Warren Announces Retirement As Women's Soccer Head Coach
GREEN BAY, Wis. (GreenBayPhoenix.com) – After six seasons as the head coach of the Green Bay women’s soccer program, Trevor Warren announced his retirement on Tuesday, effective July 11.
“We want to thank Trevor for leading our women’s soccer program for the past six years,” said Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie. “Under Trevor’s direction, this program has been committed to student-athlete academics and recruiting women who can compete in the classroom and on the field. We wish him all the best in his retirement and future endeavors.”
Warren took over the Phoenix program prior to the 2008 season and has posted a 24-56-21 record. In 2013, Green Bay finished with a 4-8-5 record including taking the title of the Green Bay Phoenix Soccer Tournament with wins over Western Illinois and Eastern Illinois. The team posted a cumulative grade point average of 3.17 to win a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the ninth-straight season.
“I've enjoyed my six seasons at the helm of the women's soccer team and had the pleasure of working with some talented and very hard working players, both in and out of the classroom,” Warren said. “I'm sure they will have a very successful season.”
In 2014, Green Bay is set to welcome back 18 players, including senior Hannah Kernen (Belleville, Wis.), a First-Team All-Horizon League selection in 2013.
A national search for a replacement will begin immediately.
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