Ronda Brooks enters her first season as the director of soccer operations on head coach Matt
Mott's staff in 2012.
Brooks, no stranger to the SEC, played for Auburn from 2003-06 and garnered several honors
including being named the 2006 SEC Defensive Player of the Year, a two-time All-SEC First
Team Selection, earning two All-America Honors in 2004 and was an All-SEC Academic Team
honoree. While at Auburn, Brooks played for Mott who was an assistant coach with the Tigers
Brooks comes to Oxford from Atlanta, Ga., where she worked as a trainer, conducting small,
group soccer training sessions. She also worked as a paraprofessional at Warren T. Jackson
Elementary school interacting and teaching high-functioning autistic children and was an
assistant coach with the Tophat soccer club.
She also sent time as an assistant coach at Tennessee Tech University from March of 2009 -
August of 2010, where she coached under former Tennessee Tech University head coach and
current Ole Miss assistant coach Becky Fletcher.
Beginning in the summer of 2007, Brooks has played semi-pro soccer with the Atlanta
Silverbacks and served as the team captain of the national championship team in 2011. She
earned her bachelor's degree from Auburn in 2008 with a degree in geography.
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