Stewart Givens was added to head coach Peter McGahey's staff as an assistant coach in August 2017.
Givens will work primarily with the goalkeepers and will direct of the program's external affairs.
Givens has served for the past three seasons as an assistant with the women's program at Oakland, helping lead the Grizzlies to the Horizon League Tournament championship and a berth in the Women's College Cup in 2015.
He was a graduate assistant with the Oakland men's program for two seasons, during which the Grizzlies won the Summit League regular-season and tournament championships in 2012. He was the girls varsity coach at Troy High School in suburban Detroit for three seasons, and served as the head coach for the Pontiac-based Vardar Soccer Club.
Givens played at Oakland, from which he earned four letters and served as a team captain for two seasons. He was a member of the NCAA, the Horizon League and Oakland's student-athlete advisory committees, was a two-time All-Summit League selections, and was nominated by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for Scholar All-America in 2008.
He trained post-collegiately in Scotland and played from 2009-13 with the Michigan Bucks of the Professional Development League. In 2011, he earned the PDL Defender of the Year Award.
Givens earned his bachelor's degree in elementary education from Oakland in 2010. He holds coaching certification from the United States Soccer Federation and a diploma in mental and physical player development from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Assistant Coach / Director of Internal Affairs
Cassie Weik joined Peter McGahey's staff as an assistant coach in August 2014.
Weik directs the program's internal affairs which includes overseeing budgets, coordinating travel, and acting as a liaison with compliance, academics and facilities. She also serves as the Director of the Chippewa Soccer Academy and the CMU SoccerFest Youth Tournament Director.
Weik played under McGahey at Minnesota State Mankato from 2009-12, serving as a two-time team co-captain. She was a part of three trips to the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament, two NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearances and one Elite 8 appearance.
Her coaching resumé consists of stints as an assistant with United States Youth Soccer in Minnesota and the head soccer coach for the Woodbury Soccer Club, a competitive U-11 and U-13 girls soccer program. She also served as a graduate assistant at Minnesota State in 2013-14.
Weik graduated magna cum laude from Minnesota State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Sports Medicine and received her Master of Arts in Sport Administration from Central Michigan in May 2017.
Weik possesses her MYSA E Coaching License and NSCAA National Diploma.
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