Stanford Adds Jape Shattuck To Women's Soccer Coaching Staff

Sept. 26, 2002

Stanford, Calif. - Stanford University announces today that Jape Shattuck has been added to the women's soccer coaching staff. Shattuck will serve as an assistant coach for the remainder of the 2002 season, joining co-coaches Stephanie Erickson and Paul Sapsford.

Known as a superb tactician and great teacher, Shattuck most recently coached the Boston Breakers of the WUSA during postseason exhibition play.

Shattuck founded International Tactics, LTD., which produces highly noted videotapes on soccer tactics that are used at worldwide coaching schools. He also a authored the NSCAA Advanced National Diploma manual and served on the NSCAA National Coaching Staff.

A native of New Haven, Conn., he was the head coach of the Harvard men's team from 1982-86 where he led them from last place in the Ivy League to the NCAA Semifinals. Shattuck also joined Erickson as an assistant under Harvard women's head coach Tim Wheaton in 1999.

Shattuck graduated from Syracuse University in 1976 with a degree in Slavic languages and is a 1994 graduate of Boston College Law School.

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