|Alma Mater:||Mount St. Mary's|
Gosselin is in his fifth season at the helm of the Mount women's soccer program. Last year, the Mount had an outstanding non-conference mark before injuries hampered the team in NEC play.
In 2010, the Mount posted a 6-11-2 overall record and a 4-5-1 mark in the Northeast Conference last year. The six overall wins were the most by a Mount team since the 2003 squad finished 6-9-2. The four NEC wins marked the most by a Mount team since 2002. The Mount also went 4-3-2 on the road, marking the first time in program history the team has had a winning record away from home.
Prior to coming to the Mount, Gosselin, a 1991 graduate of the Mount, spent three seasons as head coach of McDaniel College. Gosselin was an assistant coach on the Mount St. Mary's men's staff from 2002-04.
In his first season at the Mount, Gosselin led his squad to a 5-13-0 record, including a 3-6-0 mark in the Northeast Conference. The team set a school record with four road victories and the three NEC wins were the most by a Mount team since 2002.
Gosselin spent nine seasons as head coach at Wyomissing High School in Pennsylvania. He was named Berks County (Pa.) Coach of the Year after guiding Wyomissing to a County Championship in 1996. He had nine consecutive winning seasons at Wyomissing. He also assisted the boy's soccer team at Wyomissing, playing an integral role in their 1994 State Championship and 1996 appearance in the State Finals.
Following his tenure at Wyomissing, Gosselin spent two seasons as a men's assistant at Alvernia College in Reading, Pa., before returning to assist the men's team at his alma mater in Emmitsburg, Md. Gosselin's father, Thomas, is a 1964 graduate of the Mount, and his wife, Jennifer, is a 1991 graduate of the Mount.
|Alma Mater:||Mount St. Mary's|
Miller is in her first season as an assistant coach at the Mount after a stellar four-year playing career.
Miller was named Second Team All-Northeast Conference last year after playing every minute in goal for the season. Miller posted a 1.39 goals against average, 111 saves and four shutouts to cap her record-breaking career. Miller is the school's all-time leader in saves (430), wins (18), shutouts (11), games played (71) and started (69) by a goalkeeper and minutes played by a keeper (6275). She is fifth all-time at the Mount with a career .768 save percentage and a 1.86 goals against average.
Miller became the eighth player and fourth goalkeeper in school history to earn All-Conference honors. She is the first Mount player to earn All-NEC since goalkeeper Anna Lebo was named First Team All-Conference in both 2006 and 2007.
|Position:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
Stack is in his fifth season as the assistant coach of the Mount's women soccer program after spending two years as an assistant coach at McDaniel College. In addition to soccer, Stack serves as the Mount's Coordinator of Support Services for Student Athletes.
Prior to his two-year stint at McDaniel, Stack was an assistant coach on the Mount St. Mary's men's staff from 2002-04.
On the field, Stack works primarily with the defenders while he assists with overall team management including recruiting and fundraising activities off the field. The Mount's first two recruiting classes since Tom Gosselin has taken over have been ranked in the top five in the Northeast Conference according to Soccer Buzz.
Stack has been highly involved with youth soccer programs in Maryland. He spent four seasons as an MSYSA DDP Staff coach in the West and Central West Regions. He has worked with and trained a number of clubs in Maryland including FC Frederick, Soccer Association of Columbia, Westminster Wolves, and the Westminster Soccer Association
Stack is Co-Founder and Director of Marketing of GFS Management, LLC. GFS is a sports marketing and business development company that is dedicated to helping its clients achieve success through soccer.
A native, of Blue Bell Pa., Stack graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a Sports Management Concentration from the Mount in 2002 and in 2009 received a Masters of Business Administration from the Mount.