Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson steps down | NCAA Soccer


Longtime Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson has stepped down, three days after the Yellow Jackets’ 45-21 loss to in-state rival Georgia.

“After 40 years, it is time to take a break,” Johnson mentioned in a press release.

In line with a number of experiences, Johnson needs to fulfill along with his employees earlier than he makes an official announcement.

Johnson, 61, has been the Yellow Jackets coach since 2008 and has been teaching for 40 years.

Georgia Tech completed this season with a 7-5 document and Johnson went 82-59 in 11 years with the crew. In that point span, he led Georgia Tech to an ACC title in 2009 and two extra appearances within the convention championship.

He additionally coached at Georgia Southern from 1997-2001, the place he posted a 61-10 document and gained two FCS titles and at Navy from 2002-07, the place he went 45-29.

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