Tati Korba
Tati Korba
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 443-352-4256
Email: tkorba@stevenson.edu
Alma Mater: William Smith '00
Experience: 2nd Year at STE, 15th Overall

The ninth head coach in program history, Tati Korba was hired as the head women’s soccer coach at Stevenson on June 27, 2017.

  • Led Stevenson to an 11-7 record in her first season with the Mustangs
  • Defeated #8 Johns Hopkins on Sept. 27, 2017, the program’s first win over Johns Hopkins in 13 all-time meetings
  • Recorded a 6-2 record at Mustang Stadium
  • Posted a 3-1 record in overtime games

  • All-MAC Commonwealth First Team (1): 2017: Sam Hooker
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Second Team (1): 2017: Tiffany McKee

  • MAC Academic Honor Roll: 2017: Gabrielle Arters, Krystal Augustin, Morgan Cary, Brittney Celano, Brianna Christie, Haley Christie, Alex Hamel, Bridget Heist, Sam Hooker, Erin Horsey, Raven Isaac, Hannah Klevins, Kelsey Krupski, Ryleigh Lefever, Jessica Littlepage, Emily Lord, Elise Mahoney, Tiffany McKee, Shannon McNulty, Melanie Milam, Shannon Ogrysko, Karissa Paglione, Melanie Parncutt, Rylie Patterson, Juliana Portera, Alyssa Rasmussen, Alayna Roesener, Shannon Snyder, Lauren Spivey, Allyson Watson, Julia Webb, Delayana Witouski, Kellen Wittman, Kailee Ziegler

  • Director of Premier 125 Girls Soccer Academy
  • Chair of the NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-America Committee

  • The program’s winningest coach
  • In 2012, Goucher tied the school record for victories in a season with a 12-4-2 mark
  • Korba coached 15 All-Conference selections, three NSCAA All-Region nominees and the 2011 Landmark Freshman of the Year
  • Promoted to Assistant Director of Athletics in 2015, overseeing outdoor athletic facilities and game management as well as handling external facility requests

  • Head Coach, Maryland Pride, WPSL (2006)
  • Head Coach, Skidmore College (2002): Led the Thoroughbreds to their first winning season in six years
  • Assistant Coach, Skidmore College (2001)
  • Assistant Coach, U-18 Washington Freedom Academy

  • Maryland Pride of the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) from 2003-05
  • Standout forward at William Smith College (Geneva, N.Y.) from 1996-99
  • Second Team All-America as a senior
  • 1999 Upstate Collegiate Athletic Association Player of the Year
  • The Herons reached the NCAA Tournament in each of her four seasons and reached the Division III championship game in 1997

  • Native of Wooster, Ohio
  • Graduated from William Smith in 2000 with a degree in Psychology
  • She and her husband, Don, have two daughters, Riley and Taylor