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Offseason coaching moves
February 23rd, 2010 2:47AM
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[DIVISION I MEN] VMI head coach Ben Freakley became the 22nd men's coach to step down when he resigned to accept a position as assistant coach at his alma mater, Georgia Southern. For all the offseason moves ...

MEN'S OFFSEASON MOVES
COLLEGE OLD COACH ... NEW COACH
Army
Kurt Swanbeck ... Russell Payne (Maryland assistant)
Brown Mike Noonan (Clemson coach) ... TBA
Campbell
Doug Hess (Drexel) ... Steve Armas (Campbell assistant)
Clemson
Phil Hindson, interim (UNC Pembroke coach) ... Mike Noonan (Brown coach)
Detroit
Morris Lupenec ... Nick Deren, interim (Detroit assistant)
Drexel Lew Meehl ... Doug Hess (Campbell)
Hartwick Ian McIntyre (Syracuse coach) ... TBA
Indiana
Mike Freitag ... Todd Yeagley (Wisconsin coach)
Manhattan Michael Swanwick ... Ashley Hammond (Montclair United SC DOC)
Radford Spencer Smith (Winthrop women's coach) ... TBA
Rutgers
Bob Reasso ... Dan Donigan (Saint Louis)
Saint Louis
Dan Donigan (Rutgers coach) ... TBA
St. Joseph's
Tom Turner ... TBA
Syracuse
Dean Foti ... Ian McIntyre (Hartwick coach)
UIC John Trask (Wisconsin coach) ... Sean Phillips (UIC assistant)
UNC Greensboro Michael Parker ... TBA
UNLV Mario Sanchez (Louisville assistant) ... TBA
VCU Tim O'Sullivan ... Dave Giffard (Akron assistant)
VMI Ben Freakley (Georgia Southern assistant) ... TBA
Wisconsin Todd Yeagley (Indiana coach) ... John Trask (UIC) 
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Jon Coleman ... Chris Whalley (Lees-McRae)
Xavier Dave Schureck ... Andy Fleming (Northwestern associate)



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  1. Zato Ichi
    commented on: February 23, 2010 at 2:32 p.m.
    Unfortunately...it looks like Coach Sanchez's departure was inevitable as UNLV is poised to kill the men's soccer program as part of upcoming budget cuts. :-(

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