Angela Kerr joined Fraser's staff in 2012 as the JV1 team head coach, where her primary responsibility is preparing younger players for their future on Fraser and Alan's Varsity team.

Angie is now in her 5th season of professional soccer, and her 2nd season as an original member of the defending national championship Portland Thorns team, where she has been re-united with several of her former US Women's National Team and University of Portland Teammates. Prior to joining the Thorns, she played professionally for St Louis Athetlca in 2009, Atlanta Beat in 2010, and Sky Blue FC in 2011, and was selected to the league all-star team in 2010.

She played for the US Women's National Team from 2006 through 2009, playing in multiple international tournaments including the Four Nations Cup and the Algarve Cup. She was also a member of the US Women's U16, U17, U19, U21, and U23 national teams, winning the U19 World Cup championship in 2004 and winning the U23 Nordic Cup championship in 2007. In 2004 she won both the Silver Ball and Bronze Boot awards during the U19 World Cup tournament.

Angie played college soccer at the University of Portland, as a four-year letter winner, four-time West Coast Conference champion (2003-2007), two-time NCAA quarterfinalist (2006, 2007), and NCAA Champion (2005). She was a three-time NCAA All American and a three-time All-WCC First Team All-Star, as well as the WCC Player of the Year (2007).

She has coached at Women's Professional League soccer camps, University of Portland soccer camps, and at Kennesaw State University. Angie graduated from UP with a Bachelor of Science in Life Science with a focus in Health and Physical Education, and is currently a sports performance specialist at L.O. FITT in Lake Oswego.

Angie knows what it takes to play at all levels, and the importance strength and conditioning has to becoming a better athlete. She has a strong background in speed and quickness training as well as conditioning, and has a passion for helping youth players develop into stronger more functional athletes. She somehow manages to continue her professional soccer playing career, work at L.O. FITT, and coach at Lake Oswego High School, all at the same time