Men's Coach of the Year Todd Yeagley follows in father's footsteps

[SOCCER AMERICA AWARDS] Todd Yeagley, who led Indiana to the NCAA Division I title was named the Soccer America Men's Coach of the Year nine years after his father, Jerry, won the same honor in his final year as the Hoosiers' head coach.

Todd Yeagley, who played for Indiana in the NCAA Division I final four in all four years as a player under his father, took the Hoosiers to the College Cup for the first time since 2004 when they won their seventh national title under his predecessor, Mike Freitag.

Todd Yeagley, who played the first seven seasons in MLS for the Columbus Crew, returned to Bloomington in 2009 after one season as the head coach at Big Ten rival Wisconsin.

MEN'S COACHES OF THE YEAR
2012 -- Todd Yeagley (Indiana)
2011 -- Carlos Somoano (North Carolina)
2010 -- Ken Lolla (Louisville)
2009 -- George Gelnovatch (Virginia)
2008 -- Joe Baum (Michigan State)
2007 -- Jim DeRose (Bradley)
2006 -- Marlon LeBlanc (West Virginia)
2005 -- Ken Lolla (Akron)
2004 -- Jeremy Fishbein (New Mexico)
2003 -- Jerry Yeagley (Indiana)
2002 -- Ed Kelly (Boston College)
2001 -- Dave Masur (St. John's)

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