Former Bulldog Chelsea Davis begins her first year as an assistant coach for the Fresno State women's soccer team under head coach Brian Zwaschka.
Prior to joining the Fresno State coaching staff at the end of August, Davis served as the head coach for the U20's team at the University of Sydney.
Davis started her coaching career at Southeastern Louisiana University in 2010 as a volunteer assistant coach. She then served as an assistant coach at the Academy of Art University from 2010-11. While at the Academy of Art, Davis earned her master's degree in multimedia communications.
After coaching for two years, Davis had the opportunity to play soccer professionally for the Bollstanas in Sweden during the summer of 2012. She started every game in the Division I Norra Svealand League and also assisted the team as the player/coach.
The California native then returned to United States where she served as an assistant coach at the College of Marin and a trainer and coach for the San Francisco Glens Club team.
Davis played soccer collegiate Division I soccer from 2004-08. She spent her freshman season at the University of Houston and then her final three years at Fresno State. As a Bulldog she competed in the Western Athletic Conference championship every year, taking home the WAC title in 2005. She played in 42 games while at Fresno State, and finished her senior season with five goals.
While at Fresno State, Davis earned her bachelor's degree in communications in May of 2009.
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