BALTIMORE – The longtime legendary soccer coach at the University of Maryland in Baltimore County is stepping down.
Pete Kalinghi will retire on April 1, 2023 after 32 seasons as a coach.
Caringi has coached nine national teams and 11 conference championship teams.
He coached the 2014 College Cup team, which won 320 games.
Among active NCAA men’s head soccer coaches entering the 2022 season, Caringi ranked 17th with 310 total wins and 39th with a winning percentage of 59.5.
He joined UMBC in the fall of 1991 and set a record of 15-5-1, tying the winning program mark in his first campaign.
His 1999 team earned the program’s first NCAA Tournament bid, leading the nation with a winning percentage of 93.2 (19-1-2). After winning his conference title in the Americas East in 2010, 2012 and 2013, his team in 2014 won his fourth crown and kept a clean sheet in four consecutive NCAA Road Contests. , qualified for the College Cup in Cary, North Carolina.
Caringi also presided over a UMBC Division I and league-sponsored team that reached the national semi-finals. The Baltimore native earned National Coach of the Year honors from the sport’s governing body, his NSCAA (now United’s football coach) and its most respected publication. soccer america2014 season.
Caringi finished his 32nd season as the Retrievers head coach, surpassing former UMBC head baseball coach John Jancuska (1978-2011).
During his tenure, Caringi never had a losing streak in the fall campaign.
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