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Glen Rock Soccer Alum Maxx Wurzburger named Head Coach at College of Mount Saint Vincent

2011 GRHS graduate gets job after two years as an assistant at Montclair State


Maxx Wurzburger, a 2011 graduate of Glen Rock High School who led the Panthers to a state sectional title in 2010, was named head coach of the men’s soccer team at the College of Mount Saint Vincent on Monday May 22.

Wurzburger, who played college soccer at Montclair State and went to the 2011 NCAA Division 3 Final Four, had spent the last two years as an assistant coach at Montclair State. College of Mount Saint Vincent Director of Athletics and Recreation Barima Yeboah announced Wurzburger’s hiring. The College of Mount Saint Vincent is a Catholic liberal arts college located in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, N.Y. It has an enrollment of 1,800 and competes in athletics at the Division 3 level, in the Skyline Conference.

“I want to thank Mr. Yeboah for giving me the opportunity to lead the CMSV Men’s Soccer program,” Wurzburger said in the press release that announced his hiring. “I can’t wait to begin preparing for the upcoming season.”

Wurzburger was a four-year member of the Montclair St. men’s soccer team, where he appeared in 85 games, including making an appearance on the 2011 team that made it to the NCAA Final Four. During his playing career, Wurzburger scored 14 goals and had 21 assists, including a six goal, five assist campaign in 2014, which garnered him an appearance on the New Jersey Athletic Conference First-Team. That season he was also apart of the Red Hawks NJAC Championship team.

“We are excited to have Coach Wurzburger at the helm of the Men’s Soccer program,” said Mr. Yeboah. “I am confident with his coaching and playing experience he will have an immediate impact on the young men in our program.”

As an assistant at Montclair St, Wurzburger assisted in recruiting and technical training and helped guide the team to back-to-back NJAC titles in 2015 & 2016.

“I’m confident we can build a program that competes for championships in the Skyline Conference, while playing the kind of exciting soccer that makes our Alumnae/i, fans and campus community proud,” Wurzburger said.

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