New Jersey coach named to Soccer HOF
Gene Chyzowych of Columbia (N.J.) will become the seventh high school soccer coach inducted to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame, the NSCAA recently announced.
Chyzowych, an active coach, has a career record of 719-180-69 in 45 years at Columbia with four state championships and 24 conference titles. Chyzowych was instrumental in the creation of the NSCAA high school boys soccer rankings in the 1980s.
He has twice been honored as the NSCAA Boys High School National Coach of the Year (1986 and 1990). His coaching career includes stints with the U.S. National and U.S. Olympic teams.
The following is a list of other high school coaches in the Hall:
Miller Bugliari, Pingry School (N.J.)
Ray Buss, Fleetwood (Pa.)
Ebbie Dunn, St. Louis University High (Mo.)
George Ritchie, Wethersfield (Conn.)
Robert Robinson, Lower Merion (Pa.)
Paul Sanderson, Suffield (Conn.)
Sheldon Shealer is the soccer editor of ESPN RISE.com. You can reach him by e-mail, email@example.com.
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