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Home > College Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, April 13, 2010
[PENN STATE MEN] Barry Gorman became the latest big-name men's coach to step down when he resigned as Penn State's coach after 22 years in order to "pursue other professional opportunities." Read the whole story
[GEORGIA WOMEN] In the most high-profile offseason women's coaching move, Patrick Baker stepped down as University of Georgia women's coach citing personal, family and health concerns. Read the whole story
[HARTWICK MEN] Scotsman John Scott, a former Hartwick player and the top assistant at Binghamton the last nine years, has been named the head coach at Hartwick, where he becomes just the seventh head coach in the 54-year history of the men's program. Read the whole story
[UNLV MEN] Former UNLV star Rich Ryerson has been promoted to head men's coach at his alma mater following the resignation of Mario Sanchez, who left to become an assistant at Louisville. Read the whole story
[DIVISION I MEN] After one year as the Brown assistant, Pat Laughlin landed the Bears' top job. Long-time St. John's No. 2 coach Marc Reeves is the new head coach at Radford. For all the offseason moves ... Read the whole story
[DAYTON MEN] Marlon Duran, who started for the USA as its holding midfielder throughout the 2009 Under-17 World Cup, has signed to play for Dayton. Read the whole story
[SAN FRANCISCO MEN] Steve Negoesco, who led the University of San Francisco to five national titles during a career that spanned 39 years (1962-2000), was the first soccer person inducted in the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame when he was honored as part of the class of 2010. Read the whole story



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