Student Assistant Soccer Coach
Kasha Roberts begins her second season as student assistant coach for the Dakota Wesleyan women’s soccer team after a very successful four-year playing career with the Tigers.
She spent the past summer playing for the Dayton Dutch Lions FC – a soccer team in Dayton, Ohio. The Lions are a part of the United Soccer League’s W-League, and is the highest level of play for female soccer players in the U.S.
Roberts, a Rapid City, S.D. native, was a four-year starter at forward and midfield for the Tigers. She earned All-GPAC honors three times – first-team accolades in 2009 and 2010 and second-team honors in 2011. Roberts was part of the Tigers’ most successful stretch in school history, and helped DWU to an undefeated record and a berth in the NAIA National Championships in 2009.
Roberts holds the school record for goals in a season (15) and is tied for the record for goals in a career (38) and points (6) and goals (3) in a game.
Roberts is currently finishing her degree in sport, exercise and wellness at Dakota Wesleyan.