Terry Boss leaves Oregon State after five seasons

Terry Boss, who took Oregon State to the NCAA Division I men's tournament in four of his five years in Corvallis, has stepped down as the Beavers' men's coach.

Boss was named Pac-12 Coach of the Year in 2018 and 2021. Oregon State won its first Pac-12 title in 2021 and reached the NCAA Division I men's quarterfinals, falling to eventual champion Clemson in a shootout.

His five years at Oregon State were the most successful in program history with a winning percentage of .649 (49-23-15 record). He spent four seasons as associate head coach at Virginia. In 2013, Boss was the lead assistant at OSU.

In a statement, Oregon State said Boss has left to move into a coaching position in pro soccer. He worked with U.S. national team goalkeepers in 2019 at the start of Gregg Berhalter's tenure. He was a goalkeeper in a seven-year pro career that inlcuded three seasons as a backup with the Seattle Sounders.

Photo: John Todd/ISI Photos

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