Meet Sasha Andrews. An Edmonton, Alberta native. Seasoned Canadian women's national team player who played in three world cups.
Andrews, who first came to prominence as a significant member of Canada’s memorable silver medal performance at the first-ever U19 World Cup in Canada in 2002. Andrews represented Canada in the youth and senior levels from 2000-2010, making her debut for the senior women at the 2002 Algarve Cup.
The formidable center back scored her first goal for Canada in August 2003 in Edmonton and finished fourth with the Canadian Women at the 2003 Women’s World Cup. She also won a bronze medal with Canada at the XV Pan American Games in Rio in 2007.
Andrews played for two NCAA Division 1 program before playing professionally. First, at Southern Methodist University in Texas and finishing her collegiate career at the University of Nebraska.
Additionally, Andrews played internationally around the world for over a decade, making stops in the top women’s leagues of Canada, the United States, Norway, Australia, and Iceland.
The powerhouse player turned coach is involved in women’s empowerment who was also featured in an international documentary along with many prominent women’s soccer players who climbed Kilimanjaro in 2017.
Coach Andrews has coached extensively in both Canada and the US, and most recently was an assistant coach for Concordia University in Montreal.
Current Coaching Positions
- LA Bulls B2013, B2012, G2011, Jr. Bulls Rec
Current Club Positions
- Assistant Coach
Former Coaching Positions
- Concordia University coach 2020-2021
- Technical director of Anjou football club 2020-2021.
- Soccer instructor/Camp counselor (Dallas, Hawaii, Nebraska, Indiana, California, Canada, and Ghana) 2002 – 2014
- ACSM Certified Personal Trainer 2008
- Nebraska RUSH Academy Coach/Mentor 2007 – 2008
- Curver Coach 2005 – 2007
- 4 Kicks Head Coach – Compton Outreach Program 2010 – 2012
- DaVinci High School Men’s Head Coach and Women’s Head Coach 2011
- Sierra Canyon Private Middle/High School P.E. Teacher and Head Women’s Soccer Coach 2011
- AYSO All-Stars Trainer (2008, 2011, 2013)
- Private Professional Trainer (skills, strength, conditioning, and agility)
- Coach at Chelsea LA 2015-16
- Coach at Brentwood High school 2016 (Soccer and Volleyball)
- PE specialist and coach at Turning point school 2016-2019.
- Canadian Women’s National Soccer Team 1999-2012
- Canadian Women's National Youth and Senior World Cups - U-19 2002, 2003 and 2007
- CONCACAF 2002 and 2006
- Pan American Games Rio 2007
- University of Nebraska 2004-2007
- University of Nebraska 2005-2007
- Bachelor of Science Degree
- Southern Methodist University 2002-2004