International Soccer Network, LLC (ISN)
is proud to announce Andrew Hoggarth
as the 2012 ISN Coach of the Year
Presented by Korrio.
Hoggarth is the current manager of
AFC Cleveland and the head men’s and
women’s soccer coach at Thiel
College of Greenville, PA.
“Andy is a model coach that inspires
others to be great on and off the
pitch,” ISN Editor Gary L. Moody Jr.
stated. “I can’t think of a better
candidate for this award. He has
done things the right way at every
With Hoggarth at the helm of the
Cleveland NPSL side in 2012, the
Royals won the Great Lakes
Conference Championship and the Rust
Belt Cup as an expansion team. The
Northumbria University graduate has
made a big impact on the careers of
his players, helping them develop
skills to make it at the next
He also helped build Thiel into a
competitive D-III soccer program on
both the men’s and women’s sides.
Thanks to Hoggarth’s vision and
leadership, the Tomcats are now
perennial contenders in the
Presidents' Athletic Conference.
The Stockton on Tees, England native
also spent time with former EPL side
Preston North End FC, and later
Hoggarth is also a prominent youth
coach, having been involved with
camps, clinics, and clubs across
Ohio and Pennsylvania.
His playing career included stints
with several English clubs,
including Whitley Bay FC, a team
that won the FA Vase in 2002.
The diversity of his experience as a
player and coach, along with his
reputation as a trendsetting
tactician, made him the perfect
choice for the first-ever ISN Coach
of the Year award. This honor is
the culmination of a year-long
program created by ISN and Korrio in
early 2012. The program was
designed to recognize exemplary
coaches from all over the country,
providing them with the exposure and
attention they truly deserve.
Ten coaches from seven states have
already been honored by this program
with more to be announced through
the coming year.
"Korrio is proud to honor the ISN
Coach of the Year,” Kristina
O'Connell, VP of Marketing at Korrio,
commented. “Positive role models
inspire young athletes to be their
best each and every day. Sports
continue to shape young athletes
into positive, confident and hard
working adults. Korrio continues to
transform youth sports by applying
modern technology to run and manage
clubs and associations more
efficiently. This offers coaches
better communication opportunities
and more time on the field."