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    Korondi Named Assistant Men's Soccer Coach
    Former UNH assistant joins Tech staff
    July 10, 2002

    Virginia Tech men's soccer coach Oliver Weiss announced Wednesday the hiring of Kevin Korondi as assistant coach for the Hokies.

    "Kevin is a perfect match for our program," Weiss said. "His successful Division I coaching experience will make his transition to the BIG EAST very easy. I'm excited to have him join our staff."

    Korondi comes to Virginia Tech from the University of New Hampshire, where he served as an assistant since 1999. His responsibilities at UNH included recruiting, opponent scouting and individual and team training. The Wildcats finished 7-8-3 last season and qualified for the America East tournament for the first time in seven years.

    A native of Newtown, Pa., Korondi is a 1997 graduate of Trenton State College with a degree in secondary education with a concentration in English. He played one season of soccer at TSC after transferring from Hartwick College where he was a member of the 1993 men's soccer team that reached the NCAA Division I quarterfinals.

    Korondi has extensive coaching experience at various levels. He coached club soccer for Council Rock United from 1995-1998 and Seacoast United from 1999-2001. He was an assistant coach at Council Rock High School in Newtown, Pa. from 1997-1999 and worked in the New York West Olympic Development Program from 1999-2000.

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