Joe McNab pronounces retirement as soccer coach at Notre Dame High

Joe McNab, who spent 39 years as an assistant soccer coach at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame High earlier than taking on as head coach in the course of the COVID-19 season in 2020-21, informed his workforce on Tuesday he’ll retire from teaching soccer.

McNab will proceed to be a Notre Dame college member and coach the monitor workforce, which has gained 10 Southern Part championships.

The Knights went 5-7 this soccer season.

McNab was an instrumental a part of a soccer program run by Corridor of Fame coach Kevin Rooney for many years, serving as his defensive coordinator. McNab’s spouse, Neezer, is an assistant principal at Taft.

Now the Knights will launch a seek for his successor. One doable candidate is offensive coordinator Jake Goossen-Brown, who returned to Notre Dame after being a profitable head coach at Morro Bay.

Notre Dame’s opening makes it a uncommon 4 Catholic colleges in search of head coaches, becoming a member of Santa Ana Mater Dei, Anaheim Servite and Encino Crespi.

One other coach opening was introduced at Vista Murrieta, the place Eric Peterson has stepped down.