Syracuse women's soccer assistant Abby Minihan was named to lead the women's soccer team at USC Upstate.
USC Upstate athletic director Mike Hall announced the hiring Friday. Minihan spent the past two seasons as an assistant for the Orange and helped the team earn a berth in the Big East Conference tournament.
Minihan was a four-year starter during her time at Michigan and remains the school's career leader with 116 points (43 goals, 30 assists).
Minihan also spent time as assistant coach at Michigan, Liberty and Western Michigan. She began her college coaching career as head coach at NCAA Division III Pittsburgh-Bradford in 2004. She moved on the next year to become a volunteer assistant at Clemson and then head coach at Anderson.
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