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Soccer: Coach Scot Wieland resigns after 14 seasons on job

Tim Buckley, The Advertiser, Oct. 22, 2018

UL women’s soccer coach Scot Wieland has resigned after 14 years on the job, Ragin’ Cajuns athletic director Bryan Maggard announced Monday.

Wieland went 93-143-32 at UL, including 3-12-3 during a 2018 season that ended with Sunday’s 2-1 Senior Day home loss in overtime to Georgia State.

The Cajuns haven’t had a winning season under Wieland since 2014.

“We greatly appreciate Scot’s efforts in leading the Louisiana soccer program, and for being a positive influence in the lives of so many student-athletes,” Maggard said in a statement released by the school Monday night. “We wish Scot the very best with his future endeavors.”

According to UL’s statement, assistant coach Lisa Mann will serve as the program’s acting director while a national search for Wieland’s successor is underway.

Athletic Network Footnote by Dr. Ed Dugas.
Click here for Scot Wieland’s Athletic Network profile.

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