McAlpine to Lead Women's Soccer

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USC women's soccer has named 2013 Pac-12 Coach of the Year Keidane McAlpine the new head coach of the Women of Troy.  He comes to USC from Washington State, where he led the Cougars to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances and a program-best second place finish in the Pac-12 in 2013.

"We conducted a national search with a great pool of candidates, and Keidane really stood out with his vision of what he wants to bring to the USC soccer program," Athletic Director Pat Haden said of McAlpine. "He has already shown his ability to coach and succeed at the highest level, and his experience as a head coach in the Pac-12 is a big plus. We believe he is uniquely qualified to lead USC back to the successful level that we expect for our soccer program."

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Keidane (kuh-DAWN-ee) McAlpine (mik-AL-pine) becomes the fourth USC women's soccer head coach, replacing Ali Khosroshahin, who spent the past seven years (2007-13) at Troy. The Women of Troy won the 2007 NCAA Championship and have made 12 NCAA appearances, but have not reached the postseason since 2010.


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