Antoinette Marjanovic will begin her first season at the University of Kansas after joining the Jayhawk staff as an assistant coach in March, 2008.
Marjanovic served as the interim head coach at the University of Nevada-Reno during the 2007 season, after three seasons as an assistant with the Wolfpack.
Marjanovic helped lead the Pack to its best season in program history in 2006 as Nevada turned in program highs for wins (13), goals (43), points (126) and shutouts (12). In addition, she helped guide the Pack to its first WAC Tournament title and first NCAA Tournament appearance. During her time at Nevada, Marjanovic helped recruit three consecutive Soccer Buzz top-ranked recruiting classes in the WAC.
Prior to coaching at Nevada, Marjanovic was the assistant women's varsity coach at Division III Elmira College in Elmira, N.Y., where she also served as the head women's junior varsity coach.
An accomplished athlete in her own right, Marjanovic had an impressive playing career while playing for the Arizona State Sun Devils from 1997-2001. She was named Arizona State's Rookie of the Year in 1997 as well as being named All-Pac-10 second-team in 1997 and 2000. She was the first ASU soccer player to garner all-conference honors.
She left her mark in ASU's record book, finishing her career second all- time in points (64), game-winning goals (seven) and assists (18). She ranks third all-time in goals with 23. Her accolades weren't just confined to the playing field, as she was a Maroon and Gold Scholar-Athlete from 1999-2001 in addition to being named Academic All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention in 2000.
Marjanovic, who grew up in Los Angeles, Calif., is a former member of the Croatian National Team. She currently holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Advanced National Diploma.
She earned a bachelor's degree in education from Arizona State in 2002 and her master's degree in educational leadership at Nevada in 2007.