Amy Griffin coaches US Deaf Women’s Soccer Team to World Cup Title

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Meghan Maiwald, left, the goalkeeper for the U.S. deaf women’s national team, poses with coach Amy Griffin, center, and FC Kansas City goalie Nicole Barnhart, both of whom were goalkeepers for the U.S. national team. (Alika Jenner)

usdeafAmy Griffin has been a coach for the Washington Husky Women’s Soccer program since 1996. She took on a new challenge this year by accepting the role of head coach for the US Deaf Women’s National Team.ย 

On July 2 the Women beat Russia 3-0 to win the Deaf Women’s World Cup, defending their title.

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