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Coach Fleck is 43-22-8 (.644) with the Hatters.
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Coach Fleck Signs Contract Extension
Courtesy: Stetson University  
Release:  01/10/2011
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DeLand, Fla. - Stetson Director of Athletics Jeff Altier has announced that head men's soccer coach T. Logan Fleck has signed a contract extension that will keep him at Stetson for several more years.

"We are very positive about the success and competitive level of the program since Logan took over", said Altier. "We are happy to have him on board for many years to come."

In December Fleck completed his 4th season as the head men's soccer coach. Since his arrival in Deland he has led the Hatters to a 43-22-8 (.644) record including three seasons of 10 or more victories. He led the team to an Atlantic Sun Conference Championship and a berth in the NCAA Tournament in 2009 and a conference championship runner up finish in 2010.

On Fleck's watch 15 Hatter players have earned A-Sun All-Conference honors including Robert Hodge who was the league's Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 and Fredrik Brustad who was named the overall Player of the Year in 2010. Also in the past four years seven times his players have earned National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-South Region awards, including three this past season.

Fleck has been a collegiate head soccer coach for 24 seasons. He is one of few with 100 or more victories as a women's head coach, as well as a men's head coach. He will go into next season with a 100-53-12 (.624) record on the men's side. He earned his 100th win with Stetson's 1-0 win over Jacksonville in the 2010 A-Sun semifinals.

"I am impressed with the direction President Libby and Jeff Altier are taking the university and the athletics department", said Fleck. "We are all looking to take this program to an even higher level. Stetson has a great blend of athletics and education. I am proud to represent this university now and in the future."

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