NDSU women's soccer head coach Mark Cook announced Thursday, July 10, that Elizabeth "Liz" O'Reilly has been named the new director of soccer operations.
O'Reilly will assist the NDSU coaching staff with team travel, game-day preparations, video exchange, camps and other administrative duties. Prior to joining NDSU, O'Reilly spent four seasons playing soccer at the University of Wyoming as a midfielder under former NDSU head coach Pete Cuadrado.
O'Reilly was voted team captain in 2012 and earned second team All-Mountain West honors in 2010 and first team All-Mountain West accolades in 2012 by College Sports Madness.
"I am very excited to add Liz to the Bison soccer staff. Having just completed a great career at Wyoming, she will add plenty of experience and knowledge to our program," Cook said.
O'Reilly will graduate from Wyoming this month with a bachelor's degree in social science.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.