Tracy Hamm enters her second year as the head coach of the SF State women’s soccer program. In her first season on the sidelines, she guided the Gators to an 8-7-3 overall record which was the first winning record for SF State since 2010. The Gators also had two players named to the All-CCAA Team in Vanessa Penuna and Jada Williams.
SF State also had eight women’s soccer players named to the Fall Academic All-CCAA Team and 18 named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.
Hamm is the second head coach in the 34-year history of the women’s soccer at SF State after being the head women’s coach at Santa Rosa Junior College since 2012.
Named head coach at SRJC in 2012, Hamm led the Bear Cubs to the 2012 Big 8 Conference title, setting school records in both goals against and shutouts with an overall record of 15-4-2. She was also awarded the 2012 Big 8 Conference Coach of the Year.
The 2013 Bear Cubs compiled an overall record of 15-6-1 and 9-4-1 in conference play. Hamm had 11 players transfer to four-year universities on scholarship to continue competing at the collegiate level, including the Bear Cubs first ever players to transfer to the Pac-12 and WCC Conferences.
Hamm's 2014 season earned the Bear Cubs an overall record of 13-6-2 and 9-3-2 in conference play, sharing second place in the Big 8 Conference with Sierra College. 4 players earned Big 8 All Conference selections. The Bear Cubs finished with a top 10 CCCAA state ranking for the third straight season.
Through Hamm's three years at SRJC, she led the Bear Cubs to consecutive playoff appearances and an overall record of 43-16-5.
Hamm is also a coach in U.S. Soccer's Olympic Development Program for Cal-North 02G and 01G.
Prior to taking over the SRJC program, Hamm was an assistant soccer coach for the UC Berkeley women's soccer team in 2009 and the Technical Director for Heritage Soccer Club in Pleasant Hill, CA from 2006-2009. Hamm has her NSCAA National Diploma and is a Certified Personal Trainer.
A former college player at UC Berkeley, during her freshman season Hamm was the leading scorer with nine goals and was named Cal's Freshman of the Year. Throughout her four years, she was an All-Pac-10 academic honorable mention three times. In her final two years at Cal, Hamm started every game and was a key factor in Cal's defense, which in 2005 set a school record for GAA (0.475, seventh in nation) and tied school marks for goals allowed (11) and shutouts (14) in a season.
In four years as a letter-winner, Hamm amassed 12 career goals. Hamm captained the Golden Bears and was named to the Pac-10 All-Conference and the NSCAA All-West Region team and received Cal's Golden Bear Award in 2004 and 2005.
In 2009, Hamm played one season in the Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) league for the Atlanta Beat.
The Moraga, Calif., native earned her BA in Mass Communications from the University of California, Berkeley in 2006. She has also earned two Masters Degrees; an Ed.M in Counseling specializing in Sport Psychology from Boston University and a MA in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University, Irvine.