Nic Ugrin Resigns as Head Coach of Louisville Leopards Girls Soccer
The Louisville Board of Education approved the resignation of Louisville Leopards Girls Soccer Head Coach Nic Ugrin at their December 10 meeting. According to the meeting agenda Ugrin’s resignation was effective November 19, 2018.
Coach Ugrin spent 3 years as the Lady Leopards Varsity Soccer Head Coach compiling a final overall record of 22-24-4 which included an 11-2-1 league record in 2 years in the NBC and a 1-3 record in tournament play.
Ugrin’s most successful season was his first year at the helm in 2016 when he was named Northeastern Buckeye Conference Coach of the Year. Louisville Leopards Girls Soccer finished 12-2-2 overall and finished an undefeated 6-0-1 in the NBC. Louisville tied West Branch 2-2 on the road and both teams claimed a share of the conference as a result.
His lone tournament win also came in 2016 when the Leopards defeated the visiting Perry Panthers 3-1 in the Sectional Semifinals. Louisville would fall at Canfield 5-0 in the Sectional Finals three days later.
The Lady Leopards finished 7-8-2 in 2017 and tied for second place in the league with an NBC record of 5-2. Louisville finished 3-14 this past season, which was its first as an independent.
Ugrin is continuing his career in coaching as an assistant for the Malone Pioneers Women’s Soccer Team. His replacement will be the fifth different head coach of the Louisville Girls Soccer Program since 2012 and eighth overall since the Girls program split off from the Boys in 2003.
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