July 1, 2011
For Immediate Release
Fort Wayne, IN – Indiana Tech President Arthur Snyder announced today that Martin Neuhoff has been named as the school’s new director of athletics. Neuhoff has served as the interim athletic director for the past eight months and brings more than 15 years of coaching and administrative experience at Tech to the position.
“Coach Neuhoff has been a valued member of our coaching staff for many years, and he will provide very effective leadership as we continue to develop student-athletes who excel in competition and in academics,” Snyder said.
After starting the women’s soccer program at Indiana Tech in 1996, Neuhoff has served as the head coach of the men’s soccer team for the past 13 years. During his tenure he has redirected the men’s program and was named the 2008 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Champions of Character Coach. Neuhoff followed it up in 2009 by receiving Regional Coach of the Year, WHAC Coach of the Year, and Indiana Tech Coach of the Year honors after guiding his team to a WHAC Tournament Championship and a deep run in the NAIA National Tournament.
Before coming to Indiana Tech, Neuhoff was the full-time director of Soccer Academy, Inc. out of Michigan. He has been actively coaching since 1982 while doing consulting and training clinics for coaches and players alike.
Neuhoff attended Christian Brothers College and Pretoria College. With a background in marketing, he was a senior merchandise manager and later a human resources director with JCPenney. Alongside his wife, Chris, they started and sold a flourishing business in 1996.
Neuhoff’s wealth of experiences, along with his dedication and commitment, will help all student-athletes reach their full potential both on and off the field.
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