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Gareth Elliott returns as men's soccer head coach

Director of Athletics Thorr Bjorn has announced the hiring of Gareth Elliott as head coach of the URI men's soccer team. Elliott - who previously led the Rams to the NCAA tournament as both a player and an assistant coach - returns to Kingston after spending the last five years as the head coach at Siena College.

"We are very excited to welcome Gareth back to the University of Rhode Island, where he starred for Coach Ed Bradley's championship teams," Bjorn said. "I am confident in his ability to have us not only competing for and winning the Atlantic 10 Championship, but also challenging for an NCAA title. His passion for Rhody soccer is contagious and I look forward to working with him to bring...


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