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Hannah Matlack

Coach & Mental Health Trainer

Hannah Matlack is an assistant coach for the women’s soccer program at Babson College, co-director of the soccer program at Berkshire Soccer Academy, and a former center back for Dickinson College. Hannah grew up in Needham, MA, where she played for Global Premier Soccer as well as for the varsity girl’s soccer team at Noble and Greenough School, where she helped her team to win three ISL championships and an NEPSAC championship during her time in high school. Hannah went on to play center back at Dickinson College, where she started all 64 games she played in her college career, earning All-Conference recognition from 2012-2015, All-Region recognition from 2013-2015, and was elected team MVP by her teammates all four years. In 2018, Hannah was named to the Centennial Conference Silver Anniversary Team, honoring the best players across the conference in the past 25 players.

After Dickinson, Hannah went on to become head coach of the varsity girl’s soccer team at New Hampton School where she focused on developing leadership and team dynamics through communication, high-paced sessions, and positivity. In 2019, Hannah moved to Scotland to pursue a Masters in Sport Psychology at the University of Stirling. There, she played for the Stirling University Women’s Soccer Team as well as the Stirling University Ladies’ Football Club which competed in the Scottish Women’s Premier League. As part of her Masters, Hannah spent time teaching mental skills to the Men’s and Women’s volleyball teams to improve their coping mechanisms for competition anxiety and consistent performance, and helped the teams to develop leadership in multiple roles and empowerment through communication. She focused her dissertation on women’s leadership in sport, a topic which she is passionate about and looks forward to applying at Summit Soccer Academy!

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Hannah Matlack
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