Worcester, Mass. – Former team captain and four-year standout Jenna Zarou has been named an assistant coach with the Clark University women's soccer program it was announced by head coach Brie Smith and confirmed by Director of Athletics and Recreation, Trish Cronin.
Zarou will assist in all aspects of the program including, recruiting, practice planning and student-athlete development.
"From day one of preseason, to my last game as a senior, the women's soccer program was a huge reason why I loved Clark so much," said Zarou. "I have been away from the team for too long and I can't wait to be a part of something so special again."
Zarou saw action in 68 career games, making 65 all-time starts, finishing with 23 points (nine goals, seven assists).
As a sophomore, Zarou was named to the NEWMAC Second-Team All-Conference squad after helping the Scarlet and White advance to the conference semifinals.
A 2014 graduate of Clark University with a double major in psychology and education, Zarou earned her master's degree in teaching from Clark in 2015.
Originally from Garden City, N.Y., she is currently a fifth grade teacher at the Goddard School of Science and Technology less than a mile away from the Clark campus.