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|Full name||Tracy Lynn Grose|
|Place of birth||United States|
|Height||5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
|Southern Illinois University Edwardsville|
|2000||Indiana University (assistant)|
|2001–2008||Northern Arizona University (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Tracy Grose (born in St. Charles, Missouri) is an NCAA soccer coach and former professional soccer player. Grose currently serves as the administrative assistant for the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville men's program.
While playing for JB Marine SC in St. Louis, Mo., Grose was a member of two national championship teams. Grose’s 1998 (U23) and 1993 (U16) squads were champions, while taking third place in 1995 (U18).
- 1998 NSCAA All American (First woman All American in Indiana history); 1998 NSCAA All Great Lakes Region 1st Team; 1998 1st Team All Big Ten; 1998 Indiana school record, single season scoring (37 points on 15 goals, 7 assists); led Indiana to 2nd Round of NCAA tournament
- 1996 Big Ten Freshman Player of the Year; 2nd Team All Big Ten Conference
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