2010 Women's Soccer

Record: 5-12-1 Home: 2-6-1 Away: 3-6 Neutral: 0-0
2010 Women's Soccer Coaches
Kenrick Liburd - Head Coach - 1st Season
Head Coach Kenrick Liburd…

Kenrick Liburd hails from London, England and is an avid soccer supporter - or "football" supporter
as the Englishman argues! Coach Liburd played throughout his high school career, both on school teams
and on local club teams throughout London. Many of his fellow teammates went on to play for top
Premiership clubs in the UK. Liburd decided to expand his horizons and ventured across the waters to
play both soccer and basketball at the collegiate level. His first year was spent at Bellevue University
in Nebraska on a team that went to the NAIA Regional Finals. He then transferred into the University of
Maine system, where he played for a team that went undefeated in the regular season for the first time in
school history. After graduation Liburd assisted at the University of Maine at Machias, and ran soccer clinics
for local youth. He also volunteered his time assisting the boy's soccer teams at Washington Academy High
School, in which the boy's team went on to be State Champions for 2008 for the first time in school history.
After spending over 6 years assisting with collegiate and high school teams, Liburd is ready to take on the role
of Head Coach at Tennessee Temple University (TTU). A coach that lives and breathes soccer, he is ready to
take the programs to the next level and wants to raise the profile of soccer in the Chattanooga area.

Emmanuel Awotula - Associate Head Coach - 2nd Season
Assistant Coach Emmanuel Awotula…
Awotula played soccer at Tennessee Temple University and graduated from TTU in May of 2010
with his Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies, with a concentration in history and a minor in coaching.
He holds his (E) coaching license in the state of Tennessee and is a licensed referee, which has helped him
to grasp a great understanding of the game. Originally from Nigeria he has been in the Chattanooga area for
over 17 years. Coach Awotula is entering his second year with the program in this capacity and is excited by
the direction the program is heading in. His experience and vast knowledge of the game, and of the soccer
community in Tennessee and the surrounding states, is an invaluable asset to the program here at TTU.