Andrea Kaminski
Andrea Kaminski
Title: Assistant Women's Soccer Coach
Previous College: Cincinnati '10

Andrea Kaminski returns for her fourth year with the Crusaders in 2014. She is responsible for coaching the goalkeepers.

Over the past three years, Kaminski's guidance helped enable goalkeeper Maggie Donnellan to earn three straight Ohio Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year honors, two NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region accolades and a spot on the NSCAA Division III All-America first team in 2013, when the team advanced to the NCAA Tournament national semifinals.

Kaminski was a four year letter winner at the University of Cincinnati where she competed in the Big East Conference, one of the nation’s premier women’s soccer conferences. At UC she logged over 6,713 minutes in goal and completed her career as the school's all-time saves leader. She led the Big East Conference in saves in 2006 and 2009 and was named Big East Goalkeeper of the Week on five different occasions. She was also named the team MVP in 2007 as well as the team captain for the Bearcats in 2008 and 2009. 

In addition to her collegiate playing experience Andrea also competed in the W-League, for the West Virginia Illusion, and is a staff coach for the Soccer Plus Goalkeeping School. Soccer Plus Goalkeeping School was founded by former U.S. Women’s National Team Coach, and World Champion, Tony DiCicco, and is widely recognized as one of the top goalkeeping schools in the nation.

Kaminski is currently living in Columbus and is a special education teacher at Columbus Humanities Arts and Technology Academy.