Research at Leeds Beckett
Dr Stacey Emmonds
About Dr Stacey Emmonds
Stacey completed her PhD in 2016 at Leeds Beckett University, before becoming a Senior Lecturer in Sports Coaching. Her main areas of teaching and research are in the areas of youth athletic development and sports performance.
Stacey is currently leads paediatric physiology and strength and conditioning modules. Her main areas of interest are paediatric physiology, strength and conditioning, talent development as well as the match and training demands of youth athletes. Stacey's current research focus in on the performance characteristics of youth female soccer players.
Stacey also has extensive experience of working within elite sport. She spent 6 years at Leeds United where she was Head of Sport Science for Leeds United academy. She is currently the Head of Sport Science for Doncaster Rovers Belles and is the lead strength and conditioning coach for England Women's rugby league squad.
- BSc (Hons) Sports Coaching
- BSc (Hons) Physical Education
- MSc Strength and Conditioning
Stacey's current research focuses on talent development as well as the match and training demands of youth athletes. Stacey is currently working with a number of youth female soccer academies to explore the performance characteristics of youth female soccer players.