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De Hart Hits Milestone

October 15, 2006
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

Clarksville, Ark. - University of the Ozarks head men's soccer coach Dave De Hart won his 100th career game at Ozarks following a 3-0 victory on Saturday afternoon.

<#IMAGE:1#>De Hart, who has been the head soccer coach since the 1999 season, is among the winningest active NCAA III head men’s soccer coaches in the country. The 3-0 victory over Howard Payne on Saturday gives De Hart a career record of 100-50-11 (.655) at the school. Under De Hart, the Eagles have consistently been an ASC contender since the 2000 season. His first season (1999) at Ozarks was his only losing season in his eight years. De Hart led the 2000 team to a 15-7-0 overall record and a 6-4-0 ASC mark en route to earning the ASC Coach of the Year award. In 2001, he bettered that, and led the team to a school-best 18-3-1 record and the ASC East Division championship. He again earned the ASC East Division Coach of the Year. In 2003, he led his team to an ASC title and the NCAA III post-season tournament. It was the first trip of its kind for any sport at Ozarks. In the past six years, his teams have finished the regular season among the top three places in all but one season. He has led Ozarks to seven consecutive winning seasons and his teams have reached the ASC post-season playoffs for a conference record six straight seasons. Four of those trips resulted in playing in the championship match. He has coached 56 All-Conference players and five Academic All-Americans during his tenure. The Eagles are again in the hunt for an American Southwest Conference title boasting a 7-2-0 league mark. Prior to Ozarks, De Hart coached at Neosho Community College in Kansas.