S. River names new coach Acqui, onetime player for Liberia, to take over

Girls soccer

May 19, 1998|By STAFF REPORT

South River announced the hiring of Joseph Acqui as the varsity girls soccer coach, replacing Will Pharr.

Acqui played at Bowling Green University, was a member of the Liberian national team and also worked with the women's program at the University of Maryland. He promises to bring a Brazilian style of play to South River next fall.

The Seahawks came into their own in the 1996 season under Pharr, sharing the Class 2A-3A state crown after a scoreless tie with Liberty in the final. They finished the season with a 13-1-3 mark and Pharr was named Anne Arundel's Coach of the Year.

Last fall, the Seahawks were once again co-state champs, sharing the crown with River Hill after playing to a 1-1 tie.

Pub Date: 5/19/98

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