Seamus McWilliams resigned as the women’s soccer team’s head coach yesterday, effective immediately.
McWilliams, whose 62 wins in his nine-plus years at the helm are the most ever in Temple women’s soccer history.
McWilliams was not available for comment at press time. McWilliams’ career is highlighted with a Atlantic 10 Conference East Division title in 1995 and a school-record-tying 11-win season in 2000.
Temple has lost two of its three games this season; last nights game against Siena ended too late for this edition.
Look for a season update on the women’s soccer team in next week’s issue of the Temple News.
Chris Silva can be reached at CBSRICAN@aol.com.