Vermont Women’s Soccer Coaches Resign

Jodi Kenyon, head coach of women’s soccer at the University of Vermont, announced her resignation today. Kenyon, a 1989 graduate of Adelphi University, was head coach of the Catamounts for seven years, compiling a record of 41-78-7 overall. In America East play, Vermont was 22-39-4 under Kenyon. This past season, Vermont posted a record of 5-9-4 overall and 1-6-2 in conference play. Kenyon received the Charles Zabriskie, Jr. Athletic Director’s Award for Excellence in Coaching in 2000 and 2001. During Kenyon’s career at Vermont the program produced 79 America East All-Academic selections and 20 America East All-Conference players, including three straight All-Rookie selections. Kenyon also had the second-longest tenure (seven years) of the five coaches in UVM women’s soccer history. Wendy Elles, Kenyon’s top assistant coach for the past seven years, has also resigned. Vermont’s director of athletics Bob Corran said a national search for a new women’s soccer coach will begin immediately. Kenyon and Elles will remain available to assist Corran with the transition to a new coaching staff.-Athletic Communications