Longtime MSU Coach Departs for D-III School in Arkansas

Published 06/26 2014 05:59PM

Updated 06/27 2014 09:42AM


Midwestern State is looking for a new women's soccer coach.

After 16 years at MSU, Jeff Trimble is leaving to take the head coaching job at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas.

Trimble won 196 games at Midwestern State earning coach of the year honors three times. He takes over at Hendrix College, a Division-III  program which hasn't posted a winning season since going 8-6 in 2002. 

 "I'm proud that we were consistently winners," said Trimble. "I'm glad we consistently won conference title and contended fro conference titles. The qualifying for NCAA tournament was really going well, three of the last four years. I felt like we were making headway and we have a great team coming back next year. Midwestern is going to be very proud of the women's soccer team next year. I'm very appreciative of all the players who've come through here. For me being a young coach and their patience with me as I grew into the job, to the teams I've had recently just being very talented and fun to work with."

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