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North Carolina Soccer Hall of Fame
John Rennie

Retired as the men's head coach at Duke University afteer the 2007 season after 29 seasons and a 410-161-35 record. Also coached at Columbia University and his overall 34-year career record was 454-207-49. Named National Coach of the Year in 1982.

John Rennie's HOF Induction Bio



Roy Lassiter, Tom Mosier, John Rennie (L-R)

Rennie Inducted Into NSCAA Hall of Fame

John Rennie, former men’s coach at Duke University, and M. “Chick” Jacobus, the highly successful boys coach at Kingswood School of West Hartford, Conn., comprise the 2012 induction class to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America’s Hall of Fame.

The two were inducted into the NSCAA’s Hall of Fame as part of the Association’s annual Awards Banquet, to be held Friday, January 13, in conjunction with the annual NSCAA Convention, which will run from January 11-15 in Kansas City, Mo.

Rennie, who was inducted into the North Carolina Soccer Hall of Fame in 2011, built Duke into a soccer powerhouse, winning the first NCAA national championship by any Blue Devil athletics squad in 1986. During his 36 seasons he compiled a career mark of 454-207-49, including a 410-161-35 record in his 29 seasons at Duke, the nation’s most successful program during that time frame.

 
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