[GREEN BAY MEN] Former MLS player and assistant coach Kris Kelderman is returning to his native Wisconsin to take over
the men's program at Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Kelderman spent four years as an assistant with Kansas City and D.C. United and had two stints on the staff at George Mason University.
He was a two-time state champion and the Wisconsin Gatorade Player of the Year in 1986 at Neenah High School before starring at Virginia.
He represented the USA at the 1985 Under-16 World Cup.
“I am thrilled to be able to represent Green Bay men’s soccer and its rich tradition,” Kelderman said.
He replaces Tom Poitras, who was named the head coach at Hartford.