Kim Wyant Wants to See More Women Coaching Men’s Soccer

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Sports Illustrated

By Michael Rosen As the first and only woman to coach a NCAA men’s soccer team, the former USWNT goalkeeper wants more athletic directors to hire women. View the original article to see embedded media. Kim Wyant’s life in soccer has spanned multiple decades. Her accomplishments span from a spot on the first United States women’s national soccer team in 1985, to becoming the first and only woman head coach of a college men’s soccer team, leading NYU to an NCAA tournament appearance this past season. Under her guidance the last six seasons, Wyant has led the Violets to three Eastern College Athl…

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