Drugan Stepping Down as Shorewomen Soccer Coach

Drugan Stepping Down as Shorewomen Soccer Coach

CHESTERTOWN, Md. -- Kanute Drugan has announced his resignation as the head women's soccer coach at Washington College, effective February 19th, after two seasons. Drugan is leaving Washington College to accept the head coaching position at Texas-Dallas.

Drugan was named the Shorewomen's head coach in July 2012. In his first season as the Shorewomen's head coach, he guided them to their best-ever Centennial Conference record, their fewest losses ever in a season, and their best winning percentage in 10 years. In two seasons, Drugan compiled a 10-21-3 record at Washington College.

Prior to arriving in Chestertown, Drugan had spent the previous 15 seasons at Aurora University in Illinois, where he compiled an outstanding win-loss record of 229-85-13 and guided the Spartans to 12 conference championships and eight NCAA Division III Tournament appearances.

Washington College assistant men's soccer coach Vincent Caltabiano will serve as the Shorewomen's interim head coach while a national search for Drugan's replacement is conducted this spring.