Ross Minick Hired as Assistant Men's Soccer Coach

Ross Minick Hired as Assistant Men's Soccer Coach

Buena Vista head men's soccer coach Ben McArthur has announced the hiring of Ross Minick as his top assistant coach beginning in the fall of 2018.

Minick joins the Buena Vista men's soccer coaching staff after serving as the assistant coach for two seasons at Hiram College.  Minick helped two Terriers receive All-NCAC awards and multiple players earning OCSA Academic All-Ohio awards. Along with his coaching duties, Minick was responsible for recruiting, video and game analysis, and administrative duties.  He also coached club with Everest Soccer Club in the high school age groups.  Before joining the staff at Hiram and Everest, Ross coaches in his hometown for North Royalton Soccer Club as a head coach in the youth travel program.  

Minick has received his United States Soccer Federation "E" license and his United Soccer Coaches Advanced National Diploma. 

Ross just graduated with his Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies from Hiram College. He also received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2012 from Hiram where he was a member of the men's soccer program for four years.  He played club for Internationals Soccer Club during his youth career.  

"Ross is a bright up and coming coach that has a solid coaching background, DIII experience, recruiting experience and will bring energy and hard work to the BV Men's Soccer Program" says McArthur.  "He was impressive during the interviews, and I feel he is good at some things that I might be lacking. I am looking forward to working with him going forward!"