Wiregrass girls soccer coach Erin Dodd resigns



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Wed. February 29, 2012 | Matt Baker | Email

Wiregrass Ranch girls soccer coach Erin Dodd has resigned to take a job at a school in Qatar, Bulls athletic director David Wilson said Wednesday.

“She’s done a nice job over the last few years,” Wilson said. “Leaving was a difficult choice for her.”

Dodd led the Bulls to 40 victories in her two seasons as head coach and took Wiregrass to the 2011 region final.

Before coaching, she was a four-time all-conference player at Zephyrhills and left the Bulldogs as the school’s all-time leader in goals.

Wilson said the job will be posted online for at least a week. The school doesn’t have a timeline for filling it but wants to do so fairly soon so players can begin meeting the new coach.

“It’s not a rush right now,” Wilson said.


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