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Jennifer DePrez Spiker

Jennifer DePrez Spiker


At Rochester:

  • A decorated soccer player who reached the NCAA National Championship game and Regional finals with the team during her career
  • Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team in 1991
  • Earned All-Conference honors in 1991 and 1993
  • Two-time New York State All-State selection and an All-Northeast Region athlete
  • Rochester Press-Radio Club, Female College Athlete of the Year Runner-up in 1991
  • Came to Rochester after playing at Monroe Community College earning a number of accolades there, including a National Championship, National Player of the Year, and All-American honors


  • Continued her playing career with the USWISL Rochester Ravens Semi-Professional Team in their inaugural season
  • Served as an assistant soccer coach at Rochester for a year before going on to West Virginia Wesleyan College in that same role
  • Following a season there, Spiker spent the next 11 years on staff at West Virginia University
  • Received the AFLAC National Assistant Coach of the Year Award in 2003
  • Has also coached on the Region 1 staff of the Olympic Development Program
  • Has been inducted into the Hilton Central High School Sports Hall of Fame as well as the Monroe Community College Sports Hall of Fam. 
  • Earned her Master’s from West Virginia University in 2004
  • Currently a volunteer assistant coach with the Army Women's Soccer program
  • She and her husband Zach reside in West Point, New York on the campus of the United States Military Academy. They have three children, Charlie, Tucker and Henry.