Elena Wolfe joined the Becker College women’s soccer program as an assistant coach in the summer of 2019.
"I'm really excited to be joining the Becker Women's soccer staff and be a part of such a great program.” Wolfe said upon her hiring. “They are a really awesome group of players with a ton of talent and potential and I think Anthony and I are going to work really well together and bring the program to that next level that they're looking for."
"I'm excited to add Elena to the staff here. She played at a high level and has gained some valuable coaching experience as well. I believe she will be an asset to the program and help get this group of student-athletes to the conference championship which is our goal every year." Coach Anthony Cosky said at the time of her hiring.
Elena played collegiately at RIT for four years under head coach Liz Masterson, helping them reach the NCAA Tournament in her freshman year.
"Elena had an incredible soccer career at RIT.” Masterson said. “She was always working to improve herself, motivate her teammates, and learn more about the game. By Elena’s junior year, she solidified herself as a leader, and raised the level of those around her on a daily basis. These attributes will certainly help her as she begins her coaching career. Elena has the confidence, passion, and vision to impact the game of soccer for many years to come."
Prior to attending RIT, Wolfe attended Parsippany High School in New Jersey. Her coaching experience includes coaching with GPS Juniors and EDL teams.
Wolfe currently resides in Southborough where she works as a systems engineer.