DeAugustino joins Marian women’s soccer staff

June 21, 2017

Marian University women’s head soccer coach Jillian Saiberlich has announced the addition of George DeAugustino as an assistant coach.

“I am very excited to add George to our coaching staff,” commented Saiberlich.  “His knowledge of the game, contagious personality and recruiting experience made him an easy hire.  He is a great fit for Marian and our women’s soccer program.  His on-field presence and competitiveness will be an exciting addition to our program.”

DeAugustino joins the Sabres after serving as a graduate assistant at Anderson University where he earned his Masters of Business Administration.  In his two seasons with Anderson, the Ravens went a combined 15-14-3 with an 8-5-2 record on the road.  The Ravens also had nine student-athletes earn All-HCAC recognition.  In the classroom, the Ravens were also named an NSCAA All-Academic team both seasons for maintaining a team grade point average above 3.0.

DeAugustino was a four-year starting defender at Grove City College and served as a team captain his senior season.  In his senior season, he was named a First Team All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference defender and helped lead Grove City to the conference final.  He was also named a second team All-PAC defender during his junior year.

“I would like to thank Coach Saiberlich and the search committee for this opportunity,” commented DeAugustino.  “I am excited to work with Coach Saiberlich along with the team and I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to help bring the program to success in the near future.”

In addition to serving as a graduate assistant at Anderson, he also spent time coaching USF Real and has obtained his USSF F License along with a National Diploma from the NSCAA.