Julie Hanley Bio - Hawkeye Sports Official Athletic Site
Women's Soccer hawkeyesports.com

Julie Hanley
Julie  Hanley

Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Kansas, 2010


3's a Charm

Trio of Hawkeye goalkeepers lead the Iowa soccer team defense


Hawkeyes to Get the Ball Rolling

Iowa opens season with EIU, UND


Hanley Named Assistant Coach

New soccer coach comes from successful Illinois State program


Iowa vs. Penn State - B1G Semifinals

Nov. 8, 2013 Champaign, Ill.


Women's Soccer vs. Purdue

Photos from Iowa's match vs. Purdue - 9/23/12

Julie Hanley is entering her third season as an assistant coach with the University of Iowa soccer program.

In two seasons with the program, Hanley has guided the Hawkeyes to two of the top win totals in school history. Iowa has amassed 27 victories and qualified for consecutive Big Ten Tournaments.

In 2013, Hanley helped Iowa to its best season in program history, which culminated with its first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Hawkeyes finished the year with a 15-7-1 record, the most victories all-time.

After tying for fifth place in the Big Ten regular season standings, the Hawkeyes posted the first two postseason victories in program history at the Big Ten Tournament as the No. 8 seed. Iowa posted back-to-back shutouts over No. 7 Michigan and No. 20 Penn State before dropping a 1-0 decision to No. 18 Nebraska in the Big Ten Tournament championship game.

The Hawkeyes earned an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament, where it dropped a road game at No. 23 Notre Dame, 4-1. Iowa went 3-4 against ranked competition in 2013 -- the most such wins in school history. The triumph over No. 7 Michigan was the highest ranked foe a Hawkeye team has defeated all-time.

Iowa's defense thrived under Hanley's tutelage, as sophomore goalkeeper Hannah Clark posted 10 shutouts -- an Iowa team and individual school-record. Clark finished the season ranking second in the Big Ten in shutouts and goals against average, while the Hawkeyes were fourth in goals allowed.

In Hanley's first season in Iowa City, the Hawkeyes finished with a 12-6-3 record in 2012, tying the school-record for wins. Iowa went undefeated in nonconference play and qualified for the Big Ten Tournament.

Hanley coached Iowa's goalkeeper rotation that earned four weekly conference awards. Iowa ranked third in the Big Ten in goals allowed, goals against average, saves and shutouts. Both of Iowa's goalkeepers ranked within the top-three of the league in save percentage as well as top-five in goals against average.

Hanley joined the Iowa coaching staff after serving as a graduate assistant at Illinois State for two seasons. She was responsible for training and developing goalkeepers, while also assisting with defenders. Hanley was active in recruiting, organizing team travel and assisted in numerous administrative activities within the soccer program.

In her two seasons at Illinois State, the Redbirds posted a 22-13-2 record, including a Missouri Valley Conference regular season championship, State Farm MVC Tournament title and NCAA Tournament berth in 2011. Hanley was a member of the 2011 MVC Coaching Staff of the Year and mentored the 2011 MVC Defensive Player of the Year. The Redbirds also defeated 10th-ranked Milwaukee, 3-1, in 2011, marking the program's first-ever win over a top-10 opponent.

Hanley was a goalkeeper at the University of Kansas from 2005-09, serving as team captain in her final three seasons. She ranks second in career wins, shutouts and goals against average in KU history. She was two-time first-team Academic All-Big 12 selection and earned four weekly conference and TopDrawerSoccer.com awards in her career.

After finishing her eligibility at Kansas, Hanley remained in the program as an intern. She maintained and updated recruiting programs while organizing practices and game files. Hanley was a member of the Dynamo F.C. club prior to her collegiate career, leading the team to a pair of Indiana state championships.

Hanley earned her bachelor of arts in sports management and a minor in business from Kansas in May, 2010. She earned her master's of science degree in kinesiology and recreation and recreation administration from Illinois State in May, 2012.

  • Loading Tweets...
    1 second ago