. She holds an A License in coaching from the United States Soccer Federation as well as an NSCAA Premier Diploma.

Our coaching staff includes Head Coach Eddie Radwanski, Associate Head Coach Jeff Robbins, and Assistant/Goalkeeping Coach Siri Mullinix. At Tiger Girl's Soccer Camp, you can expect training from many other coaches considered to be the nation’s top as well. We also often bring in former national team members, professional players, and Clemson Women's Soccer players both past and present to assist in player development.

Previous colleges attending our ID Camps have been from Longwood U.-DI, Air Force Academy-DI, Georgia State- DI, Baylor U.-DI, Limestone College- DII, Anderson U.-DII, Erskine College- DII, Newberry College-DII, UNC-Greensboro- DI