Welcome Kyle Cahoon as New Head Men’s Soccer Coach

Clinton Community College Director of Athletics, Kevin Daugherty, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kyle Cahoon as the new Head Men's Soccer Coach at Clinton. With a remarkable background as a former two-sport athlete at Clinton and a successful tenure at Chazy Central School, Kyle brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to lead the Men's Soccer program to new heights.

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Kyle comes from a traditionally successful soccer program at Chazy Central School where he played on the 2017 State championship team. As an athlete during his time at Clinton, he showcased skills both on the soccer field and basketball court. Additionally, Kyle's dedication to academic excellence is evident through his inclusion in the dean's list, highlighting his commitment to both sports and studies.

Having graduated in 2020, Kyle Cahoon is no stranger to the Clinton community, making his return as the Head Men's Soccer Coach an exciting moment for students, faculty, and fans alike. Director Kevin Daugherty expresses his enthusiasm for having a former Clinton athlete take the helm of the Men's Soccer program, stating, "We are very excited to have one of our own directing a resurgence of Men's Soccer here at Clinton."

Kyle Cahoon has wasted no time in making an impact, diligently working on recruiting local standout soccer players for the upcoming Fall 2024 season. His passion for the sport and dedication to fostering a winning culture align with the college's commitment to athletic excellence and student development.

Please join us in welcoming Kyle Cahoon back to Clinton Community College, as we look forward to an exciting and successful era under his leadership in Men's Soccer.