Tracey is a native of Long Island. She came to western New York to attend William Smith College. She was a four year starter and a national champion during her collegiate experience. Following college, she taught elementary school and completed her masters degree at RIT in school psychology. Coach Britton also continued to play soccer post-college on the Rochester Ravens women’s team, which competes nationally in the WISL. While working as a school psychologist, she was the assistant coach at MCC for six years. During that time, MCC won four regional titles and a national title. In her two years as head coach, her career record is 39-2-2. Both years the Women’s team has won the Regional title and succeeded to the National final placing second in the nation. Tracey was the Regional and Northeastern district coach of the year in 1999, and earned Region III Coach of the year for 2000. She currently holds the NSCAA National License.