Huether enters her first season as a volunteer assistant coach for the 2015 season at Navy. She spent two years as an assistant coach (2006-08) and two years as a volunteer assistant coach (2008-10) at William & Mary. Huether will be the third member of Navy's staff and coach the goalkeepers.
Primarily assisting with the Tribe's defense and goalkeepers, she was instrumental in helping a pair of keepers garner all-conference honors. As a freshman in 2008, Emily Geary earned all-league distinction after leading the Colonial Athletic Association and ranking 12th nationally with 10.16 saves per game. Additionally, Geary was fifth in the country with 193 saves and ranked second in the league with a .483 save percentage, a figure that ranked 17th nationally.
Huether graduated from Duke University in 2006 after a standout career in the cage. She started all 79 games of her career, finished with a record of 60-17, and set school records for minutes played (4,505) and saves (646). Huether ranks second in Blue Devil history in career goals against average (7.67), third in save percentage (.529) and fourth in ground balls (175). In 2005, she was named the IWLCA Goalie of the Year after leading Duke to the ACC Tournament title and the NCAA semifinals. A two-time All-ACC selection, Huether led the Blue Devils back to the ACC finals and the NCAA semifinals while going 18-2 in goal as a senior.
A member of the US NationalTeam from 2004-2006 and 2008-2013. She helped guide Team USA to twoWorld Championships, one in 2009 (Prague) and one in2013 (Canada). Huether was also a member of the 2012 touring team that traveled to Canada to play in the North America Challenge. She finished her tenure as a member of Team USAafter the 2013 World Cup.
Huether graduated from Duke in May 2006 with a bachelor's degree in psychology. She also earned her master of education in community counseling at William and Mary in May 2010.