Lisa Shattuck enters her fourth season as UCLA’s assistant coach. In her first three seasons at UCLA, she helped guide the Bruins to the 2000 NCAA College Cup, the 1998 Pac-10 title and an impressive 51-13-3 overall record.
Prior to arriving in Westwood, Shattuck served as the assistant women’s soccer coach at California Lutheran for three years. In her three seasons at Cal Lutheran (1995-97), she helped lead the Regals to an impressive 47-11-2 overall record. The Regals recorded a perfect 12-0 record in conference play in both 1996 and 1997 and advanced to the first round of the Division III playoffs in all three seasons.
Shattuck has experience at the head coaching position as well, as she stepped in for head coach Dan Kuntz when scheduling conflicts with the men’s soccer team occurred. A four year letterwinner at UC Santa Barbara, Shattuck, formerly Lisa Ferragamo, received All-Far West honors in 1991 and 1992. She graduated with a degree in Biological Sciences in 1995.
Shattuck has also coached the Under-10, U-11 and U-13 Camarillo Eagles Soccer Club team since 1997. An accomplished player, Shattuck has been a member of the extremely successful club team Ajax since 1990. In 1992, she was a member of the National Amateur team and has been a member of the Southern California ODP State team for over eight years. She was also a member of the West Region ODP Team at the Olympic Festival in Denver, CO in July of 1995. Shattuck’s playing experience also includes her time with the semi-pro soccer team, the Southern California Nitemares, from 1995-96.
A four-year letterwinner at Agoura High School, Shattuck was named All-CIF Defensive Player of the Year. She helped lead her team to four straight CIF titles and was part of the longest win streak in CIF history, 46 wins from 1987-90.
Lisa and Jeff Shattuck were married in April of 1997 and currently reside in Thousand Oaks. Shattuck was born on March 15, 1971 in Panorama City, CA.