Brian McMahon Named New Head Coach of Men's Soccer
February 2, 2012 (Jackson) - The Blazers mens soccer team is welcoming it new head coach, Brian McMahon, to Belhaven.
McMahon will be leading the Blazers into a new season with 11 years of experience from Greenville College in Illinois. While at Greenville, McMahon helped build successful programs for both men and womens soccer.
After a thorough national search, I am very glad to introduce Brian McMahon as the Head Men's Soccer Coach at Belhaven University, said Scott Little, Vice President for Student Affairs and Athletics. Brian will build upon our soccer tradition and spiritual heritage, and he embraces our commitment to create an environment where our student-athletes can compete for championships and mature as men and women created in the image of God. I'm excited to welcome Brian, his wife Jen, and their family to Belhaven.
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