Greg Walter enters his third year as head women's soccer coach.
Walter led his team to a 3-15-1 record in 2007, including a 1-6-1 mark in the MCC. He guided one player to all-conference recognition.
Walter came to Penn after spending six years as head coach of the women's soccer program at MacMurray College
, an NCAA Division III institution in Jacksonville, Ill.
He also served as the interim men's coach during the 2005 season.
While at MacMurray, Walter coached a squad of 20 players. In addition to his coaching responsibilities, he managed several other aspects of the program, including recruiting prospective players, preparing the budget, scheduling, coordinating travel arrangements, ordering equipment, and overseeing practices.
Walter was also a prolific player at MacMurray, earning three all-conference honors as a goalkeeper. He was voted his team's Freshman of the Year as well as MVP during his junior campaign.
He has received his Advanced Regional and National NSCAA Coaching Diploma.
Walter, a 1996 graduate of MacMurray, lives in Oskaloosa with his wife Melinda and their four children: Paige, 13, Nicholas, 6, Ryan, 3, and Emily, 1.