Former Hokie Named Head Coach of Carolina Courage
Entlich takes over the reins for defending WUSA champs
February 18, 2003 CARY, N.C. - Former Virginia Tech men's soccer player Jay Entlich was named the head coach of the Carolina Courage, the defending WUSA champions, last week. Entlich replaces Marcia McDermott who resigned from the post in November. Entlich, who was a letterwinner for the Hokies from 1990-93, still ranks in the top five in career goals and points. He also holds the school records for most goals in a game, as well as most points in a season. Entlich, who was the team MVP in 1993, also served as a graduate assistant with the men's team for the 1996-97 seasons. Prior to being named the head coach of the Courage, Entlich served on the staff of the U.S. national women's team. He was the head women's coach at the University of Tampa for two seasons (2000-2001) and also served as an assistant at the University of Mississippi from 1998-99.