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Chaka Daley was named as the second head coach in the history of the Michigan men's soccer program on Dec. 23, 2011. Now entering his fifth season as the leader of the Maize and Blue, Daley immediately turned around a Wolverine team with an 11-10-1 record in his first season in Ann Arbor, a six win turnaround from the previous season.
Michigan has played a top-20 schedule each of his seasons as the head man of the Wolverines, and his defensive tendencies shined through, as U-M surrendered only 1.05 goals per contest in 2015. Daley also saw his stellar recruiting class shine, as freshman Francis Atuahene took home Big Ten Freshman of the Year, and was named First Team All-Big Ten. U-M also successfully defended the Big Bear Trophy with a win over Michigan State in Ann Arbor, marking the first time in school history the Wolverines have won the trophy in back-to-back campaigns.
Head Coach Chaka Daley
Tommy McMenemy joined the Michigan men's soccer staff on Jan. 30, 2012, and is entering his fifth season with the Wolverines after previously serving as an assistant at his alma mater, Columbia University, for six seasons.
In addition to serving as the team recruiting coordinator, he handles all facets of coaching, organizing team training sessions, and leads the attacking unit tactics for the Wolverines.
Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Tommy McMenemy
After two seasons as a volunteer assistant coach, Jhojan Obando was promoted to assistant coach on Feb. 18, 2014. He assists with all program duties and continue to work with the teams goalkeepers.
Obando played in 44 career matches and made 42 starts as a goalkeeper at Providence under the guidance of Daley as a player, helping the Friars to a 24-14-4 record and recorded 13 clean sheets over that stretch. In 2010, Obando helped the Friars to the championship game of the Big East Tournament and was named to the all-tournament team.
Assistant Coach Jhojan Obando
Justin Makar joined the U-M men's soccer staff prior to the 2014 in the role of program assistant. He joins the Wolverines after spending four seasons on the sidelines as an assistant coach at Lafayette College, and was the programs No. 1 assistant and recruiting coordinator in 2013. Prior to that, he primarily worked with the Leopards' goalkeepers as well as the recruiting and scouting efforts.
He will be directly responsible for the day-to-day operations of the program, including team travel, video and other duties as assigned.
Program Assistant Justin Makar
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