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Chicago’s Julianne Sitch becomes first female coach to win men’s soccer NCAA championship

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The University of Chicago won the one-of-a-kind men’s soccer NCAA championship on Saturday.

With a 2-0 win over Williams College in the NCAA Division III finals, Maroons head coach Julian Sich became the first woman in college sports history to win the national men’s soccer championship.

Gatorade showers and all.

Robby Pinot and Ryan Yetiszewski scored the winning goals, while Chicago goalkeeper Will Boyes kept three clean sheets in a row.

The win completed Chicago’s undefeated 22-0-1 season, and was their only non-win on October 28 against New York University. It’s a powerful way to start your career as a college head coach.

Chicago selected Chicago native Sitch to lead the program April 2022 After being an assistant coach at the school twice. She has also worked as an assistant coach for the NWSL’s Chicago Red Stars, Head of the Red Stars Reserve She’s Coach, and Illinois Women’s Soccer for Chicago She’s Assistant Her Coach.

Before his coaching career, Sitch was a star player for DePaul and still holds the school’s all-time combined points and assists record. Her professional career lasted her 13 years, with Red Stars she had three different stints.

Clearly, she’s not the kind of person who would mind working in Chicago. And now she’s making history by doing just that.

Players throw water on University of Chicago head coach Julian Sitch after winning Williams College in the Division III men’s soccer championship at Kerr Stadium in Salem, Virginia on December 3, 2022. (Photo by Grant Halverson/NCAA Photos via Getty Images)

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