Iowa Wesleyan Hires Dr. Sophia Adams to Take Over Women’s Soccer Program

Iowa Wesleyan- Dr. Sofia Adams will be the 9th head coach of the women’s soccer program. Dr. Adams comes from Mid-Prairie High School, where she was the assistant coach for the boy’s team for the past nine seasons, helping the team earn three substate appearances and a runner-up finish. Adams earned her doctorate in naturopathic medicine and represented Iowa’s Olympic Development Program for eight years. Additionally, she also has experience playing Division I soccer at Western Illinois University. Coach Adams is looking to compete and be in national contention,

“I have always had such respect for Iowa Wesleyan, as I have multiple family members who attended the university over the years.  I am very much looking forward to the upcoming soccer season and continuing the momentum we had last year.”

Coach Adams will be taking over a program that won 8 games last year and finished 5th in conference, their most since the 2011-2012 season. Key returners will be Jacqueline Campos and Baylee Alvarado. Campos finished the year with 3 goals and 1 assist, while Alvarado scored 5 goals and added an assist.