Lauren Alkek

Head Coach ('99G Team)/D'Feeters Strength & Conditioning Coach


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Coach Lauren Alkek

Coach Lauren Alkek

Coach Lauren comes to DFeeters after a stellar career at the University of Oklahoma and three years of playing professionally. Coach Lauren's accolades and accomplishments include:

Professional Experience

  • Played with Chicago Red Stars (WPSL Elite Finalist)

  • Bay Area Breeze (USL Champion)

  • 21st draft pick out of college by Boston Breakers

College: University of Oklahoma

In 2010, as a senior, Coach Lauren was named to Academic All-Big 12 first team for third straight season as she started all but one game on a Sooner defense that held opponents to one goal or less in 14 contests, including seven shutouts. Coach Lauren assisted on the fastest goal in Sooner history as Whitney Palmer tallied a goal just 11 seconds into a game at Kansas.

In 2009, as a junior, Coach Lauren was named to Academic All-Big 12 first team as she started 18 games on the season, mainly on defense. Coach Lauren helped OU’s back line record six shutouts.

In 2008, as a sophomore, Coach Lauren was named to Academic All-Big 12 first team. She started and played in all but one game. Coach Lauren switched to defense toward end of the season. She recorded her first career assist on Sept. 14 at Ole Miss and posted a season-high four shots against Oregon. The majority of her shots came after switching to defense.

In 2007, as a freshman, Coach Lauren made her OU debut against Alabama A&M on Aug. 31. She started the first two games of the season before suffering a knee injury against Oral Roberts and scored her first goal of the season in her third game back from injury on Oct. 4 vs. Baylor.

In High School, Coach Lauren Lettered four years at Memorial High School under Janet Hirt. She was a three-time all district first team member, 2006 and 2007 District MVP and scored 25 goals while assisting on five others during her senior year. She also lettered in gymnastics and track. She played club soccer for Eclipse ’89 Black (2006 state champions).