The Ferris State University women’s soccer program announced the addition of Volunteer Assistant Coach Taylor Peacock to the staff prior to the 2018 regular season.
Peacock, who is a 2017 Graduate of the University of Kansas with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and a minor in Business, will assist Head Coach Andy McCaslin and assistant Coach Stacey McCaslin with training sessions, gameday preparations, evaluating player development on the field and in the classroom, and recruiting.
The St. Louis, Missouri native captain the University of Kansas Club Soccer team, and was a member all four years from 2013-2017. During her four years with Kansas Club Soccer, the team won their region and earned a spot in the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Associated (NIRSA) Championships. Each year, her team finished in the top fifteen nationally ranked teams.
As a prepster, Peacock played for Webster Groves High School from 2009-2013 where she helped her high school team win the Suburban South Conference Title in 2013, and was a part of back-to-back 20+ win seasons.
In club soccer, Peacock played for the Metro Strikers Soccer Club in St. Louis from 2006-2013. Over her career, Peacock mainly played outside back and outside midfielder.
Prior to Ferris State, Peacock served as a youth coach for Kansas Rush Soccer Club in Olathe, Kan., during the Spring of 2018.