Gustie Soccer Camps
Assistant Women's Soccer Coach
Andrea Rosenthal enters her second season as the assistant coach with the Gustavus Adolphus College women’s soccer program.
Rosenthal graduated alongside Head Coach Laura Burnett-Kurie from William Smith College in 2008. Since graduation, she has spent four seasons coaching women’s soccer at her alma mater, the Emma Willard School, in Troy, NY. During her three years as the head varsity coach, Rosenthal compiled an impressive 39-3-7 record, making her as the winningest soccer coach in the school’s nearly 200-year history.
In addition, Rosenthal has gained coaching experience with High Country Soccer in Breckenridge, CO and has her NSCAA National Coaching License. She was also a student athletic trainer at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, providing assistance in the training room, helping with prevention and maintenance of injuries and receiving first aid, injury prevention and emergency response training.
While completing her Architectural Studies and Studio Art degrees at William Smith College, Rosenthal was a member of the Heron soccer team. In 2007, she helped the team win the program’s first ever Liberty League Conference Championship and qualify for the NCAA Tournament for the 18th time in school, ending the season with a 17-1-1 record. At the 2005-6 annual William Smith Athletic Awards Banquet, Rosenthal was presented with the Aliceann Wilber Soccer Award for best representing the values most important to the program and for her outstanding leadership.
To go along with her on-field success, Rosenthall was also highly engaged in the classroom and the community. She was named to the 2011 Liberty League Women’s Soccer All-Academic Team, was the Hillel Vice President and chaired the Student Art Exhibition in 2008.
Eden Prairie Soccer Club
Dane Obermeyer is currently coaching for Eden Prairie Soccer Club as a head coach of the U16 C+ girls team and assistant for the U15 Premier girls team. Previously to Eden Prairie, Obermeyer spent four seasons as an assistant fourth with the Gustavus women's soccer team. A member of Gustavus men’s soccer MIAC Championship teams in 2006 and 2007, Obermeyer played in 28 games as a midfielder, compiling two goals and one assist for five points during his career.
Since graduating from Gustavus in 2008, Obermeyer has also worked with the MapleBrook Soccer Association and Gustie Soccer Camp. The Los Alamos, New Mexico native evaluated player skills for the MapleBrook Club Soccer boys and girls teams for U-11 through U-17. He also served as an instructor at Gustie Soccer Camp the past four summers.