Vianney Campos
Vianney  Campos

Head Coach


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Vianney Campos is in her fourth year with the Aggies after being named the head coach of UC Davis' re-established women's field hockey program in November of 2008. Campos came to UC Davis after serving as an assistant coach at Pacific for the previous two years. Prior to that, she completed a stellar playing career for the Tigers. She is 15-37 over her first three seasons of the Aggies' fledgling program.

Her mark on the Aggie program has already been strong. After leading the Aggies to three wins during their inaugural season in 2009, Campos directed the program to more than double that total to seven victories in 2010. In 2011, the Aggies played an ambitious schedule with three trips to the east coast including games against nationally ranked program. That helped result in UC Davis receiving votes in the Kookaburra/NFHCA Top 20 poll.

UC Davis has made an early practice of playing many of the country's top teams and it's already gained respect by extending powerhouse programs Cal and Stanford to overtime in games during the 2010 campaign. UC Davis also went over time with Cal in 2011.

Campos assisted in all facets of Pacific's women's field hockey program before coming to the Aggies. She served as a Futures coach for USA Field Hockey and served the organization in a volunteer capacity at its 2007 U-14 Regional Rumble. In addition, she provided a wealth of experience coaching at various camps in some of the strongest recruiting areas in the nation. Campos also directed the Pacific Tiger Cub Camp.

As a four-year starter at Pacific, Campos helped lead the Tigers to 39 victories. As a senior, she led the nation in points per game (3.79) and goals per game (1.68). In all, she posted 32 goals and tallied 72 points during her final season. Also that year, Campos was named first-team All-America by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA). She was also selected to play in the 2006 NFHCA Senior All-Star game. Her collegiate career featured three conference offensive player of the year awards as well as being named to the NorPac First Team All-Conference Team all four years. Campos was named to the NFHCA All-West Region Team four times.

In addition to her Tiger career, Campos has been a member of the USA National Team Developmental Squad since 2007. She has traveled with the team to compete in Azerbaijan as well as in various games against Canada and a team from Japan.

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