Naomi Hines enters her fourth year as an assistant coach with the Hoyas. Hines specializes in training the Georgetown goalkeepers. This summer, she received her National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) coaching license.
In the last two seasons, Hines has assisted in the development of junior goalkeeper Jade Higgins, who last season set the single-season (7) and career (13) shutout records at Georgetown.
In addition to coaching at GU, Hines works with the Under 13 Sterling Avalanche (2003-present), who were the ODSL Division I Champions for one season and the runners-up for two. She worked as a goalkeeper coach for the Bethesda Excel, with Georgetown head coach Dave Nolan, the 2005 national runnerup, whose goalkeeper won the Golden Glove.
Prior to her work with the Avalanche and Excel, Hines worked the George Mason University Soccer Camps (2000-04) and the Soccer Plus Goalkeeper Camps (2002).
Hines played on the Northern Virginia Majestics (1999; 2003-05) in the Women's United Soccer League. Before joining the Majestics, Hines played for the Maryland Pride (2000-02).
Hines graduated in 2003 from George Mason, having been a four-year varsity letterwinner as a goalkeeper. During her time at GMU, she was an NSCAA Regional All- American, SoccerBuzz Regional Regional All-American, First-Team All-Virginia and First-Team All-CAA.
She graduated with honors, earning her degree in English, was a CAA Scholar Athlete all four years, received the CAA Commissioner's Academic Award as a senior and was on the Dean's List all four years.