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WINTER NAMED SAC COACH OF THE YEAR

Head men’s soccer coach Jack Winter was named the 2018 South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year after his team captured its first regular season conference championship in program history. Prior to his tenure, LR men’s soccer had not qualified for the playoffs in 10 years.

During his third season as head coach, Winter guided the Bears to a 10-5 record in the regular season and a 7-3 record in conference play. Winter has won at least 10 games in all three seasons and becomes the second men’s soccer coach in program history to be named SAC Coach of the Year. 

Winter won a Division II National Championship as a player at Lynn University in 2012. He transferred to Lynn after attending Hartpury College in England, where he also won an English Colleges’ Football Association National Championship. Winter was named an All-Conference, All-Region and All-American Player while at Lynn.

 

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WINTER NAMED SAC COACH OF THE YEAR
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Head men’s soccer coach Jack Winter was named the 2018 South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year after his team captured its first regular season conference championship in program history. Prior to his tenure, LR men’s soccer had not qualified for the playoffs in 10 years.

During his third season as head coach, Winter guided the Bears to a 10-5 record in the regular season and a 7-3 record in conference play. Winter has won at least 10 games in all three seasons and becomes the second men’s soccer coach in program history to be named SAC Coach of the Year. 

Winter won a Division II National Championship as a player at Lynn University in 2012. He transferred to Lynn after attending Hartpury College in England, where he also won an English Colleges’ Football Association National Championship. Winter was named an All-Conference, All-Region and All-American Player while at Lynn.

 

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