Heading into his first season as the Liberty women's soccer coach, Nate Norman sat down with LFSN Game On's Matt Warner, recently.
During the interview, Norman talked about his playing career at Notre Dame and his previous coaching stint at Western Michigan. The skipper also discussed the expectations and challenges of stepping into his new role at the helm of the Lady Flames' program.
Norman made his way to Liberty following a successful four-year run as the head women's soccer coach at Western Michigan. During his time with the Broncos, Norman posted a 44-27-14 record (60.0 winning percentage) and led Western Michigan to Mid-American Conference titles in 2013 and 2015.
Norman graduated from Notre Dame in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theology. During his career as a student-athlete with the Fighting Irish, Norman tallied nine goals and 15 assists over his four seasons.
The forward/midfielder was named to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team three of his four years. Throughout his career, Notre Dame participated in the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament all four years, including making it to the NCAA quarterfinals his senior year where they lost to Virginia, 3-2. His teams also captured a BIG EAST regular season title in 2004 and a BIG EAST tournament championship in 2003.
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