The No. 15 Lions (3-1-0) defeated Florida International (1-2-1) 1-0 Sunday afternoon at the Wolstein Classic in Columbus, Ohio to give coach Bob Warming his milestone victory. Senior midfielder Mackenzie Arment scored the lone goal for the team in the 58th minute and it was enough for them to hang on to the victory. Warming now joins an elite group of coaches that have accomplished 400 in their careers. He is the 31st coach to reach the milestone and is ranked 6th on the list of active coaches in Div. I. The Lions return home to play two games at Jeffrey Field, before heading on the road again. Their next game is this Friday against St. Peters University at 7 at Jeffrey Field.
Warming is the 11th head coach in the history of Penn State men’s soccer.
He is a 34 year veteran coach who has a record of 400-189-61.
In 2008 he was selected as national coach of the year at Creighton and has been a six-time finalist for the award as well.
Ranked 15th all-time in career victories.
Led Creighton to 190 victories, seven Mountain Valley Conference regular season and tournament titles, 11 NCAA Championship appearances and took his team to the College Cup in 2002.
Inducted into the Creighton Athletics Hall of Fame in April 2011.
In 2010 he led Penn State to 14 victories, a Big Ten Title appearance, and the programs first NCAA tournament win in five years