Stephanie Lamm is entering her first season as an assistant coach for the Rockford University women's soccer program. Lamm graduated from Emmanuel College in 2018 with a bachelors of science in sports management. She will provide coaching specialties in technical ability, attacking, and finishing.
Lamm was born and raised in Dallas, Texas where she began her soccer playing career, but moved to Jefferson, Georgia where she currently resides. She played 4 years of varsity soccer at Jefferson High School and currently holds the record for most career goals. In the past two years she has been an assistant coach at Jefferson High School and their most recent success was attending the final four in the 2019 state playoffs. At Emmanuel College, she was a four year starter for the women's soccer team as a forward, a leading scorer, and a captain. After graduating from Emmanuel College she played one year of semi-pro soccer with the Georgia Revolution where she was a leading scorer and team captain.
Currently Lamm is pursuing her master's degree in K-12 physical education at Rockford University.