Nadine Stonjek is in her first season as the volunteer assistant coach for the USC Upstate women's soccer program.
Stonjek joins the Upstate family after a four-year career at the University of Northwest Ohio. While at UNOH, Stonjek won an NAIA National Championship with the Racers in 2016. She started 69 of 81 career matches and finished with a 63-11-3 overall record and a save percentage of 78 percent. She allowed 44 goals in her career and made 156 saves.
In addition to winning a national title at UNOH in 2016, Stonjek and the Racers qualified for the NAIA National Tournament in each of her four seasons.
She broke the NAIA single-season record for goalkeeper shutouts with 20 in 2014 and is the UNOH career record holder in saves, wins, shutouts, games played, games started and minutes played. Stonjek was named an NAIA Scholar-Athlete in 2015 and was a CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team honoree in 2016.