Dynamo Head Coach, Chris Little Steps Down to take Head Spot at Elon Dynamo Associate Head Coach, Steve Diamond to take the helm

Posted by Press Release on April 30, 2014 at 7:01 am under College, Professional | Comments are off for this article

Greensboro, NC: Today the Carolina Dynamo announced Head Coach, Chris Little has stepped down from the Dynamo and accepted the Head Coaching Position at Elon University. Dynamo Associate Head Coach has been named the Head Coach of the Dynamo effective immediately. “The timing is unfortunate,but I have complete faith that Steve will continue to do an exceptional job coaching the Dynamo, as he has the past three seasons. Obviously we wish Chris all the best, and continued success at Elon”, says Dynamo GM, Scott Zapko. With Elon players participating on the Dynamo NCAA restrictions will not allow Chris Little to be on the Dynamo Coaching staff this season.

The Dynamo open the 2014 season, Saturday,May 10th vs. the South Carolina United Bantams. Kick-off is slated for 7:00 PM at Macpherson Stadium, located at the Bryan Park Soccer Complex.

?About the Carolina Dynamo

Based in Greensboro, the Carolina Dynamo is the oldest minor league soccer teamin the nation, entering our 22nd season in 2014. The Dynamo is a team of elite college players with professional aspirations. They compete for theDynamo during the summer, from May to August, playing regular season games in Kentucky, Ohio, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Many of ourplayers are drafted by MLS clubs and can been seen playing National TV the following year. The Dynamo has 40 former playerscurrently playing professionally, including 19 in Major League Soccer. Some 77 players have been selected in the MLS Superdraft after playing for theDynamo. The Carolina Dynamo is one most successful clubs in all of US Soccer,having won five National Championships, multiple Conference Championships,and 12 Division Titles.

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