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Waldrum resigns ND women’s soccer post

Irish won national titles in 2004, 2010.
Posted on Jan. 3, 2014 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Jan. 3, 2014 at 6:59 p.m.

Associated Press

NOTRE DAME — Randy Waldrum, who led Notre Dame women’s soccer team to national championships in 2004 and 2010, has resigned to become coach of the expansion Houston Dash of the National Women’s Soccer League.

The university announced Waldrum’s resignation on Friday, saying he will be introduced as coach of the Dash at a news conference Monday. Waldrum had been coach at Notre Dame for 15 seasons, compiling a 292-58-17 record and leading the Irish to eight College Cup appearances, including five appearances in the national championship game. Waldrum, a native of Irving, Texas, also was named coach of the year twice.

The university announced that assistant coaches Dawn Greathouse and Corey Holton will share oversight of the program until a new coach is hired.


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 FILE - In this Nov. 20, 1964, file photo, Notre Dame coach Ara Parseghian, left, and team captain James Carroll are shown during a practice session in South Bend. Notre Dame was at rock bottom when Ara Parseghian took over 50 years ago. The Irish finished the season 2-7 in 1963 and the only thing that kept them from matching the worst record in school history set in 1956 was the game against Iowa was cancelled because of the assassination of John Kennedy.  (AP Photo/Charles Knoblock, File)

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