Jonathan Potter named head coach at Presbyterian


Elon assistant Jonathan Potter has been named the new head coach of Presbyterian’s men’s soccer program. 

Potter has served as an assistant under Chris Little at Elon since 2011 and prior to that was an assistant at Carolina Dynamo in the Premier Development League and spent a year on the staff at Davidson. During his time on the staff at Elon, the Phoenix has won 62 games and captured at least a share of two conference regular season championships, three league tournament titles and four trips to the NCAA Tournament.

He takes over a Presbyterian program that hasn’t won since September 6, 2014 and has only eight wins in the last four seasons.

Potter will replace Bret Boulware, who compiled an 87-171-20 mark over 16 years in charge, which included six seasons of eight or more wins and a South Atlantic League regular season title in 2001.

The Bluehose struggled mightily in 2015 compiling an 0-16-1 record while being outscored by opponents 49-6. Their only point this season was a scoreless draw with High Point on October 16.

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