2017 Women's Soccer
Record: 7-9 Home: 5-4 Away: 2-5 AAC: 5-4
2017 Women's Soccer Coaches
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Randy Douglas
Head Coach - 17th Season
Alma Mater: Tennessee Temple University

Randy Douglas has compiled a 115-166-29 overall record through 16 seasons as head coach for the Point University Lady Skyhawks soccer program, including two region titles, two second-place and one third place finish in the NCCAA II National Tournament.


The 2017 Point team posted records of 12-5-2 overall and 8-2 in conference and placed second in the regular-standings, and Douglas was named Appalachian Athletics Conference Coach of the Year in 2016.


He has coached one AAC Player of the Year (Celly Ruiz), one NAIA All-American (Celly Ruiz), four All-AAC first team and six All-AAC second selections, 19 AAC All-Academic selections; three Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes; and 19 NCCAA Scholar Athletes.


Before becoming head women’s soccer coach at Point in 2001, he served as Point's head men’s coach when he was initially hired in 2000.


Overall, Douglas has 21 years of coaching experience at the collegiate level, coaching both men’s and women’s soccer teams.  He was the head soccer coach at Tennessee Temple University from 1993-97, winning an NCCAA Region Championship in 1993 and placing fourth at the NCCAA National Tournament that same year.


While pursuing his Master’s degree, Coach Douglas also accepted a position as an assistant coach at Bryan University and helped coach two NAIA regional championship teams as well as a conference championship team in 1998.


Douglas is a 1987 graduate of Tennessee Temple University where he finished up with a degree in Business Administration. He went on to pursue a Master’s degree in Sports Administration from the United States Sports Academy in 1999.


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Natalie Zierten
Assistant Coach - 3rd Season
Alma Mater: Trinity International University

Natalie Zierten begins her third season as assistant women's soccer coach for Point University in 2017.  Zierten attended Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois from 2005-2009, graduating Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education.


A native of Racine, Wisconsin, Zierten played midfield for the Trinity International women's soccer team for four years.  The Trojans made three appearances in the NCCAA Division I National Tournament, including a second-place finish in 2005.  Zierten captained the Trojans and was named an NCCAA Scholar-Athlete during her senior season.


After graduation, Zierten began working at Kenosha Christian Life School in Kenosha, Wisconsin. She served as the physical education teacher and assistant varsity girl's soccer coach from 2009-2015.  Zierten was also the head coach of the U-14 and U-12 Kenosha Crew girl's club soccer team during that time.


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Anahy Rangel
Student Assistant - 1st Season
Alma Mater:
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Celly Ruiz
Student Assistant - 1st Season
Alma Mater:
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Linda Rodriguez
Student Assistant - 1st Season
Alma Mater:
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Julia Rogero
Manager - 1st Season
Alma Mater: Columbus Girls' Academy