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Sport(s)  Field hockey
1972–1975  West Chester
Title  Head coach
1990–present  Connecticut
Team  Connecticut
Name  Nancy Stevens
Conference  Big East Conference

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Nancy Stevens is the head coach of the Connecticut Huskies field hockey team. As of 2013, she has coached for 24 seasons at UConn, and is the active leader in games coached with 752. She has the most wins of any field hockey coach in Division I history, with 572.


She has made 17 NCAA Tournaments and won 12 Big East championships, a record. After UConn defeated Louisville 6-0 on October 11, 2013, Stevens passed Beth Anders for most wins all time of any Division I field hockey coach. Stevens won her first national championship in 2013 when the Huskies beat the Duke Blue Devils 2-0 in the national championship game. Stevens and the Huskies would repeat as champions the following year with a 1-0 win over Syracuse in the final.

She also coached at Northwestern University for nine years and Franklin & Marshall College for two years.

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