Women's Soccer Assistant Coach
Sue-Moy Chin is in her third year as assistant coach at Notre Dame after serving in the same role at Florida International from 1994-96. Her duties as assistant coach include game preparations, including scouting and video analysis, and coaching the goalkeepers. She also assists with various administrative duties for the women[apos]s soccer program.
Chin previously assisted her sister Carla Chin-Baker with the Irish goalkeepers in 1997 and 1998. In 1997, the Chins coached goalkeeper LaKeysia Beene to both Notre Dame and BIG EAST Conference single-season shutout records. Beene blanked 18 opponents in 25 games in 1997. In 1998, Beene and Elizabeth Wagner combined to shut out combined to shut out 16 opponents and compiled a 0.62 goals-against average under the Chins[apos] tutelage.
Chin was an integral part of the Florida International women[apos]s soccer program for seven years, four as one of best players in school history and three as assistant coach. A four-year letterwinner for the Golden Panthers, Chin holds school goalkeeper records for shutouts in a single season (7) and career (20).
She was an honorable mention Soccer News All-American in 1993, a two-time all-conference and three-time all-Florida selection at Florida International. During her career, Chin started 58 consecutive games in the net with a career 1.10 goals-against average before a finger injury forced her out of the net and into the midfield her senior year. She continued to lead the team as a midfielder by scoring two goals in seven games.
Born February 2, 1972, the native of Scarborough, Ontario, was a member of the Canadian under-20 national team prior to arriving at Florida International. She won letters in soccer, volleyball, basketball, field hockey and track at Aurora High School where she was two-time athlete of the year.