Former Michigan State soccer offensive coordinator Dave Warner set to retire

After 40 years teaching soccer, together with an extended tenure with Michigan State soccer from 2007-2019, Dave Warner will reportedly retire after just lately serving because the offensive coordinator for UTEP. This was first reported by Chris Vannini of The Athletic.

Warner will likely be remembered for being the co-offensive coordinator with Jim Bollman, the place the duo helped put, statistically, one of the best offense in MSU historical past on the sector. That unit broke a number of faculty information below their steerage. Warner served because the quarterbacks coach from 2007-2012, and likewise in 2019, and as co-offensive coordinator and operating backs coach from 2013-2018.

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