Loucks resigns as CU men's soccer coach

From staff reports Cumberland director of athletics Ron Pavan announced the resignation of men’s soccer coach Jeff Loucks effective May 31. Loucks has served six seasons at his alma mater, coaching both the men’s and women’s programs for three years. He is 35-53-7 ...
May 1, 2013
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Jeff Loucks

From staff reports

Cumberland director of athletics Ron Pavan announced the resignation of men’s soccer coach Jeff Loucks effective May 31.

Loucks has served six seasons at his alma mater, coaching both the men’s and women’s programs for three years. He is 35-53-7 with the men’s team over six seasons and has coached seven first team all-conference selections and nine second team all-league honorees. Forty-eight players have been named Conference Scholar-Athletes and Bradley Williams was voted TranSouth Conference Freshman of the Year in 2009.

In three seasons with the women’s team, Loucks posted an 11-27-3 record.

“We thank Jeff for his hard work and dedication to the program,” Pavan said. “He has moved Cumberland’s soccer program in a positive direction during his tenure at CU and laid the foundation for success in the future.”

Prior at CU, Loucks worked at Lebanon High School where he coached both the boys’ and girls’ soccer teams. He served as the head coach of the boys’ team for five years and the girls’ team for one season. Loucks was also an assistant coach for three seasons at LHS and one year at Mt. Juliet.

Loucks served as the head coach of a club soccer team in Lebanon for five years as well, with the team earning three state runner-up finishes.

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