Dell comes to Racing Louisville after nine-plus years with the U.S. Soccer Federation, having spent his entire stint there with the Women’s National Team. The University of Missouri graduate started as an equipment manager in 2013 and worked his way to his most recent role, serving as the leader of team operations. He has played an integral role in the team’s preparations for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and was part of the support staff for the U.S. teams that won the 2015 and 2019 World Cups.
A St. Louis native, Dell won two World Cups with the U.S. Women’s National Team, first as assistant equipment manager in 2015, then as the head equipment manager in 2019. He was promoted to Team Administrator shortly after the 2019 tournament.
Dell’s work as the USWNT Administrator and Team Manager focused on operations and logistics, ranging from preparing and managing the team’s budget, schedule and travel to overseeing management and administration of issues related to the team’s collective bargaining agreement.
Known for her attention to detail, tactical nous and dedication to individual development, Yanez immediately impressed Racing players upon her arrival in Louisville as an assistant in 2023. She was named head coach in November ahead of the 2024 season.
A former standout player for the Seattle-based club now known as OL Reign, Yanez worked three years in the National Women’s Soccer League as an assistant coach after retiring, spending two seasons with NJ/NY Gotham FC before moving to Louisville in 2023. She helped Racing reach this year’s UKG NWSL Challenge Cup final and helped lead Gotham’s run to the 2021 Challenge Cup final and the 2021 NWSL Playoffs.
Yanez has also worked as a coach in the youth soccer ranks, including stints with the U-15 U.S. Soccer Youth National Team and the OL Reign academy as well as the Juventus Academy and COPA Soccer Training Center in California.
The California native, who grew up near Los Angeles in Moreno Valley, earned her U.S. Soccer Federation A-Senior license in 2023.
The first-ever NWSL Draft pick from the University of Miami, Yanez won two NWSL Shields and was a Best XI selection and finalist for the league MVP award in 2015. Her playing career included stops in Australia, Finland and Japan – where she won the league’s golden boot in 2013 – in addition to her time in the U.S. She helped OL Reign reach two NWSL finals, tallying 25 goals and nine assists in 123 appearances.
Yanez has won at every level, both as a player and coach. She won the 2011 Women’s Professional Soccer League title with the Western New York Flash; the 2011 Finnish Naisten Liiga crown with PK-35; back-to-back Japanese Nadeshiko League championships with INAC Kobe; and the 2017 Australian W-League crown with Melbourne City.
Moscato came to Louisville with a long list of soccer accomplishments, including three World Cup trips, an Olympic bronze medal and a Concacaf gold medal as a player for the Canada Women’s National Team and a Liga MX Femenil title as the head coach and technical director at UANL Tigres in Mexico.
The Mississauga, Ontario, native has held an array of professional roles since her retirement as a player in 2016. Moscato has coached at the college, youth national team and pro levels – and she has also been a league commissioner and a director of football – with her career taking her to Australia, the Bahamas, Denmark, Mexico and the U.S.
Moscato even has a previous connection to Louisville: She worked three seasons as an assistant for Karen Ferguson-Dayes at the University of Louisville in the late 2000s while still playing professionally.
Sowerby moves to the NWSL after posting a 46-23-11 mark in four years as a collegiate head coach. At Oklahoma Christian, Sowerby’s team posted a 10-win turnaround between his first and second seasons, earning a spot in the Division II Lone Star Conference championship in 2022.
He comes to Racing with experience across multiple levels of the sport. In addition to his college coaching work, he served as the academy director at Edmond Soccer Club in the greater Oklahoma City area. He was the camp director for Nike Soccer Camps in Oklahoma City.
He was an assistant coach for three years at his alma mater, Division II program Rogers State University, following his collegiate career. As a player, Sowerby was a three-time all-conference player who registered more minutes than any other non-goalkeeper in Rogers State program history.
Gonzalez joined Racing in 2021 after a stint as Indiana University’s women’s associate head coach. He boasts more than two decades of coaching experience, including additional collegiate stops at Dayton, Slippery Rock, NJIT and Ohio State. Internationally, he has also coached goalkeepers for the U-16 and U-17 national teams.
Head of High Performance
Twaddle joined Racing in 2022 after spending time in England as Durham Women FC’s head of performance. Prior to that, she served as Manchester City’s head of strength and conditioning. She worked at Man City with current Racing forward Nadia Nadim. Twaddle earned her MSc in Exercise Science at Central Connecticut State University, where she was a member of the school’s first women’s soccer team. She was named Northeast Conference Player of the Year in 1998 and was inducted into CCSU’s Hall of Fame in 2016.
Director of Operations
Caitlyn Milby, formerly Flores, joined Racing in 2022 as director of operations. Prior to moving into her current role, Milby spent two years as the facility manager for Soccer Holdings. She previously served as the National Events Coordinator with the Elite Clubs National League, working in a vital operations role for the top youth soccer circuit in the country. Milby holds a bachelor’s degree in sports administration from the University of Louisville, where she played for the soccer team, and a master’s degree in sports leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Head Equipment Manager
Kanuch joined Racing in the spring of 2022 after working with Georgetown University athletics and the Washington Spirit. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, she also spends time working with U.S. Soccer and its youth national teams during the offseason. Kanuch is also the proud owner of a mini-poodle mix named Sparky.
Head Athletic Trainer
Condon joined Racing in 2022 after spending the previous two years working with New York City FC’s youth academy. She has also served as an assistant athletic trainer and graduate assistant at Grand Canyon University and the University of North Carolina. A native of Tomkins Cove, N.Y., Condon has presented research at conferences across the globe and holds ATC, CSCS, PRI and BFR certifications.
Assistant Head Athletic Trainer
Clarke has joined Racing Louisville for the 2023 season after spending the past three years in the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) with Michigan Stars FC and Syracuse Pulse. Growing up in the suburbs of Detroit, she attended Michigan State University and graduated with a double major in athletic training and kinesiology.