|Full name||Lawrence E. Briggs|
|Date of birth||1902/1903|
|Date of death||December 1970 (aged 67)|
|Place of death||Boston, Massachusetts|
Lawrence E. Briggs was an American soccer coach who is best known for being the first men's soccer coach for the UMass Minutemen soccer program. Additionally, Briggs is known for being a founder of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and served as their president in 1947. He was also a founding member of the now-defunct New England Intercollegiate Soccer League which served as a foundation for modern college soccer in the United States.
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