Keidane McAlpine Accepts Head Coaching Position at Georgia; Statement From USC Athletic Director Mike Bohn
Keidane McAlpine announced today that after eight seasons at USC, he would be moving on to accept the head coaching position at Georgia. See below for a statement from USC Athletic Director Mike Bohn:
"The Trojan Family offers its gratitude and congratulations to Keidane McAlpine on his appointment as Head Women's Soccer Coach at the University of Georgia. We are so grateful for Keidane's service and commitment to our student-athletes, athletics program, and the university over the past eight years. During his time at USC, Keidane led our team to eight straight postseason appearances, brought home a national championship, received national recognition as an elite coach, and instilled a culture of competitiveness and integrity within our program. Keidane is the model coach, and he will be missed. We wish him and his family all the best in this exciting opportunity!"
McAlpine led USC to the postseason each season he was at USC, reaching the pinnacle of collegiate soccer with a National Championship in 2016. The Alabama native led USC to 116 wins during his time in Los Angeles, leaving as the second winningest coach in program history.