The Westfield girls varsity soccer team has a new head coach.

The school announced in a press release Wednesday that Hannah Mangus will take over the Lady Shamrocks this season.

"We are excited to work with Hannah Mangus and our girls soccer program,” said Westfield athletic director Bill Davis. “Hannah brings a relational-based approach to our program that will help our girls soccer program continue to perform at a high level."

Mangus, who is a second-grade teacher at Oak Trace Elementary, graduated college from the University of Indianapolis. She studied elementary education and played collegiate soccer.

Mangus was a four-year letter earner in college, playing a total of 5,809 minutes and making 66 career starts for the Greyhounds. Mangus was the women’s soccer team two-time defensive player of the year, as well as the mental attitude award recipient in 2016.

Mangus is a Noblesville native who attended and played soccer at Noblesville High School. Mangus coaches club soccer at FC Pride soccer club, where she played club as a youth player all the way through high school. Mangus has been a coach at FC Pride since 2013, where she has worked with high level coaches, and players from u8- u18.