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Zak Kruger named Seton Hill women’s soccer coach

Bill Beckner
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Zak Kruger was named women’s head soccer coach at Seton Hill, the university announced Thursday.

Kruger replaces Andy McNab, who resigned after four seasons to take a coaching job at Barton College in Wilson, N.C.

Kruger was the head coach at Wilson College in Chambersburg last year. He also was a graduate assistant coach for the men’s and women’s teams at Shippensburg for two years. Other coaching stops included Millersville and Lancaster Bible College.

When he played goalkeeper at Millersville, the Marauder made the PSAC playoffs twice and reached the NCAA Division II Sweet 16, as well as landing a No. 4 ranking nationally.

“I am really looking forward to being here,” Kruger said. “This is a tremendous opportunity at Seton Hill and I feel we have the potential to build a successful and sustainable program.”

Kruger also worked with a few professional teams, including the Baltimore Kings, Harrisburg City Islanders, and in the Hershey FC National Premier Soccer League.

Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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