Jon Harvey appointed as Washington State recruiting coordinator
PULLMAN, Wash. (Via Washington State University) – Washington State head soccer coach Todd Shulenberger announced Wednesday that assistant coach Jon Harvey will be adding the title of recruiting coordinator alongside of his assistant coach title starting immediately.
“I am excited to announce today that Jon will be named recruiting coordinator for our program,” said Shulenberger. “Jon has worked with me for four years and has proven to have a keen eye in the evaluation of student athletes. He is very organized, hard working and has a great personality in this field. He will now keep us on top of key players as we continue to compete in the Conference of Champions.”
Harvey has been at Washington State for five seasons including the last four under Shulenberger. As a member of the Cougars’ coaching staff, Harvey has been in charge of training the team’s goalkeepers and defensive backline. In five seasons the Cougars have proven to be one of the best defensive teams in the country led by standout netminders Gurveen Clair and most recently Ella Dederick, the program’s all-time leaders in shutouts and wins. In addition to his work on the field, Harvey has headed up WSU’s recruiting, completely reshaping the Cougars’ roster over the last few years. With an array of youth on the field over the last two years, the Cougars have hit new heights including the program’s first sweet-16 berth in the NCAA Tournament in 2017 followed by climbing to No. 7 in the country in 2018, the highest ranking in WSU history.