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Women's Soccer - Mon, Jul. 31, 2017

Nick Carter has been named the new Head Women's Soccer Coach at College of Lake County.  He is a very accomplished player and coach in the sport of soccer.

"We are delighted to have Coach Carter join our staff," said CLC's Athletic Director, Nic Scandrett.  "It's always challenging to do a coaching search this late in the summer but we made no compromises.  He's an ideal fit for our program and I'm confident that our student-athletes will love him."

Carter comes to College of Lake County off the back of three years as Assistant Men's Soccer Coach at Averett University in Virginia. In his time at Averett the team went 20-34-1 and made 3 consecutive playoff appearances. Carter also helped develop 5 All-Conference Selections, an All-State Selection, and a CoSIDA All District Selection during his tenure as assistant.

"I am thrilled to join the College of Lake County athletics department and would like to thank the Director of Athletics, Nic Scandrett, and the entire hiring committee for this opportunity," Carter said.  "College of Lake County matches my ambitions for the program and represents values that I hold myself. It is a great time to be a Lancer and I am looking forward to working with our student-athletes to create a successful team, on and off the field."

A native of Bath, England, Carter earned his Master's degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology while playing soccer for the Richmond International and Academic Soccer Academy (RIASA) in Leeds. Carter holds English FA and NSCAA Coaching Licenses, and in 2015 was selected to participate in the NCAA's Emerging Leaders Seminar.