National Search To Be Conducted For Women's Soccer Post
Athletic Director Julie Kline has announced that a national search will be conducted to find the Leopards' next head women's soccer coach. Kline also added that the position will be upgraded from its current part-time status to a full-time position beginning in the 2012-13 school year.
"We now have the resources to fund a full-time head coaching position for our women's soccer program which moves us closer to our department's vision of having full-time coaches in each sport program," said Kline.
Women's soccer will become the fifth sport at La Verne within the past four years to move from a part-time to a full-time head coaching position.
According to Kline, a committee will be formed shortly to begin the national search for a new head coach. "We will continue our commitment to have strong and competitive programs in all sports," she said. "We look forward to a search to bring forth dynamic leadership and a strong vision and direction to the women's soccer program."
La Verne finished the 2011 season with a 2-13-3 overall record including a 1-11 mark in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC).