Devon Swaim is currently an assistant women’s soccer coach at Bryn Mawr College. Prior to joining the BMC staff in 2019, Swaim coached at Villanova University, Bucks Co. Comm. College, and her alma mater- Neshaminy HS. She has coached elite level travel teams at Lower Merion Soccer Club and the United German Hungarian club.
Swaim began her college career playing at the University of Tennessee. In three years playing for the Volunteers she helped lead the team to multiple NCAA top 10 rankings, two NCAA Tournament berths, with one resulting in a Sweet 16 appearance. After the 2007 campaign, her redshirt freshman year, Swaim was named to the SEC All-Freshman team. In 2008, she and the Lady Vols won the SEC East division title, the regular season title and SEC Conference Championship.
Swaim then transferred closer to home and continued her playing career at West Chester University. Her overall record as a Golden Ram is 37-3-5, winning two PSAC championships and earning two NCAA tournament berths. As a result of her efforts, Swaim was named to the NSCAA All-Region team in 2011.
Growing up, Swaim played club soccer for the F.C. Pennsylvania Strikers and F.C. Bucks Force. She was in and out of U.S. Youth National team camps and was a mainstay on the Region 1 and EPYSA State teams. She played three years at Neshaminy High School and picked up Suburban One League Player of the Year honors in 2006, along with being named to the all-state, all-region and all-league teams.
She was also named to the NSCAA/adidas High School Regional All-American and the Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association (PSCA) All-State Teams in 2004. She also snagged Philadelphia Inquirer Rookie of the Year accolades in 2003.
Devon currently holds a USSF and United Soccer Coaches Association coaching licenses.