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  • APS research assistant professor John McNabb named as head coach of Hampton University’s Women’s Soccer

    05/05/2015

    Link: http://hamptonpirates.com/news/2015/5/5/GEN_0505153658.aspx

    John McNabb will serve as head coach of the women’s soccer program, bringing with him decades of experience playing and coaching the sport. He has worked at Hampton University in the Department of Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, and McNabb has also played for Hampton International as part of the Virginia Rush Peninsula Adult League.