St. John’s women’s soccer team head coach Ian Stone has expanded his coaching staff for the 2019 season with the additions of former Red Storm player Alexa Dolgos and experienced coach Stuart Dick.
Dolgos will serve as a student assistant coach this season while Dick will serve as a volunteer coach.
A native of Bethpage, Dolgos played 62 games for Stone from 2015 to 2018. As a freshman, the former defender contributed to a St. John’s backline that set program highs for wins with 15 and shutouts with 12.
During her sophomore campaign on the pitch, Dolgos saw action in 19 matches, as she helped the Red Storm tie its record of 12 shutouts for the second-straight season.
Dick joins St. John’s with a vast amount of experience at the collegiate and club levels. The Scotland native has served as the head coach for CFC United U16 and U18 NPL for the past three years.
Prior, he served as an assistant coach at Fairfield University from 2015-17. While with the Stags, he was responsible for organizing all practice sessions throughout the fall and spring seasons and also performed many video coordination responsibilities.
In 2014, he was a member of the women’s soccer team’s coaching staff at Yale with oversight of the defense and goalkeepers. That season, the Bulldogs posted an 8-4-4 record and allowed just 0.82 goals per game. He also served as a graduate assistant with the women’s soccer team at the University of Bridgeport for four seasons.