FAYETTEVILLE (UofA) – Erin Aubry has resigned from her position as head coach of the University of Arkansas Razorback soccer team it was announced by Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long on Friday.
"For the past three years, I have enjoyed the opportunity to serve as the head coach of the Razorback soccer program," Aubry said. "I am grateful to the student-athletes, coaches and staff members who have made my time at the University of Arkansas a rewarding experience. However, at this time, I feel that it is in my best interests, both professionally and personally, to step down from my position as head coach. I wish the student-athletes and the entire Razorback soccer program the very best as they continue to move forward."
Aubry recently finished her third season at Arkansas. During her tenure, the Razorbacks were a combined 17-32-7 with a 6-23-4 mark in the Southeastern Conference. In 2011, the Razorbacks were 4-14-0 overall and 2-9-0 in the league.
"We appreciate the contributions that Coach Aubry made to our soccer program during her tenure," Long said. "She and her staff worked throughout her tenure to help develop student-athletes academically, athletically and socially. We wish Erin the best in her future endeavors on and off the field.
"As we begin the search for our next head coach, we will identify individuals who we believe will help our program meet our competitive goals of competing in the SEC, qualifying for the SEC Tournament and advancing to NCAA postseason competition. We also remain committed to providing all Razorback student-athletes with a comprehensive student-athlete experience focused on graduation."