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Men's Division I Coaching Changes
May 19th, 2009 8AM

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Three former MLS players -- Kevin Anderson (Columbia), Clint Peay (Richmond) and Todd Yeagley (Wisconsin) -- have accepted positions as head coaches at Division I programs. For all the Division I men's coaching moves ...

BOWLING GREEN Fred Thompson ... Eric Nichols (Davidson assistant)
COLUMBIA
Leo Chappel (UC Santa Barbara assistant) .... Kevin Anderson (Boston College assistant)
CORNELL
Bryan Scales (UMass-Lowell coach) ... Jaro Zawislan (Syracuse assistant)
HOLY CROSS Elvis Comrie ... Ted Priestly (UMass-Lowell coach)
NAVY Rich Miranda ... Dave Brandt (Messiah coach)
OAKLAND
Gary Parsons ... Eric Pogue (Oakland assistant)
RICHMOND Jeff Gettler ... Clint Peay (George Mason assistant)
WESTERN MICHIGAN Chris Karwoski ... Stu Riddle (Fairfield assistant)
WISCONSIN Jeff Rohrman (Middleton Yahara Soccer Club assistant technical director) ... Todd Yeagley (Indiana assistant)
WRIGHT STATE Mike Tracy ... Bryan Davis (George Washington assistant)



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