HARRISON, N.J. – Sky Blue FC head coach Freya Coombe Wednesday named Becki Tweed as an assistant coach.

She joins assistant coach Rebecca (Becca) Moros, goalkeeper coach Dean O’Leary, high performance coach Philip Congleton and technical advisor Marcia McDermott.

“I am really excited and grateful to be part of such a great club and group of people,” Tweed said in a statement. “I would like to thank Freya for supporting me and providing this opportunity. I’m excited for the bright future ahead here with Sky Blue.”

Tweed has spent the past several years helping develop players throughout New Jersey. Before joining the Sky Blue staff, she coached multiple teams within the girls’ academy at STA in Morristown. Tweed also worked previously as an assistant coach for Monmouth University’s women’s soccer program, helping guide the team to a conference championship.

Tweed played professionally in England with Millwall and Bristol City. She then took her career to the United States, playing several years with the Jersey Blues and Millburn Magic in the Women’s Premier Soccer League

“I am thrilled to welcome Becki to the Sky Blue FC coaching staff formally,” Coombe said in a statement. “She has made a great contribution to the coaching environment and has been well-received by players and staff alike. It’s fantastic that we can welcome another female coach to the league.”

Sky Blue will begin the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup against the OL Reign on June 30. All preliminary-round games will be broadcast live on CBS All Access.