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Nick Juengert

Nick Juengert is the head women’s coach at Stockton College. Over the past 10 years he has guided the Ospreys to: 4 NCAA Tournament appearances…. 3 ECAC Metro titles…. multiple NJAC Championship matches…. 9 winning seasons…. 8 seasons with 14 wins or more…. notched his 100th victory at Stockton in 2009…. a best national ranking of #6. Juengert took over the Stockton women’s program following six years as an assistant men’s coach at Rider University, where he helped the Broncs win MAAC championships and earn 2 NCAA Tournament berths. Prior to joining the Rider staff, Juengert went 73-32-7 in six seasons as the head men’s coach at Burlington County College including finishing as the national runner-up. Juengert was named NSCAA Junior College National Coach of the Year, Region XIX Coach of the Year and Garden State Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. Juengert also completed assistant coaching stints at Burlington CC, SUNY New Paltz and Willingboro High School, and he has worked with the New Jersey Olympic Development Program. As a player, Juengert earned two letters apiece in soccer at Burlington County College and Rutgers University. He possesses a bachelor’s degree in physical education and sports management from Rutgers.
 
 
 
George Dunbar
 
George Dunbar is the head women’s soccer coach at Philadelphia University. Over the past 13 years he has guided the Rams to: 2 NCAA Tournament appearances…. a record of 156-79-33…. 2 Eastern Conference Athletic Conference championships…. 1 Central Athletic Collegiate Conference title…. 4 Central Athletic Collegiate Conference regular season crowns…. 24 different players earning all-conference recognition…. the program’s all-time wininingest coach…. 2 CACC Coach of the Year…. 12 Lady Rams have been selected to the conference’s Fall All-Academic Team. Before becoming the head coach, Dunbar was part of the Philadelphia University women’s soccer coaching staff as an assistant coach under Mike Henderson in 1998. The year before he came to Philadelphia, he served as the assistant boy’s varsity soccer coach at Shawnee High School. Dunbar—who has a NSCAA “C” License and an Advanced National License—was the head coach of the men’s soccer team at Burlington County College for 9 years. He is a graduate of Glassboro State.