BROOKLYN COLLEGE–A new name has made its way to Brooklyn College’s women’s soccer roster and is looking to lead the team to success both on and off the field. Coach Agathangelos Tsantsaridis was named the Bulldogs’ head coach in July, becoming the fourth leader in the program’s existence. As the season kicked off this past Saturday, Sept. 3, Tsantsaridis and the players prepared to take on their competitors over the summer. The college’s new coach was certain about him and his team giving their best to the opening game.
“Like every other game, this one is no exception – we will focus on our game and go for the best possible outcome,” Tsantsaridis told the Vanguard.
Before rolling with the Bulldogs, Tsantsaridis was an associate head coach at John Jay College, a back-to-back CUNYAC Champion that took home the university’s highest athletic title in 2019 and 2021. During his run with the Bloodhounds, the team went on to appear in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament, a first in the program’s history.