Marlon LeBlanc

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Marlon LeBlanc
Personal information
Full name Marlon LeBlanc
Date of birth circa 1976 (age 39–40)
Place of birth East Windsor Township, New Jersey
Playing position Defender
Youth career
Years Team
1997–2000 Penn State Nittany Lions
Teams managed
Years Team
2001–2005 Penn State Nittany Lions (assistant)
2006– West Virginia Mountaineers

Marlon LeBlanc (born in East Windsor Township, New Jersey) is an American soccer coach.

He is currently the head men's soccer coach at West Virginia University, a position he has held since August 10, 2006.[1] He was named the 2006 Soccer America Coach of the Year, leading the team to a 15-3-3 record. LeBlanc has led the Mountaineers to four NCAA tournament appearances, including a Sweet Sixteen appearance in 2007. He previously served as an assistant coach at Penn State University from 2001 to 2005, leading the program as interim head coach for seven games in 2002. As an assistant, Penn State went to four out of five NCAA tournaments.

Head coaching record[edit]

Year Team Record Postseason
W L D Win %
2002 Penn State (interim) 4 3 0 .571
2006 West Virginia 15 3 3 .786 NCAA 2nd Round
2007 West Virginia 14 6 2 .682 NCAA Sweet 16
2008 West Virginia 5 9 5 .395
2009 West Virginia 7 5 6 .555
2010 West Virginia 11 8 2 .571 NCAA 2nd Round
2011 West Virginia 11 8 1 .571 NCAA 2nd Round
2012 West Virginia 9 6 2 .600
2013 West Virginia 7 7 5 .500
2014 West Virginia 11 7 1 .611
2015 West Virginia 7 12 0 .368
2016 West Virginia 0 0 0 .000
Total 101 74 27 .585 4 NCAA appearances

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