Long-time coach cites family reasons in resigning position after 18 seasons
By Andrew Harner
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 11:12 am
VANDALIA – For the first time since 1995, the Vandalia tennis program will have a new coach when the girls begin the season in August.
Citing family reasons, Kevin Schroeder has resigned as coach of the team after 18 seasons.
“I am getting out of it because (my youngest son) Alec is in high school sports, and when (my oldest son) Christian was in high school, I never really got to see him,” Schroeder said. “I missed at least three-fourths of his soccer matches and baseball games.”
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