Fleck, Beddingfield Out At USF, L-R.
“We decided our women’s soccer program needed new direction,” Woolard said. “We are confident the position will draw interest from a deep pool of talented coaches and we look forward to finding the very best candidate possible. Our national search will begin immediately.”
Fleck coached the USF women for 11 seasons, compiling an 86-90-18 record.
Also, Lenoir-Rhyne College has announced the resignation of Will Beddingfield, head women’s soccer coach, effectively immediately.
Beddingfield, a 1992 graduate of Carson-Newman College, compiled a 56-68-10 mark over the past seven years (2000-06).
He led the team to two berths in the Food Lion SAC Tournament Finals (2002 and 2005) and his best season came in 2002, when he compiled a 13-5-2 mark on the year.
Beddingfield also coached 12 players to All-South Atlantic Conference honors and leaves Lenoir-Rhyne as the school’s winningest coach.