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Bobby Muuss

Wrapping up his third season at the helm of the Wake Forest men's soccer program in 2017, head coach Bobby Muuss has guided the Demon Deacons to the three-straight NCAA quarterfinals and the 2016 NCAA College Cup, finishing as the national runners-up. Wake Forest has amassed a 55-8-7 record in Muuss' three seasons, more wins than any other program in NCAA Division I in that span. Muuss became the first coach in league history to be named the ACC Coach of the Year in three-straight seasons, surpassing his predecessor Jay Vidovich (2008-09) and former U.S. Men's National Team coach Bruce Arena (1988-89) as the only others to win that award in consecutive seasons.

Muuss has led the Demon Deacons to back-to-back ACC Championships, just the second and third tournament trophies in program history, as well as three-straight ACC Atlantic Division crowns.Coach Muuss looks forward to building a successful camp program in 2019!