Congratulations to Stacey Vaitis-Dubost for being named PSCA “Coach of the Year”!

Stacey Vaitis-Dubost Named PSCA "Coach of the Year"
Congratulations to Stacey Vaitis-Dubost for being named the Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association (PSCA) “Coach of the Year” for the Girls Single A level.
Stacey grew up in Lansdale, Pennsylvania and attended North Penn High School and went on to play soccer collegiately at Widener University. After graduation, Stacey joined the coaching staff at Widener University in 2008 as an assistant coach. She was an assistant coach for 4 seasons, before stepping down to coach locally at the Towamencin Soccer Club, the same club she played for when she was growing up.
Stacey is currently the head coach and trainer for three girls’ teams at TSC. She also runs advanced training and speed and agility clinics for TSC and continues to help with training programs throughout the club.
Stacey is also the girls head soccer coach at Dock Academy (she just completed her 5th season). She started coaching Girls Soccer at Dock in 2019 and has led the team to district playoffs each season. Dock Girls Soccer became District Champions in 2020, 2022 and 2023 and advanced to the state tournament in each of those years. Stacey coached the Dock Girl’s soccer team to their first ever State Championship Title this past fall (2023).
As a coach at Dock, Stacey has also achieved:
  • BAL Coach of the Year in Girls Soccer (2020, 2021, 2022, 2023).
  • PSCA 2023 Coach of the Year for all of Single A Girls soccer.
  • Had a varsity player receive All State Player of the Year Awards in 2021, 2022 and 2023.
Congratulations Stacey for being named PSCA “Coach of the Year”!