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Doug Hamilton

Doug Hamilton, a native of Hazlet, NJ, was an All-America defender on two NCAA Division III national championship teams at UNC Greensboro. He was the head men's coach at Greensboro College, posting a four-year record of 59-24-4 and leading his team to the NCAA D-III championship game in 1989. He rose through the corporate ranks with adidas during a six-year career that took him to positions as national Business Unit Manager of soccer and basketball in the U.S. and Director of Sports Marketing For Latin America. He was the General Manager of the Miami Fusion of Major League Soccer for two years. He was President and General Manager of the Los Angles Galaxy for four, during which he was the MLS Executive of the Year for three consecutive years. He died in March, 2006 at age 43, and was inducted into the HOF posthumously.

Doug Hamilton's HOF Induction Bio

 
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