Sue-Moy Chin is in her third year as assistant coach at Notre Dame after serving in the same role at Florida International from 1994-96. Her duties as assistant coach include game preparations, including scouting and video analysis, and coaching the goalkeepers. She also assists with various administrative duties for the women's soccer program.
Chin previously assisted her sister Carla Chin-Baker with the Irish goalkeepers in 1997 and 1998. In 1997, the Chins coached goalkeeper LaKeysia Beene to both Notre Dame and BIG EAST Conference single-season shutout records. Beene blanked 18 opponents in 25 games in 1997. In 1998, Beene and Elizabeth Wagner combined to shut out combined to shut out 16 opponents and compiled a 0.62 goals-against average under the Chins' tutelage.
Chin was an integral part of the Florida International women's soccer program for seven years, four as one of best players in school history and three as assistant coach. A four-year letterwinner for the Golden Panthers, Chin holds school goalkeeper records for shutouts in a single season (7) and career (20).
She was an honorable mention Soccer News All-American in 1993, a two-time all-conference and three-time all-Florida selection at Florida International. During her career, Chin started 58 consecutive games in the net with a career 1.10 goals-against average before a finger injury forced her out of the net and into the midfield her senior year. She continued to lead the team as a midfielder by scoring two goals in seven games.
Born February 2, 1972, the native of Scarborough, Ontario, was a member of the Canadian under-20 national team prior to arriving at Florida International. She won letters in soccer, volleyball, basketball, field hockey and track at Aurora High School where she was two-time athlete of the year.