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Coaches Corner: Pitt men’s soccer head coach Jay Vidovich

Jay Vidovich talks to his players during 2019 training session. PSN File photo by Mark Goodman

Coaches Corner: Pitt men’s soccer head coach Jay Vidovich

In the latest edition of PSN’s Coaches Corner, University of Pittsburgh men’s soccer head coach Jay Vidovich joins John Krysinsky for a candid and enlightening interview as he prepares his collegiate soccer program for the Fall 2020 season.

Vidovich opens up to discuss numerous topics including:

  • how Pitt men’s soccer has navigated thus far through the current pandemic
  • what the Atlantic Coast Conference men’s soccer fall schedule is likely to look like
  • expectations for his program following last season’s success in winning ACC and NCAA tournament matches
  • thoughts on key returning players who’ve helped build the program
  • having more local Pittsburgh area players on Pitt’s roster
  • recruiting during uncertain times
  • and much more.

Special thanks to Nicholas Macdonald, Assistant Director of Media Relations, Pitt Athletics, for helping facilitate this interview and for providing the recording.

 

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