After a 33-year tenure at the helm of the Plattsburgh State men’s soccer program, head coach Chris Waterbury retired this week. The Cardinals were eliminated last weekend in the SUNYAC Championship game and that signals the end of Waterbury’s coaching career.
From the Cardinals athletic website:
Waterbury began his career at Plattsburgh State in 1985, and from 1988 on, his teams never had a losing season. Waterbury went 3-9-1 overall at New England College in his first head coaching position in 1982, and he posted a 21-9-3 record at Lyndon State across two seasons there before accepting the head coaching job at Plattsburgh State
Waterbury joined Thursday’s edition of ‘Champlain Valley Game Night’ to talk about his career and his decision to step away.
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