College Soccer News Honors Associate Head Coach Stan Anderson
Feb. 1, 2011
Stan Anderson, associate head coach of the Marquette University men's soccer team, was recognized as one of the top assistant coaches in college soccer by College Soccer News on Monday. The award is handed out annually by College Soccer News to the top assistant coaches across the country for outstanding performance.
Coach Anderson just completed his fifth season as associate head coach by helping the Golden Eagles reach the BIG EAST tournament for the second consecutive season. Anderson focuses on coaching the Marquette goalkeepers, recruiting, and community relations.
"I think it's really great that he gets recognized," said head coach Louis Bennett. " I know all the hard work he does on a day-to-day basis and he deserves to be honored for it." Anderson and Bennett's relationship dates back to their time at University Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where the two coached for 10 season prior to their arrival at Marquette.
Joining Anderson in the 2011 selection class are nineteen of the top assistants from around the country, including three fellow BIG EAST coaches. B.J. Craig (Notre Dame), John Deeley (Connecticut) and Mario Sanchez (Louisville).
Anthony Adams - UMBC
Alex Aldaz - Florida Gulf Coast University
Ryan Anatol - South Florida
Stan Anderson - Marquette
Rob Baarts - Portland
Colin Clarke - Tulsa
John Cedergren - Dartmouth
Chuck Connelly - William and Mary
B.J. Craig - Notre Dame
John Deeley - Connecticut
Jared Embick - Akron
Marco Koolman - Boston College
Pieter Lehrer - California
Troy Lesesne - College of Charleston
Brain Maisonneuve - Indiana
Bert Molinary - South Carolina
Dan Popik - N.C. State (formerly)
Mario Sanchez - Louisville
Michael Seabolt - Missouri State
Carlos Somoano - North Carolina
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