Former CUA All-American Tracey Scanlon is in her fourth season as an assistant coach for the Cardinals. In 2011, Scanlon became the first First Team All-American in CUA field hockey history, helping to lead the Cardinals to their first conference championship and NCAA Tournament appearance.
During her time on the sideline, the team has won two conference championships and made two NCAA tournaments, advancing to the Elite Eight round in 2013. Tracey has assisted with all aspects of the program paying special attention to recruiting.
A two-sport standout during her undergrad days, Scanlon excelled on the field hockey and softball fields for the Cardinals. Scanlon was a three-time first team All-Conference selection in field hockey, and earned Landmark Conference Player of the Year honors in 2011. She was also a two-time All-Region honoree and was selected to the 2011 NFHCA Senior All-Star Game.
On the softball field, Scanlon made a pair of All-Conference Teams, and finished her career with 102 hits, 79 runs scored and 41 RBIs.
In the classroom, Scanlon earned Dean’s List, Landmark Conference Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA National Academic Squad honors in multiple years. She was voted the winner of the Distinguished Marketing Award, which is awarded to the most outstanding marketing student at CUA, and was a member of Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. In addition, Scanlon received Academic All-American and All-District honors during the 2011-12 academic year, and she was named CUA’s Senior Female Athlete of the Year.
Scanlon earned her master's degree from CUA in May of 2014.