Naomi Meiburger enters her seventh year as an assistant coach with the Hoyas. Meiburger specializes in working with the Hoya Defenders and Goalkeepers. She recently earned her NSCAA Advanced National License.
Meiburger has trained Hoya Goalkeepers, Jade Higgins (2004-2007), and most recently, NSCAA/adidas Mid-Atlantic Region All-American, and Third Team All-BIG EAST selection, Jackie DesJardin. During the 2008 season DesJardin broke her own school record for season shutouts (11) as she helped Georgetown set the single-season record for fewest goals allowed (14). DesJardin was named as the Hoyas Defensive MVP for the 2008 season.
In addition to coaching at GU, Meiburger has worked with several area club teams including the Sterling Avalanche, and Reston Football Club. She worked as a goalkeeper coach for the Bethesda Excel, with Georgetown head coach Dave Nolan, the 2005 national runner-up, whose goalkeeper won the Golden Glove. Prior to her work club coaching, Meiburger worked the George Mason University Soccer Camps (2000-04) and the SoccerPlus Goalkeeper Camps (2002).
Meiburger played on the Northern Virginia Majestics (1999; 2003-05), in the Women's United Soccer League. Before joining the Majestics, Meiburger played for the Maryland Pride (2000-02).
Meiburger graduated in 2003 from George Mason, having been a four-year varsity letter winner in women's soccer. During her time at GMU, she was a NSCAA Regional All-American, SoccerBuzz 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, and received the CAA Commissioner's Academic Award as a senior.