Girish Mahajan

Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Soccer Coach of the Year

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Country  United States
First awarded  1975
Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Soccer Coach of the Year
Awarded for  the best head coach in the Atlantic Coast Conference
Presented by  Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (1975–present)
Currently held by  Bobby Muuss, Wake Forest

The Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Soccer Coach of the Year is an annual award given to the best head coach in the Atlantic Coast Conference during the NCAA Division I men's soccer season. The award has been given since 1975.

Notable winners of the award include: Bruce Arena (who later coached the United States men's soccer team and LA Galaxy), I. M. Ibrahim (who spent his entire coaching career with Clemson University), Anson Dorrance (who later simultaneously coached the University of Carolina's women's soccer team and the United States women's soccer team) and Jay Vidovich (who went on to coach Portland Timbers 2 for a season, before returning to collegiate soccer).

Arena has won the award more times than any other coach, winning it seven times from 1979 until 1995.

References

Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Soccer Coach of the Year Wikipedia


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