NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) Longtime Yale soccer coach Carmen ”Carm” Cozza has died at 87.
The college says he died Thursday.
Cozza led Yale to a share of 10 Ivy League titles throughout 32 years as coach. He was inducted into the School Soccer Corridor of Fame in 2002.
He coached the Bulldogs from 1965 to 1996. He had a profession report of 179-119-5, together with an undefeated 1968 season that led to a well-known 29-29 tie with Harvard. Between 1974 and 1981, Cozza’s groups gained seven of eight Ivy crowns.
Cozza was born in Parma, Ohio, and performed soccer and baseball at Miami of Ohio earlier than a minor league baseball profession with associates of the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox.
Cozza started teaching with Miami’s freshmen soccer workforce in 1956 and was promoted to the varsity employees in 1961. He was employed as Yale’s backfield coach in 1963 and have become head coach two years later.
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