Women's Soccer Head Coach
Amy Helliwell has completed four seasons as Rose-Hulman women's soccer coach, highlighted by leading the team to a share of the 2009 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship.
The Engineers earned the top seed for the 2009 HCAC Women's Soccer Tournament on the heels of a win at fellow league co-champion Hanover College. Eventual NCAA Tournament representative Transylvania University ended the magical run in the league tournament with a narrow 1-0 victory.
In 2012, Helliwell led the Fightin' Engineers to their first winning record since 2008 with a 9-7-3 mark, including 4-3-2 in league matches. Her overall mark stands at 16-16-3 in conference play and 29-41-4 overall in four years at Rose-Hulman.
Helliwell came to Rose-Hulman after spending the last 11 years as head coach at Greenwood High School in Kentucky, where she led squad to six state Final Four appearances. Her teams combined for a 207-64-1 record with seven district championships, six regional and sectional titles, and the six Final Four appearances.
She also served as coach of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association All-Star Game in 2001, 2005 and 2008, and was named Southern Kentucky Soccer Referees Association Coach of the Year from 2001-05 and in 2008. Her career also includes serving as a mathematics teacher at Greenwood High School for 13 years.
Helliwell earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics and secondary education from the University of Southern Indiana in 1996 and obtained a master's degree in education guidance counseling from Western Kentucky University in 2003. She was a four-year varsity soccer player, all-state honoree at team captain during her prep career at Evansville Reitz Memorial High School.
Helliwell and her husband Sean, the men's soccer coach at Rose-Hulman, reside in Terre Haute.