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    I mean, let's be honest. If we just went down the road and hired the current Head Coach at St. Scholastica, who has made the championship game 4 out out of the past 6 years and won the Championship game for the largest Division 3 of those years, could we do any worse than the past 7-8 years?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunrunner View Post
    I mean, let's be honest. If we just went down the road and hired the current Head Coach at St. Scholastica, who has made the championship game 4 out out of the past 6 years and won the Championship game for the largest Division 3 of those years, could we do any worse than the past 7-8 years?
    Where's my calculator?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    Where's my calculator?
    St Scholastica over the past six years:

    4 State Championship Game Appearances
    3 State Titles

    Find it hard to believe we must do a national search to do better than Scot's tenure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunrunner View Post
    St Scholastica over the past six years:

    4 State Championship Game Appearances
    3 State Titles

    Find it hard to believe we must do a national search to do better than Scot's tenure.
    In this modern day and age I think it is fair to say that every job search can be done "nationally" without any additional cost or work involved.

    St. Scholastica has been very good and they have produced a good bit of Div 1 talent. I don't remember much specifically about the St. Scholastica coach (which is usually a good thing) but there certainly will be more considered than just winning. Will they be a good "fit" with the community, do they have good recruiting connections, are they M. Lotief in waiting? There are a couple of highly successful coaches in this state at the high school/ club level that would be a disaster for any college team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunRebel View Post
    How does the Olympic Development Program tie in with the US Soccer Fed?

    Honestly, he could be the worst X's and O's coach in the world and this would still be a fantastic hire. He'll be on a first name basis with damn near every top soccer prospect in the state.
    They specifically feed the Olympic team from their specific travel teams country wide. He worked with my daughter earlier this year and was the most organized coach I've ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunrunner View Post
    I mean, let's be honest. If we just went down the road and hired the current Head Coach at St. Scholastica, who has made the championship game 4 out out of the past 6 years and won the Championship game for the largest Division 3 of those years, could we do any worse than the past 7-8 years?
    True Dat.

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    Most of the top line high school coaches are active in their local soccer clubs. Scot and Pogi came from the same population. Make the same mistake three times in a row?

    Besides recruiting for college is totally different than recruiting for high school.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoomZoom View Post
    Most of the top line high school coaches are active in their local soccer clubs. Scot and Pogi came from the same population. Make the same mistake three times in a row?

    Besides recruiting for college is totally different than recruiting for high school.
    What is the salary for a position like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by no1cajunfan View Post
    What is the salary for a position like this?
    Purdue - $46,000
    U of Idaho - $42,000

    Both of these salaries are for the women's coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by no1cajunfan View Post
    What is the salary for a position like this?
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