April 10, 2012

Hamline men's coach resigns

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Jon Lowery, who has been the head men’s soccer coach at Hamline for the past three seasons, announced his resignation. In addition to serving as head soccer coach, Lowery also served as chairman of the physical education department and liaison to the admissions department.

Lowery had a record of 16-34-3 (.368) in three seasons with the Pipers.

Hamline athletic director Bob Beeman said the school is now accepting applications for Lowery’s successor. “I am very sorry to see Jon leave,” Beeman said. “Jon’s teams have consistently improved over the course of his three years and they have always competed with a sense of purpose. I am confident we have a solid foundation for continued growth in our program. Jon will be truly missed here at Hamline.” 

Prior to coming to Hamline, Lowery served as an assistant coach at Massachusetts-Amherst, Ohio State and perennial NCAA Division I power Wake Forest. The school will be accepting applications for the position through April 30. Interviews will be conducted in May with an anticipated start date of June 1.

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