Name: Dannelle Lewandowski
Birthplace: St. Paul, Minnesota
Highschool: Stillwater HS
College: Monmouth University (Div 1) NJ and University of St. Thomas, MN
Playing Experience: 2 times All State/3 time All-Conference Stillwater H.S., Midwest Regional ODP Team U16, and U19, MN ODP U14, U16, U19, University of St. Thomas NCAA Final Four, All-Conference, Monmouth University, GA Women’s Soccer League
Coaching License(s): USSF 'B' License, National US Youth License, Coerver Youth Diploma
- GA ODP 01' Assistant Coach 2016-2017, 2017-2018
- Roswell Santos U13 Girls, U14 Girls, U15 Girls, U9 Boys, U10 Boys, U11 Boys, U12 Boys, Jr Academy, World Cup, U8 Rec Girls
- Chattahoochee H.S. Varsity Assistant Coach 1997-1998;
- High Meadows After School program
- Stillwater, MN U10 coed, and Wayzata, MN U16 girls;
2020-2021 Santos Team: Girls 2002 Blue
Years Coaching: 17
Years at RSC: 13
Brief Paragraph about yourself: Dannelle grew up in Minnesota playing soccer on coed teams (boys teams with a couple girls on them). It was not until her 10th-grade year did her high school create a separate soccer team for girls from the boys. Dannelle says it was her drive and passion to be the best soccer player on the field, no matter if it was on a boys team or girls team, that made her successful. The support of her family and competition from her older brother were also key components in her career. Dannelle went on to play for MN ODP U14, U16 and U19, the Midwest Regional U16 and U19 team and played college division 1 soccer.
Soccer is a "Players game". It provides an opportunity to express one's athleticism, creativity, deception, and intelligence. I want to help the young player have fun while developing their soccer skills and passion for the game. Soccer is more than a sport, it is an opportunity for players to develop life skills such as leadership, friendship, communication, teamwork, decision making, independence and so much more. Soccer is the "World’s Sport".