The Coyote women's soccer team had its challenges in 2015, but new head coach Jeremy Evans focused on the bright spots and worked towards developing talent. With most of the 2014 players gone, Coach Evans started the season with a nearly empty roster. But despite these challenges, the young women who came out to play won their first exhibition game, and then battled through one of the more difficult schedules in the region. They finished fourth in the Golden Valley Conference with a 6-11-1 overall record, missing the playoffs after finishing outside the top 16 in Northern CA.
Two standouts were sophomores and South Lake Tahoe locals MacKenna Lynn and Brianna Carroll, who both turned in all-conference performances. Lynn was selected as First-Team All League center back, and Carroll was chosen as a Second-Team All League midfielder. Freshman Rosaura Guerrero-Escobedo (Las Vegas, NV), who led the team with 12 goals and two assists, was named First-Team All League after establishing herself as one of the top players in the conference. Another Tahoe native, Kendall Eagan, was named Second-Team All Conference in her first season with LTCC.