Linked here is a feature story on new St. Mary's women's soccer coach Richard Moller that appeared in the SoMdnews.com website.
Story courtesy JAMES A. McCRAY III, Staff writer
Maryland has been good to Germany-native Richard Moller.
Since arriving to Maryland in 1995 from Germany, Moller’s life has taken shape.
He arrived at Towson University and left their men’s soccer program holding the program’s all-time record of most goals scored in a single season (21) and most points in a single season (45).
He also began his professional playing career in Maryland. He also met his wife, Katrina, in Maryland.
But as Moller’s coaching career has taken him to Illinois and to New York and away from Maryland, the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Seahawks women’s soccer head coaching job has brought him back to what he calls his home state.
Moller took over the head coaching position on July 1.
He takes over for Brianne Weaver, a 2000 St. Mary’s College graduate who left to become head coach at NCAA Division III Bowdoin College (Maine).
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