EAST LANSING, Mich. – Michigan State women’s soccer head coach Jeff Hosler announced the hiring of Allison Mack as an assistant coach.
“I’m really excited to welcome Allison to our Michigan State family,” said Hosler. “She has coached at different levels, regions and had a wide variety of roles that has all helped to develop one of the young bright minds in the game. It’s evident that she has the passion, work ethic and knowledge to add great value as we continue to elevate our program.”
Mack arrives in East Lansing after a four-year stint as an assistant women’s soccer coach at North Dakota State, where she worked with the Bison in several facets including training and scouting while heavily assisting in the recruiting process. She also helped direct youth and elite summer camps while at NDSU.
“I want to thank Jeff Hosler and Julee Burgess for the opportunity to work within an elite soccer program at Michigan State University,” said Mack. “It is clear that Jeff, Gabe, Megan, Tara, and the student-athletes have created a championship environment with ambitions to accomplish even more. I am thrilled to become a Spartan and help our student-athletes develop.”
In four years at NDSU, Mack helped lead the Bison to their first Summit League Tournament appearance since 2018 with a first-round appearance in 2021. She aided in the development of three All-Summit League players, four Summit League All-Newcomer players, two Summit League All-Academic Team recipients and one United Soccer Coaches All-Region honoree.
Before joining the Bison, Mack was an assistant coach at Division II Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, for three seasons. The Huskies made back-to-back NCAA Elite Eight appearances in 2018 and 2019 while earning Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) regular season titles in both seasons. Bloomsburg was ranked fifth nationally in 2018 and made PSAC tournament appearances in all three seasons of Mack’s tenure.
Bloomsburg’s staff was named the Atlantic Regional Coaching Staff of the Year in 2018 and 2019.
While coaching at NDSU, Mack also spent three years as an Age Group Coordinator and coach for the Tri-City United Soccer Club in Fargo.
Mack played four years of Division I soccer at Binghamton University as a starting defender. She served as a team captain and…