Angelina Pane completed her third season at the helm with the University of Dallas women's soccer team, and guided the group to a 6-13-2 overall record. The team went 4-7-1 during Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) play, and hosted the league tournament. The Lady Crusaders would earn the fifth seed and battled Southwestern University to a tie in the SCAC Quarterfinals. However, UD fell 5-3 in the shootout.
Pane’s squad earned five SCAC Postseason Accolades headlined by sophomore Elena Naccari receiving Defensive Player of the Year. The defending Tri-SCAC Newcomer of the Year would also be named on the All-SCAC First Team. A trio of Lady Crusaders got listed on the All-SCAC Second Team including: freshman Mason Cosgrove, sophomore Lauren Hood, and junior Cascade Mayer.
In 2014 Pane managed a squad that notched the third seed in the conference tournament, and advanced to the semifinals for the second year in a row. The Lady Crusaders also set a new record that offseason with seven All-SCAC honors, which was headlined by Naccari. The freshman goalkeeper notched five of the team’s six shutouts. Nicole Johnson was tabbed on All-SCAC first team, while the remaining accolades went to a trio of players: Cascade Mayer, Mackenzie Vasile, and Alice Nelson on All-SCAC second team. Naccari and Kayla Nguyen received honorable mention.
Pane was acknowedlged for her efforts; being named West Region National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Coach-of-the-Year. She was also among a trio of coaches in the SCAC to be tabbed Coach-of-the-Year for the league.
The eighth head coach in program history, Pane previously spent two seasons as a graduate assistant for the Ottawa University (Kan.) women's soccer team.
From 2011-2012, she also aided the Kansas State Olympic Development Program (ODP) as a staff coach.
Pane served as a graduate assistant for Converse College (Spartanburg, S.C.) during the fall 2010 semester, and held the role of strength and conditioning volunteer assistant coach at the University of Wisconson-Milwaukee from 2008-2010.
In 2009, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology from Concordia University (Mequon, Wis.). Named team captain in her senior campaign, Pane was a four-year letterwinner (2005-2008) for the Lady Falcons.
Pane earned a Master of Arts in Education from Ottawa University in May 2013, and is certfied by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). In May 2014, Pane was credited with a USSF C License.