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MM 12.24: Maryland women’s soccer adds Joe Nemzer as volunteer assistant coach

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This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Maryland women’s soccer announced earlier this week that it added Joe Nemzer as a volunteer assistant coach to the coaching staff. Meghan Ryan Nemzer, Joe’s wife, was recently named the head coach of the program after spending 14 years on the coaching staff at Rutgers.

Joe has experience at the coaching level including a three-year stint as the head coach of Delaware Valley women’s soccer. His team saw great success during the 2021 season as their 40 goals and seven shutouts rank the most in both categories since 2008 and the roster produced 13 different goal scorers, the most in program history.

When it comes to college soccer, Joe also had a two-season stint at Mount St. Mary’s and spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Central Michigan University. He also has experience coaching Division II and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics teams.

In addition to experience coaching at the collegiate level, the new volunteer assistant coach also has worked with a professional soccer program in Sky Blue FC as first assistant coach.

In other news

Sam Oshtry wrote about the link between Maryland men’s basketball and Philadelphia.

Former Maryland football stars J.C. Jackson and Stefon Diggs are both 2022 NFL Pro Bowl selections.

Maryland women’s basketball congratulated former Terps star on her Euro League Women December MVP honors.

Maryland football continues to prepare for the Pinstripe Bowl.

Maryland wrestling shared some photos of its head coach.

Maryland Athletics shared a story about what some athletes have been up to during the holiday season.