Women's Soccer Coaching Staff
Head Women's Soccer Coach
Entering her second season, MSC head women's soccer coach Cortney Wiesler is continuing to develop the culture it takes to build a successful program from the ground up. In doing so, fans have had an opportunity to see the team grow before their very eyes as the program begins its second season in program history.
Wiesler joined the Murray State College coaching staff in 2015 after spending the six years at the NCAA DI level. Wiesler was the Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach at Creighton University in 2014 and before that she served as the Director of Soccer Operations at the University of Kentucky from 2009 to 2014.
At Creighton University, Coach Wiesler helped lead the team to the best start in program history. During her time there she developed midfielders and forwards through technical and tactical training; assisted the head coach in devising game strategies and developed daily training sessions. Coach Wiesler was also responsible for game and opponent scouts and film during the season. While at Creighton she implemented a sport-specific injury prevention and regeneration program as well as an in-season nutrition plan.
Coach Wielser spent 5 years at the University of Kentucky as the Director of Soccer Operations. Aside from her operations duties she lead the way in the world of sport science by developing a sport specific injury prevention and regeneration program using the latest scientific research. She was responsible for the student-athlete’s over all well-being using the latest advanced technology. By using programs like Polar, Ithlete, and Prozone 3, Wiesler was able to closely monitor the student-athletes peek performance. She also developed an in-season nutrition plan and a secondary supplement plan. Wiesler was directly responsible organizing and directing Kentucky Soccer Camps while at UK.
Wiesler also currently serves as a coach for the United States Soccer Federation Region III Olympic Development Program. She also served as a Kentucky ODP State coach in 2013.
Coach Wiesler earned a masters degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion in 2009 at the University of Kentucky and graduated from West Virginia University in 2007 with a bachelors degree in Athletic Coaching Education.
She played soccer for the Golden Bears of West Virginia University Tech, where she earned All-Mid-South Conference honors while serving as a team captain from 2005-07. Wiesler graduated from Hempfield High School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania where she helped to win the 2000 state championship.
She is married to Marty Wiesler who is the Ardmore Recreation Director and they reside in Ardmore, OK.