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Sky Blue FC Names Alyse LaHue General Manager

September 3, 2019 - National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) - Sky Blue FC News Release

Howell, NJ - Sky Blue FC of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) has named Alyse LaHue as General Manager.

"Alyse is the consummate professional, a fearless innovator, and a respected leader who has been enthusiastically embraced by our fans and players," said Owner Representative Tammy Murphy. "We are proud to have a strong woman at the helm of our franchise. Alyse's talents and dedication are driving Sky Blue forward as we strive to become a preeminent club in professional women's soccer."

LaHue is one of only two women currently holding the title of General Manager in the NWSL and is the first woman in league history to serve as General Manager in both Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) and the NWSL. Her vast experience in professional soccer began in 2008, when she served in a variety of roles for the Chicago Red Stars of WPS and the NWSL, including as the club's General Manager from 2012 - 2016. She joined Sky Blue in 2018 as Vice-President and has been serving as the Interim General Manager since April.

"I am excited and energized to have the confidence of the team, the staff, the fans, and ownership as we institute a new culture for Sky Blue," said LaHue. "We've started taking steps towards a grand vision for this club and will continue to strive every day to bring it closer to reality. The fans and players deserve no less in this incredible market, and I'm honored to have this opportunity to drive women's soccer forward."

LaHue is the co-founder of youth non-profit Gonzo Soccer, Girls Soccer & Leadership Academy. The company started as an after-school soccer clinic focused on elite soccer training, academic assistance, and life skills. Over the last ten years, Gonzo Soccer has developed programs in 13 different communities across three countries. She also serves on the Women Coaches Advocacy Group of United Soccer Coaches, which advocates for the advancement of female coaches and executives.


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