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Luis M. Cortell

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Men's Soccer Coach

Phone: (304) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: l***@***.edu
West Virginia University Institute of Technology
405 Fayette Pike
Montgomery, West Virginia 25136
United States

 
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2003 WV CHAOS GIRLS (U10G) - West Virginia Chaos
www.westvirginiachaos.com, 25 Aug 2014 [cached]
Coach: Luis Cortell
luis.cortell@mail.wvu.edu
304-442-3049
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Coach: Luis Cortell
luis.cortell@mail.wvu.edu
304-442-3049
West Virginia Chaos
www.westvirginiachaos.com, 24 Nov 2012 [cached]
Luis Cortell
Staff for On the Ball Soccer Camp
www.otbsoccer.com, 1 April 2012 [cached]
Staff Coach Luis Cortell A native of Valencia, Spain, Luis is the head men's coach at West Virginia Tech. Luis Cortell Prior to that, he has been the assistant coach at Tiffin University and The University of Findlay. Holds a National USSF 'D' License and will coach the elite group at the residential camp. Luis was a two year team captain and four year starter at Findlay. He holds multiple records at Findlay, including the single season scoring record of 16 as a senior, when he was also declared an all-American.
Cortell tabbed for WVU Tech ...
www.montgomery-herald.com, 30 June 2010 [cached]
Cortell tabbed for WVU Tech men's soccer post
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The WVU Tech Athletic Department has announced the appointment of Luis Cortell as the interim head coach of the men's soccer program. Cortell, who has enjoyed successes as an athlete and assistant coach on the NCAA Division II level, will assume command of the Golden Bear program immediately. "I am very grateful to be able to have my first head coaching experience at WVU Tech," said Cortell. "I believe we have a skillful group of players, and I am looking forward to keep contributing to the success of the program. "With hard work and determination I am hopeful that our team will be able to compete to get into the NAIA playoffs." In a recent stint at Tiffin University, Cortell was an assistant coach for the men's and women's programs for three years prior to taking over as the interim head coach of the women's team in November 2009. Cortell also served as the men's and women's assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at the University of Findlay for four years and brings with him eight years of experience as coaching director and coach of the Liberty Benton and the Findlay Soccer Club in Ohio. Since 2002, Luis has also been  assistant director of the successful "On the Ball" soccer camps in Ohio. "We are very pleased to have a gentleman the caliber of Luis to take on the duties of coaching our men's soccer team," said Frank Pergolizzi, the Tech athletics director.
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Cortell has been an integral part of coaching staffs that have produced four All-America Academic team members, one All-America, six conference players of the year, and other player honors. In 2008 and 2009, his teams were also crowned as the GLIAC tournament champions. Cortell played for Findlay, where he was a vital part of the Oilers' success, seeing action in 63 games and starting 60 of them. He was also a team captain for two seasons, was named an NSCAA All-American, and was selected twice to the All-Region team and three times to the All-GLIAC team. During his playing career, the Oilers enjoyed consistent success on the national level, concluding three seasons ranked 22nd, 24th and 5th in NCAA DII before finishing his collegiate playing career with a Final Four appearance.  He closed out his playing career in 2005 after playing professionally for a season with the Toledo Slayers under head coach Lee Akliabar. "I am looking forward to get down to business and see in which ways I can help to contribute to the men's soccer team and the Montgomery community," said Cortell.
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The WVU Tech Athletic Department has announced the appointment of Luis Cortell as the interim head coach of the men's soccer program. Cortell, who has enjoyed successes as an athlete and assistant coach on the NCAA Division II level, will assume command of the Golden Bear program immediately. "I am very grateful to be able to have my first head coaching experience at WVU Tech," said Cortell. "I believe we have a skillful group of players, and I am looking forward to keep contributing to the success of the program. "With hard work and determination I am hopeful that our team will be able to compete to get into the NAIA playoffs." In a recent stint at Tiffin University, Cortell was an assistant coach for the men's and women's programs for three years prior to taking over as the interim head coach of the women's team in November 2009. Cortell also served as the men's and women's assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at the University of Findlay for four years and brings with him eight years of experience as coaching director and coach of the Liberty Benton and the Findlay Soccer Club in Ohio. Since 2002, Luis has also been  assistant director of the successful "On the Ball" soccer camps in Ohio. "We are very pleased to have a gentleman the caliber of Luis to take on the duties of coaching our men's soccer team," said Frank Pergolizzi, the Tech athletics director.
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Cortell has been an integral part of coaching staffs that have produced four All-America Academic team members, one All-America, six conference players of the year, and other player honors. In 2008 and 2009, his teams were also crowned as the GLIAC tournament champions. Cortell played for Findlay, where he was a vital part of the Oilers' success, seeing action in 63 games and starting 60 of them. He was also a team captain for two seasons, was named an NSCAA All-American, and was selected twice to the All-Region team and three times to the All-GLIAC team. During his playing career, the Oilers enjoyed consistent success on the national level, concluding three seasons ranked 22nd, 24th and 5th in NCAA DII before finishing his collegiate playing career with a Final Four appearance.  He closed out his playing career in 2005 after playing professionally for a season with the Toledo Slayers under head coach Lee Akliabar. "I am looking forward to get down to business and see in which ways I can help to contribute to the men's soccer team and the Montgomery community," said Cortell. "I hope my first year as the head coach will teach me a lot about managing a soccer team at the highest level in the NAIA and take the program one step further each season." (Peltier is the WVU Tech sports The WVU Tech Athletic Department has announced the appointment of Luis Cortell as the interim head coach of the men's soccer program.
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Cortell, who has enjoyed successes as an athlete and assistant coach on the NCAA Division II level, will assume command of the Golden Bear program immediately.
"I am very grateful to be able to have my first head coaching experience at WVU Tech," said Cortell. "I believe we have a skillful group of players, and I am looking forward to keep contributing to the success of the program.
"With hard work and determination I am hopeful that our team will be able to compete to get into the NAIA playoffs."
In a recent stint at Tiffin University, Cortell was an assistant coach for the men's and women's programs for three years prior to taking over as the interim head coach of the women's team in November 2009. Cortell also served as the men's and women's assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at the University of Findlay for four years and brings with him eight years of experience as coaching director and coach of the Liberty Benton and the Findlay Soccer Club in Ohio. Since 2002, Luis has also been assistant director of the successful "On the Ball" soccer camps in Ohio.
"We are very pleased to have a gentleman the caliber of Luis to take on the duties of coaching our men's soccer team," said Frank Pergolizzi, the Tech athletics director.
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Cortell has been an integral part of coaching staffs that have produced four All-America Academic team members, one All-America, six conference players of the year, and other player honors. In 2008 and 2009, his teams were also crowned as the GLIAC tournament champions.
Cortell played for Findlay, where he was a vital part of the Oilers' success, seeing action in 63 games and starting 60 of them. He was also a team captain for two seasons, was named an NSCAA All-American, and was selected twice to the All-Region team and three times to the All-GLIAC team. During his playing career, the Oilers enjoyed consistent success on the national level, concluding three seasons ranked 22nd, 24th and 5th in NCAA DII before finishing his collegiate playing career with a Final Four appearance.
He closed out his playing career in 2005 after playing professionally for a season with the Toledo Slayers under head coach Lee Akliabar.
"I am looking forward to get down to business and see in which ways I can help to contribute to the men's soccer team and the Montgomery community," said Cortell. "I hope my first year as the head coach will teach me a lot about managing a soccer team at the highest level in the NAIA and take the program one step further each season."
(Peltier is the WVU Tech sports information director.)The WVU Tech Athletic Department has announced the appointment of Luis Cortell as the interim head coach of the men's soccer program.
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The WVU Tech Athletic Department has announced the appointment of Luis Cortell as the interim head coach of the men's soccer program. Cortell, who has enjoyed successes as an athlete and assistant coach on the NCAA Division II level, will assume command of the Golden Bear program immediately. "I am very grateful to be able to have my first head coaching experience at WVU Tech," said Cortell. "I believe we have a skillful group of players, and I am looking forward to keep contributing to the success of the program. "With hard work and determination I am hopeful that our team will be able to compete to get into the NAIA playoffs." In a recent stint at Tiffin University, Cortell was an assistant coach for the men's and w
West Virginia Chaos
www.westvirginiachaos.com, 20 Nov 2011 [cached]
Coach Cortell comes to take on the Boys' Director of Coaching Role for the WV Chaos
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