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2. ON THE MOVE: Wake's Muuss lands Denver job
February 8th, 2007 4:03AM
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Wake Forest assistant Bobby Muuss has been hired to fill the men's head coaching vacancy at Denver following Chad Ashton's decision to leave Denver to become an assistant at D.C. United.

Muuss worked closely the last three years with Demon Deacon goalie Brian Edwards, who set school records with 13 shutouts last season and 31 in his career, and he had a big role in recruiting. Wake's classes have ranked among the nation's best in each of the last six years.

Elsewhere ...

San Francisco named UCLA women's assistant Mark Carr as its new women's head coach. Carr spent four seasons as an assistant coach at UCLA, helping the Bruins to four consecutive Pac-10 titles, four College Cup berths, highlighted by two appearances in the NCAA Division I championship game. He graduated from Bournemouth University in his native England in 2001. Carr replaces Pam Kalinoski after the Dons went 5-13-2 in 2006.

Katie Poynter stepped down as the Sacramento women's coach after three years to spend more time with her family. Assistant coach Randy Dedini will replace Poynter, who led Sac State to a 10-7-4 record in 2006 -- a big improvement from the 3-15-0 record in her first season.

Jon Ireland, the women's coach at NAIA school Faulkner, has been hired as the new women's soccer coach at Lipscomb.


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