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Marcie Klebanow
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Indiana
Graduating Year: 2009
Experience: 3 Years
Phone: 765-285-8302
Email: maklebanow@bsu.edu
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Marcie Klebanow
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics
Release: 04/19/2012

Marcie Klebanow completed her second season as an assistant coach at Ball State in 2013, helping the program to its highest win total in six years. She assists in all aspects of the program and works directly with the Cardinals’ goalkeepers.

Klebanow served in the summer of 2013 as the head coach of the gold-medal-winning United States Junior Girls’ Jewish National Team for the 19th Maccabiah Games in Israel. Her team went unbeaten at 7-0 for the tournament and out-scored the opposition 24-0.

In 2013, Ball State led the Mid-American Conference and ranked among the top 50 in the country in both save percentage (20th) and goals against average (47th). Klebanow’s goalkeepers -- Layne Schramm and Brooke Dennis -- combined for nine shutouts, one shy of the school record. Schramm led the league in individual save percentage and goals against average, while Dennis also ranked in the top five in both categories.

Klebanow helped guide the Cardinals to an overall record of 11-7-4 in 2013, culminating with the program’s first ever appearance in the MAC Tournament championship game.

A native of Cleveland, Ohio, and a graduate of Indiana University, Klebanow came to Ball State after previous collegiate assistant coaching stops at USC Upstate and Wagner.

In 2012, her first season at Ball State, she helped the Cardinals to an overall record of 8-7-5. Ball State’s 5-5-3 Mid-American Conference record and No. 5 seed in the league’s postseason tournament were the best for the program since 2007. Klebanow tutored Ball State goalkeeper Aubrey Buehler, who posted a 0.83 goals against average and four shutouts during the conference season in 2012.

Klebanow holds the NSCAA Premier Coaching Diploma, the pinnacle of the Residential Academy offerings. She also holds the NSCAA National Goalkeepers Diploma and the USSF National D License.

She spent the 2011 season at USC Upstate as the top assistant, working with both the goalkeepers and field players. She was the team recruiting and travel coordinator while acting as the team liaison with the compliance department. During her time, two Spartans earned Atlantic Sun postseason accolades.

Klebanow also served as the USC Upstate interim head coach in the spring of 2012. She was responsible for all activities during the Spartans’ spring season, including all recruiting activities, spring practices and games, as well as controlling the program's budget.

Prior to USC Upstate, Klebanow spent two years as an assistant coach/goalkeeper coach at Wagner College. She helped tutor the Seahawks' first ever all-conference recipient as Julie Vigliotti picked up Northeast Conference (NEC) Second Team honors in 2009. She monitored the Wagner student-athletes’ academic progress, seeing the Seahawks post the highest GPA in the NEC in both 2009 and 2010.

Klebanow was an assistant coach at Bloomington High School South in Indiana for the 2007 and 2008 seasons, helping the Panthers to back-to-back conference championships. She was a volunteer coach at Indiana University in 2005-06.

In February 2010, Klebanow served as the Region I '96 Girls Administrator at the Inter-Regional Camp in Pomona, Calif. She was the team trainer and American liaison for the Russian U-14 National Team in July 2010, the first time an international squad came to the United States for a regional event. She has also served on both Indiana and New Jersey state Olympic Development Program staffs.

Klebanow earned a bachelor’s degree in secondary education with a focus in language arts from Indiana in 2009. She earned her master's degree in education with a focus in literacy from Wagner in 2011.