SNYDER RESIGNS AS FELICIAN HEAD MEN'S SOCCER COACH
Courtesy of Mark Mentone, Felician SID
RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Patrick Snyder of Chesterfield has resigned as the head men’s soccer coach at Felician College, director of athletics Ben DiNallo Jr. announced today. Snyder will pursue other opportunities in coaching.
“I want to thank the administration at Felician College for having given me this great opportunity to be a head coach at such a fine institution,” Snyder said. “I have learned a great deal and have grown as a coach and as a person. I wish the best of luck to the fine young men on the Felician College men’s soccer team and to all the sports within the athletic department.”
Snyder spent the last three years at the helm of the Golden Falcons, amassing 13 victories. His best season was 2008, when Felician put together a 6-10-1 won-lost-tied record, including a victory over nationally-ranked Dominican (N.Y.) College. He was the third coach in program history.
“We thank Patrick for his dedication and service to Felician College,” DiNallo said. “The department of athletics wishes him much success in all of his future endeavors.”
Felician, an NCAA Division II member, plays in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. The Golden Falcons are coming off a 4-13-1 won-lost-tied record in 2009.