Greg Andrulis resigns as George Mason men’s soccer head coach
In 15 seasons with George Mason, Andrulis complied an overall record of 124-114-39, including a 4-12-2 mark (3-5-0 in Atlantic 10 Conference) in 2019.
“We sincerely appreciate Greg’s longstanding commitment to the George Mason men’s soccer program,” said Edwards. “He has been a strong advocate, leader and mentor to our student-athletes, who have achieved success both athletically and academically during his tenure. We want to thank Greg and wish him the very best moving forward.”
Andrulis led the Patriots to a pair of conference championships and three NCAA Tournament appearances (2006, 2008 and 2013).
“After 40 years of coaching and the last 15 at George Mason, it’s time to pass on the whistle,” Andrulis said. “I have been blessed to work with great leadership and I am very appreciative of the support and guidance of Brad Edwards and an administration who make Mason one of the premier Universities in the country.
“I’m grateful for the opportunity to have coached an outstanding group of young men in my time at Mason that have brought me so much joy and inspiration. I want to thank our student-athletes for all their efforts on and off the field. I’m proud of all their accomplishments while at Mason and in their careers. Many thanks to Mason community for a wonderful ride. Go Patriots!”
The Patriots won the 2013 A-10 Tournament in the team’s inaugural season in the Atlantic 10 Conference. The following six seasons, Mason’s overall conference record has been 15-26-7.
Edwards will conduct a national search for a head coach effective immediately.