Tiffany Hansen is in her third season as a member of the Michigan women’s soccer coaching staff and works primarily with the Maize and Blue goalkeepers. In two seasons with Hansen on staff, the Wolverines have allowed an average of just one goal per game and recorded 15 shutouts in 41 total games. Prior to coming to Ann Arbor, she spent four successful seasons at the University of Dayton (2011-14), where she helped lead the Flyers to two A10 Tournament championships and two NCAA Tournament appearances. Hansen got her start in collegiate coaching as the goalkeeper coach for three seasons at Bowling Green (2008-11), where she also competed during the final two years of her playing career as a goalkeeper.
Kai Edwards is in his first season as a member of the Michigan women’s soccer coaching staff and works primarily with the Maize and Blue attacking players. Edwards brought 13 years of experience within collegiate women’s soccer to Michigan, including six as a Division I head coach at Saint Mary’s College of California. Prior to coming to Ann Arbor, Edwards was the Special Assistant to the Head Coach with Arizona State University’s women’s soccer program and also worked with the Sereno Soccer Club as the Girls Coaching Director, ECNL Director and Head Coach. During his collegiate playing career, he helped lead Sonoma State to a national championship.