Breena Proctor is entering her first season as the head women's soccer coach at Rockford University. She brings with her a wealth of coaching knowledge at both the collegiate and club levels. Proctor is the twelfth head coach in the program's history.
Proctor comes to Rockford after coaching at both the collegiate and club levels. Most recently, she spent the last two seasons as the head women's soccer coach at Purchase College. Prior to that, Proctor was the top assistant coach at Simpson College for two years. In addition to her collegiate coaching experience, Proctor has also made multiple coaching stops at the club level. Most recently she was the Head Coach of the U16 Team and Co-Director of the Fusion Soccer Program in Des Moines, Iowa.
Proctor entered the coaching ranks following a highly successful four-year playing career at Springfield College. During her time at Springfield, the Pride won three NEWMAC regular season titles, three NEWMAC Tournament titles and earned four berths in the NCAA Tournament. Proctor also received the Kate Richardson Unsung Hero Award for her contributions to the team during her senior season.
Proctor graduated from Springfield College with a bachelor's degree in Movement and Sports Studies and is currently working towards her master's degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration. She lives in Rockford with her wife, Kelsey Proctor.