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Tom Anagnost's Canes Grounded No. 9 Eagles after a Tough Second Half Soccer Match In October 2011

Tom Anagnost's Canes Grounded No. 9 Eagles after a Tough Second Half Soccer Match In October 2011 | Tom Anagnost | Scoop.it

Tom Anagnost's University of Miami women’s soccer team defeated the 9th ranked Boston College Eagles 3-2 in a nail-biting match at Cobb Stadium. Once again, the Canes were back battling a tough fight against the No. 9 ranked Eagles. They were not discouraged by the Eagles’ high national ranking, and thus, needed only six minutes to get on the board. The match started on a very exciting note and the Canes scored one goal in the first half. They maintained this lead against Boston College for the first half of 45 minutes. The No. 9 Eagles tried their best to score a goal in the first half, but couldn’t get a chance to put the ball in the net because of the stifling defense of the Canes.

 

As the second half started, all of the players from both Boston College and the University of Miami were ready to display their best performance. Tom Anagnost, the University of Miami women’s soccer coach, described that the Canes scored an incredible combination goal in the 61st minute when Fatima Nasser placed the ball into the net after receiving a great pass from Howarth. The Eagles scored their first goal 12 minutes after the second goal scored by the Canes. It was the 73rd minute when the Eagles scored after Bouchelle headed in a cross from Gibby Wagner. The Canes maintained their two goal lead for the 72 plus minutes, but as soon as the Eagles scored their first goal, the match became even more nail-biting. This goal helped motivate the players of Boston College, whereas the opponents (Canes) came under pressure.

 

In the second half, the game was even more thrilling then the first, as it seemed the players of both teams were fully charged and were fighting tough against each other. At the 75th minute, junior midfielder Jordan Roseboro got a pass from Kate Howarth and found the way to the back of the net from a distance of six yards, thus, giving the Canes (8-5-1,) their goal in the 75th minute. The No. 9 Eagles (Boston College) responded quickly with their second goal just two minutes later off the foot of Victoria Dimartinio. But after the 77th minute, both the teams were unable to score any goals. The Canes defense held strong and they were able to kill off the game for an impressive victory.

 

Tom Anagnost, the University of Miami's women’s soccer coach said that it was a very exciting, intense game, and he was very happy with his team’s performance. He praised the way all of his players played in the game and called it a great team victory. He further explained that the senior keeper of Miami, Vikki Alonzo, who saved four shots, was crucial in helping his team win this enormously important game. The Canes defeat the 9th ranked Boston College for the first time since the 2007 season.

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Tom Anagnost Coached The Winning Team Of ACC Opener 2011

Tom Anagnost is a soccer coach who served the University of Miami and Central Michigan University with complete dedication and commitment. During Tom's employment with the University of Miami and Central Michigan, the women's soccer teams were at their best in program history. It was under the leadership of Tom Anagnost that the Miami Hurricanes (women's soccer team) won 3-2 in double overtime in the ACC opener. It was a great match between Miami and Clemson where the Hurricanes continued to pressure their opponents.

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Tom Anagnost is a soccer coach who served the University of Miami and Central Michigan University with complete dedication and commitment. During Tom's employment with the University of Miami and Central Michigan, the women's soccer teams were at their best in program history. It was under the leadership of Tom Anagnost that the Miami Hurricanes (women's soccer team) won 3-2 in double overtime in the ACC opener. It was a great match between Miami and Clemson where the Hurricanes continued to pressure their opponents.

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Tom Anagnost

Tom Anagnost's University of Miami women’s soccer team defeated the 9th ranked Boston College Eagles 3-2 in a nail-biting match at Cobb Stadium. The match started on a very exciting note and the Canes scored one goal in the first half. In the second half, both teams were fully charged and were fighting tough against each other. At the 75th minute, junior midfielder Jordan Roseboro got a pass from Kate Howarth and found the way to the back of the net from a distance of six yards, thus, giving the Canes (8-5-1,) their goal in the 75th minute. The No. 9 Eagles (Boston College) responded quickly with their second goal just two minutes later off the foot of Victoria Dimartinio. But after the 77th minute, both teams were unable to score any goals. The Canes defense held strong and were able to kill off the game for an impressive victory.

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Tom Anagnost Women's Soccer Coach

Tom Anagnost is a highly accomplished head women's soccer coach who admirably served the University of Miami for two years. He is the man behind the victory of many women's soccer games during his employment with the university. Under Tom's guidance, his team was able to defeat the 16th ranked Maryland team by 2-1 in 2011.

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Tom Anagnost is a highly accomplished and seasoned head coach who has served many Universities and High schools for more than 14 years. He is a hard-working and dedicated coaching professional with effective first rate skills that he implements in enhancing the performance of soccer teams and players. Tom has the outstanding ability to deliver a significantly higher level of productivity within any soccer program.

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Tom Anagnost is a popular head soccer coach in the US who has offered unparalleled services at different universities and colleges. He trains players and teams as well as organizes soccer camps for players including boys and girls of all ages.

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Tom Anagnost Coached Miami Hurricanes

Tom Anagnost is a soccer coach who served the University of Miami and Central Michigan University with complete dedication and commitment. During Tom's employment with the University of Miami and Central Michigan, the women's soccer teams were at their best in program history. It was under the leadership of Tom Anagnost that the Miami Hurricanes (women's soccer team) won 3-2 in double overtime in the ACC opener. It was a great match between Miami and Clemson where the Hurricanes continued to pressure their opponents.

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Tom Anagnost's Canes Grounded No. 9 Eagles after a Tough Second Half Soccer Match In October 2011

Tom Anagnost's Canes Grounded No. 9 Eagles after a Tough Second Half Soccer Match In October 2011 | Tom Anagnost | Scoop.it

Tom Anagnost's University of Miami women’s soccer team defeated the 9th ranked Boston College Eagles 3-2 in a nail-biting match at Cobb Stadium. Once again, the Canes were back battling a tough fight against the No. 9 ranked Eagles. They were not discouraged by the Eagles’ high national ranking, and thus, needed only six minutes to get on the board. The match started on a very exciting note and the Canes scored one goal in the first half. They maintained this lead against Boston College for the first half of 45 minutes. The No. 9 Eagles tried their best to score a goal in the first half, but couldn’t get a chance to put the ball in the net because of the stifling defense of the Canes.

 

As the second half started, all of the players from both Boston College and the University of Miami were ready to display their best performance. Tom Anagnost, the University of Miami women’s soccer coach, described that the Canes scored an incredible combination goal in the 61st minute when Fatima Nasser placed the ball into the net after receiving a great pass from Howarth. The Eagles scored their first goal 12 minutes after the second goal scored by the Canes. It was the 73rd minute when the Eagles scored after Bouchelle headed in a cross from Gibby Wagner. The Canes maintained their two goal lead for the 72 plus minutes, but as soon as the Eagles scored their first goal, the match became even more nail-biting. This goal helped motivate the players of Boston College, whereas the opponents (Canes) came under pressure.

 

In the second half, the game was even more thrilling then the first, as it seemed the players of both teams were fully charged and were fighting tough against each other. At the 75th minute, junior midfielder Jordan Roseboro got a pass from Kate Howarth and found the way to the back of the net from a distance of six yards, thus, giving the Canes (8-5-1,) their goal in the 75th minute. The No. 9 Eagles (Boston College) responded quickly with their second goal just two minutes later off the foot of Victoria Dimartinio. But after the 77th minute, both the teams were unable to score any goals. The Canes defense held strong and they were able to kill off the game for an impressive victory.

 

Tom Anagnost, the University of Miami's women’s soccer coach said that it was a very exciting, intense game, and he was very happy with his team’s performance. He praised the way all of his players played in the game and called it a great team victory. He further explained that the senior keeper of Miami, Vikki Alonzo, who saved four shots, was crucial in helping his team win this enormously important game. The Canes defeat the 9th ranked Boston College for the first time since the 2007 season.

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Tom Anagnost was appointed as the head women's soccer coach at the University of Miami for two years. The intercollegiate athletic teams at the University of Miami (UM) are known as the Miami Hurricanes. While working with the university, he greatly improved what was a mediocre team into a nationally recognized soccer power. His women's soccer team made great achievements. Most impressively, the team at the U made two successive NCCA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) tournament appearances while under Tom's direction and much more.

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Under Tom Anagnost's Guidance the University Of Miami's Women's Soccer Team Reached Their Greatest Heights

Tom Anagnost was appointed as the head women's soccer coach at the University of Miami for two years. It is a nonsectarian, private university in Coral Gables, Florida and offers approximately 114 masters, 115 graduate, two professional, and 51 doctoral areas of study in 12 separate colleges. The intercollegiate athletic teams at the University of Miami (UM) are known as the Miami Hurricanes. While working with the university, he greatly improved what was a mediocre team into a nationally recognized soccer power. Highly recognized recruits from all over the country became very interested in the U and a big reason was because of Tom. In addition to his well-known recruiting skills, his greater strength may be on the field. Tom uses many advanced techniques and precise methods to teach players how to play the game well. He is also well known for getting the most out of each individual member and the team as a whole.

 

He managed all of the major aspects of the women's soccer program in the university that included the development of a new system of standards, expectations, and goals, mentoring, directing, and hiring of assistant as well as volunteer coaches, interns, team managers, director of operations, and extra support staff. He also improved the quality and amount of players that would come from all over the US to his camps and clinics for young aspiring female student athletes. When Tom Anagnost was employed at the University of Miami, his women's soccer team made great achievements. His overall record was 19-15-5 and he played an incredibly daunting schedule. The league record went from 3-6-1 to 4-4-2 in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the toughest women's soccer conference in the country. Most impressively, the women's soccer team at the U made two successive NCCA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) tournament appearances while under Tom's direction.

 

It was under the teachings of Tom Anagnost that the soccer team made their first Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) tournament appearance in five years. It was a very memorable experience for everyone involved, especially the seniors, because they had never been there before. During this year of 2012, their resume was spectacular, defeating many of the top-ranked teams including FSU (#1), Florida (#9), and Maryland (#5), as well as also tying with WVU (#11), UCF (#19), BC (#14), and VT (#23). During this season the defeated the Big Ten tournament champion, the SEC champion, the ACC champion and second place team, as well as tying the Big 12 champion while statistically dominating them.

 

In 2011, they advanced to the second round in the NCAA tournament for the very first time in the history of the school. It was the best season since the inception of the program in 1998. Additionally, the team had the highest GPA in the ACC and grades continued to rise under his tutelage. He was highly appreciated for his effort, dedication, and hard work by the management of the university and earned another year on his contract.

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Tom Anagnost has a Successful Career of 14 Years as a Head Soccer Coach

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Tom Anagnost is a highly accomplished head soccer coach with more than 14 years of Head coaching experience in the sports field. He has served many high school and college institutions, and has trained thousands of student athletes. He has proven abilities to deliver an extensively higher level of productivity within a soccer program and is able to get the most out of his players. Tom is a very hard working and extremely competitive coaching professional with well-established skills in enhancing the athletic performance of all players and teams he coaches. He cares for his student athletes and has a unique ability to help, encourage and nurture their talents to reach their full potential. He is able to challenge them with objectives that motivate and inspire every player on the team. These players then are able to set the example for future players to follow. Tom is a dedicated mentor with an outstanding record of academic success among his players. Some of his team’s recent college achievements include:

 

- Highest team GPA in the Nation in 2008, 2009, and 2010
- Highest team GPA in ACC in 2011
- Multiple regional, national, and conference awards as a collegiate head coach
- 4 NCCA tournament occurrences in 4 years as collegiate head coach
- 3 wins and 4 ties against ranked teams in the year 2012

 

Tom Anagnost started his college coaching career in 2007 as the head women’s soccer coach at Central Michigan University, located in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. He served this university for four years and offered unparalleled services. His players are known to be fit, disciplined, and mentally tough as well as very focused and hard working. His teams play soccer the right way and are very difficult to beat. He implements a plethora of uniquely effective exercises and activities.

 

From 2011 to 2013, he was employed at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. He was again appointed as the head women's soccer coach and won many games. This position tested his capability in establishing a successful program in a completely different setting. He displayed his tremendous talent and patience when his team faced exceptional and unique challenges in one of the most highly-competitive soccer conferences in Miami. Here, Tom Anagnost was able to challenge himself against the best coaches in the country. He refined his skills and improved his knowledge, thus helping him become a much more effective coach. Presently, he is involved in various personal and professional development programs. He visits different renowned universities and head coaches such as Florida State University, Virginia Tech, the University of Virginia, Duke, the University of Florida, and others to inspect their head coach programs and gather as much as information as he can to become an even better coach and mentor to his players.

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