BLACKSBURG, Va.- Virginia Tech has announced the hiring of Kevin Doyle as men’s soccer assistant coach. Doyle will begin his role with the team immediately.
"I am very happy Kevin decided to come to Virginia Tech and join our coaching staff," said head coach Oliver Weiss. "He is one of the most experienced coaches in the game. Having coached at some of the top programs in the country, we believe he will help our program become better."
Most recently Doyle was a top assistant coach at Creighton University from 2001-06. During his stint with the Blue Jays the team made three NCAA appearances, competed in two quarterfinals and registered a College Cup showing in 2002.
Prior to his stint with Creighton, Doyle spent time at Penn State as a top assistant from 1999-2000 and spent time at William and Mary (1997-1998) and Mercer (1995-1996).
As a player at Creighton, Doyle started three years in net for the Blue Jays. In 1992, Doyle was named MVC Defensive Player of the Year and also garnered first team MVC and All-Midwest honors.
Doyle received his degree in interpersonal communications from Bowling Green State University.
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