Friday, June 29, 2007
Stoots joined the Buccaneers in 2004 and has spent the past three seasons assisting Henson in all facets of running the program with a focus on goalkeeper training.
"Andy is a tremendous young coach. He is dedicated to the program and puts in limitless hours into ETSU soccer. After only three years with me, I truly feel Andy deserves this new title. He helps tremendously in every facet to maximize the program to its fullest potential. I am glad that we were able to make this change," said Henson.
Prior to ETSU, Stoots served as an assistant coach for the Troy State women's soccer program, helping them improve to a 9-9-0 finish from a 4-14-1 record the previous year. As the team's goalkeeping coach, Stoots helped guide
In 2002, Stoots served as an assistant coach for the men's and women's soccer programs at
From 2002-2003, Stoots was the head director of goalkeepers and a staff coach in the Tri-Cities Force Soccer Club. During that time, he also served as a staff goalkeeper coach for
In addition to his coaching experience, Stoots played as a goalkeeper at Milligan for four seasons, serving as team captain his junior and senior seasons. He helped lead the team to a 15-7 record in 2001, setting a school record for wins. Stoots also holds individual honors at Milligan for career shutouts, career goals against average, and wins.
"This year has been an exciting time for ETSU Soccer. We are completing our new soccer stadium, beginning a new men's soccer team and a commitment to the women's team with Andy's new title," added Henson.
For all ETSU women's soccer information for the upcoming 2007 season please visit www.ETSUBucs.com.
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