Men’s soccer coaches Marty Todt, Michael Siener flip-flop roles

Marty Todt

For the first time in a quarter-century, the Webster University men’s soccer team has a new head coach.

Marty Todt, who became head coach of the Webster men’s soccer program in 1988 and has held the position for the last 25 years, will be the Gorloks’ associate head coach for the 2013 season.

Michael Siener, who spent the last two years as the team’s associate head coach, has been named as Todt’s replacement. Siener announced the change to returning and graduating men’s soccer players at the conclusion of the Gorloks’ end-of-season team evaluation on Wednesday, Nov. 28.

Michael Siener

Todt compiled a 238-189-50 record during his 25 years at the helm. He was inducted into the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame in 2011. Todt will be inducted into the Webster University Athletics Hall of Fame on Feb. 2, 2013.

In addition to his two years as men’s soccer associate head coach, Siener has been the head coach of the Webster men’s and women’s tennis teams since 2006.

Check later in the week for updates to this story.

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