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Larry Sullivan (soccer)

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Playing position  Midfielder
Name  Larry Sullivan
Years  Team
Role  Soccer player

1970-1973  Temple University
Education  Temple University
Years  Team
Position  Midfielder
Place of birth  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1978-1979  St. Joseph's University (assistant)

Larry Sullivan is a former American collegiate head men's soccer coach and retired letter carrier for the US Postal Service. From 1991 to 2007, he served as the head men's soccer coach at Villanova University. In 17 years, he compiled a 104–155–28 losing record. Prior to that from 1983 to 1991, he served as the head men's soccer coach at Father Judge High School. He started his coaching career in 1978 at St. Joseph's University. He is currently the head coach of the Camden Catholic High School varsity boys soccer team in Cherry Hill, NJ.

He was a three-year varsity letter winner at Northeast Catholic High School where he played soccer. He was voted All-Catholic twice and was part of three PCL championship teams. After high school, he joined the United States Army, and served in Vietnam. He received a Purple Heart, two Bronze Stars of medal, and the Army Accommodation Award of valor. Mr Sullivan then played College soccer at Temple U. from 1970 to 1972. Sullivan then played for the Philadlephia Spartans Professional Soccer Team. Larry Sullivan is in both the North Catholic Soccer Hall of Fame and the Father Judge Hall of Fame.


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