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U.S. women's assistant coach Amy Altig has been the head coach at the University of Delaware since the 2020 season.
Altig went to Delaware after a run of success at Penn State as an assistant coach. With Altig on the sidelines, the Nittany Lions garnered 111 wins at a clip of .631 with seven NCAA Tournament appearances and two trips to the NCAA Tournament Final Four. Prior to her time at PSU, Altig held assistant coaching stints at Princeton University (2007-10) and the University of Richmond (2005-07).
As a goalkeeper at James Madison University from 2001-05, Altig led the Dukes to two Colonial Athletic Association titles, was a two-time All-CAA pick and was selected to the North/South STX Senior All-Star Game. A two-time team captain, she also saw a spot on the 2004 CAA All-Tournament Team and still ranks in the Top 12 of three career statistical categories at JMU.
Altig became a playing member of the U.S. National Team in 2003 and was part of the 2009 U.S. World Cup Training Team and 2008 U.S. Prague Touring Team. She also served as a field coach for U.S. tryouts from 2015-17 before becoming an assistant coach.