No. 3 Men's Soccer Head Coach Bret Simon To Chat Online With Fans
Dec. 10, 2001
On Tuesday, Stanford men's soccer head coach Bret Simon hits chat to talk about the Cardinal's chances in this weekend's 2001 College Cup in Columbus, Ohio. Stanford will be looking to claim the first men's soccer national championship in program history.
Simon will be making his second consecutive appearance at the College Cup- this time at the helm of the Cardinal. Simon has enjoyed a fine first season at Stanford, earning 2001 Pac-10 Coach of the Year honors after guiding the men to a 19-1-1 overall mark.
Simon, a 1980 graduate of the University of Massachusetts, came to The Farm in February of 2001 after serving as the men's head coach at Creighton University for the past six seasons. He directed Creighton to its most successful season in school history last year, as the Bluejays (22-4-0) earned a trip to the College Cup for the second time in five years before falling to Connecticut in the championship match. A five-time Coach of the Year honoree, Simon compiled a 96-26-9 overall record in six seasons at Creighton and his 96 wins are the most victories ever by a Bluejay soccer head coach. Simon is 115-27-10 in seven seasons as a head coach. The Cardinal head coach notched his 100th career victory in Stanford's 3-1 victory against Cal State Fullerton in the adidas Cal Legacy Classic on Sept. 9.
Simon won't hit chat until Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. ET. Feel free to drop him some questions now and we'll save them for his arrival.