Terranova Named Men's Soccer Coach at Methodist College
By ODU Athletics
April 16, 2002
Fayetteville, NC-Methodist College Director of Athletics Bob McEvoy has announced that ODU assistant men's soccer coach Justin Terranova has been named the new head coach of the men's program at Methodist College, effective immediately.
Terranova played his college soccer at Methodist from 1992-95 under then head coach Alan Dawson (now Old Dominion's head coach) and led the team to the 1995 Division III National Championship game. He finished his career with a 0.67 goals-against-average and 37 career shutouts, both of which are school records.
The fourth-year assistant also played with the Connecticut Wolves of the A-League and the Nashville Metros of the Premier Division.
"Justin is what soccer is all about. He was an outstanding player for the Monarchs and brings great energy and enthusiasm to the program. He has learned well from his mentor Alan Dawson and we are pleased that Justin is back on the sideline for the Green & Gold," stated McEvoy.
Terranova will be taking the reigns from Adrian Blewitt, who resigned in March to take the head position at Division II Lees-McRae.