Erika Duncan
Erika  Duncan

Easthaven, Scotland, UK

Assistant Women's Soccer Coach

Alma Mater:
Marshall '11


@HerdWSoccer to Spend Labor Day Weekend at Home

Marshall to host Ohio, Eastern Kentucky at Veterans Memorial Soccer Complex


@HerdWSoccer’s Arnold Earns C-USA Weekly Honors

Junior forward posted five points over the weekend


BOGACZYK: Culicerto Goes from ‘Sister, Sister’ to Solo

The Word on the Herd-Aug. 5, 2015


@HerdWSoccer's Culicerto Earns NSCAA All-Region Honors

First Marshall player since 2010 to earn award


@HerdWSoccer Topped by North Texas in C-USA Quarterfinal, 2-0

Marshall finishes 2014 season at 7-7-5, 4-3-3

Duncan returns to the Marshall women's soccer program as one of the most decorated players in Thundering Herd history. A four-year letterwinner at forward from 2007-2010, she holds the Marshall record for most career goals (23) and most career game winning goals (eight). In 2009, she tied for most consecutive matches with a goal (four). She boasts the second-most career shots with 140; third-most career points with 54 and twice tied for third-most goals in a season with nine (2008, 2009).

Other accolades include second team All-C-USA in (2009, 2010), C-USA Player of the Week (2008, 2010), second team NSCAA All-Region (2010), honorable mention NSCAA Scholar All-Region (2009), second team Academic All-C-USA (2009) and C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll (2007-10).

Prior to Marshall, Duncan played for the Scottish women's national team at the U17 and U19 levels and was a squad player for the full national team.

After she graduated with a bachelor's in exercise science in 2011, Duncan decided to continue her career at Marshall by pursuing a master's degree in sport administration, graduating in May 2013. During graduate school she worked as a personal trainer at the Marshall Campus Recreation Center.

Duncan has been working with the West Virginia Soccer Club girl's academy since 2011. She is the U10 head coach and assists the U14 girls team. She holds a U.S. Soccer D Coaching License.