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Chris Harmon Named Assistant Coach for Women's Soccer


NORFOLK, Va. – Old Dominion University head women’s soccer coach Angie Hind announced today that Chris Harmon (ODU ’14) has been named assistant coach. Harmon spent the past season as the director of operations for both the men’s and women’s soccer teams at Old Dominion.

“I am delighted to have Chris join the women’s soccer program as an assistant coach,” said Hind. “Having had the opportunity to work with him over the past year, his passion for developing players, as well as the enthusiasm and knowledge he has for the game was clear. His background as an extremely successful student-athlete at ODU, combined with his desire to help make a difference, will undoubtedly add much to our coaching staff and program. I am really excited to work with Chris on a full-time basis and welcome the positive impact he will have on ODU women’s soccer.”

Harmon served as assistant coach for Florida Southern in 2013 under the direction of former ODU men’s soccer standout and ODU men’s soccer assistant coach, Ryan Sniegoski (ODU ’05).

Harmon played both midfield and forward during his playing career at Old Dominion and was a first team NSCAA All-Region and first team All-CAA member in 2012. He ranked 26th nationally in points per game (1.50), third in CAA in assists with six and fourth in the league in total goals in 2012 with nine. Harmon played 72 times (started 65 times) for the Monarchs, while scoring 21 goals and assisting 14 times (69 total points).

“I could not be more excited to be working with the women's soccer program at ODU. I am extremely grateful for the opportunity that Coach Hind has given me to continue working at my alma mater, which I love so much. I believe this is a very exciting time for the program and I am thrilled to be a part of it.”

Harmon graduated from Old Dominion with a degree in health and physical education and is a native of Downingtown, PA.