Kyle Hagenburger Chosen As Newest Men's Soccer Coach
Riverdale, N.Y. - The College of Mount Saint Vincent's Director for Athletics and Recreation, Barima Yeboah, announced the hiring of Kyle Hagenburger on Monday. Coach Hagenburger will take over a men's soccer program that went 10-7-1 and made an appearance in the Skyline Conference semi-final in 2017. " I want to thank Barima [Yeboah], James [Mooney] and the athletic department staff for this opportunity," Hagenburger told CMSVAthletics.com. "CMSV has a strong program that is clearly on the rise. The school and athletic program has the structure to build a regional powerhouse." Coach Hagenburger has an extensive resume coaching across various levels of both men's and women's soccer. His most recent stint came as an assistant coach for the Menlo College women's program in Menlo Park, California, where he also served as a scout and recruiter. Before Menlo College, Coach Hagenburger was an assistant coach for both the men's and women's prorgram's at San Diego Christian College, as well as the men's assistant coach for Southwestern Community College in Chula Vista, California. During his time at SCC, Coach Hagenburger helped lead his team to a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Championship in 2013. Coach Hagenburger has also spent time leading various club and high school teams in the California area as well. On the club circuit, he's been a part of the Palo Alto Soccer Club, San Diego United Futbol Club, Alpine Strikers, Albion Soccer Club and Crusarders Soccer Club, with job titles including Staff Coach, College Placement Director and Director of Coaching. At the high school level, Coach Hagenburger created the soccer program at King Chavez Community High School, was the head varsity coach for Crawford High School and was an assistant varsity coach and head junior varsity coach at Saint Augustine High School. With the success from last season combined with a number of returning players, Coach Hagenburger is thinking big for 2018 and beyond. "This year we expect to build on the success of last season and compete for the Skyline title. As for the future, we want the program to be regionally and nationally competitive every season."
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