FAIRFIELD– Notre Dame girls soccer coach Wayne Mones has reached a milestone in his decades-long career. With Tuesday night’s 4-0 victory against Immaculate, Mones earned his 200th win coaching soccer at the high school level.
Athletic Director John Johnson commented, “The Notre Dame athletic community congratulates Coach Mones on his landmark victory. His win total is a testament to his long-term devotion to his players and the game of soccer. More impressive even is the high character student-athletes produced in his program.”
Mones’s coaching resume includes 86 wins with the Central Catholic boys, 114 wins with the Notre Dame girls, and an additional 212 wins with the Western CT State University men. With a record of 200-86-37 at the high school level and 212-89-34 as a college coach, Wayne Mones has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to excellence on the pitch.
“Players make the coach look good”, Mones said. “I’ve been lucky enough to have had many great players over the years.”
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