BREAKING: UVM Announces New Soccer Coach

The University of Vermont men’s soccer team has named interim head coach Rob Dow the newest head coach of the program. Former head coach Jesse Cormier left earlier this offseason to take the head job at Florida Gulf Coast.

The Catamounts wrapped up a banner season in 2016, advancing to the NCAA Tournament and winning a game in the tournament before falling in a double-overtime thriller to Virginia in the second round of the tournament. It was also a great season of individual accomplishment as senior Brian Wright was drafted No. 20 overall in the MLS Draft by the New England Revolution.


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Breaking: Rob Dow has been promoted to head coach of @UVMmsoccer. Release attached.

Via the press release provided by UVM, the ‘Cats administration was impressed by Dow’s work as an assistant coach, an associate head coach and as the interim head coach in the short time since Cormier left.

He’ll have his work cut out for him, as Wright and Bernard Yeboah have graduated, but the blue print is put in place for the program to stay successful.