CARROLLTON, Ga. - University of West Georgia Director of Athletics Daryl Dickey announced Monday that he has accepted the resignation of head soccer coach Chris Davidovicz, who steps down after four years at the helm of the program.
"The university is very appreciative of the contributions that Chris has made to our soccer program and this athletic department over the last four years," said Dickey. "He has elevated our program to another level and has laid the groundwork for the next coach to be able to succeed quickly."
In four years as head coach, Davidovicz has taken a team that won three games in the season prior to his arrival. The Wolves won 20 games combined in the past two seasons, reaching the Gulf South Conference tournament in back-to-back seasons. West Georgia was 11-7-1 this past fall, the most wins for a UWG soccer team since the second year of the program's existence in 2005.
The university will start a national search for its next head coach immediately. Any interest or questions regarding the search should be directed to Athletic Director Daryl Dickey at firstname.lastname@example.org.