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Dana Veth begins his third season as an assistant coach at Spring Hill College following a successful 3-year playing career at the University of Minnesota Morris.
In his playing time at UMM, Veth won two UMAC All-Conference awards and was once named to the UMAC All-Tournament squad. As the starting center back, his defense pitched 12 shutouts during the both the 2008 and 2009 seasons.
Veth earned international experience as a member of the Bahamas CAPS national team where he led his team to 2nd round qualifications in both the CAPS World Cup and the U-23 Olympic Qualifier in 2008.
In 2007, Veth coached at the Bahama Football Association (BFA) National Academy and has also coached at soccer camp of Blaine High School in Minnesota.
Veth holds a BS in Sports Management from UMM.
Joining the Badgers for his first season on the SHC staff, deLange is a well-known figure in the Mobile soccer community. He has worked with the Davidson High School boy's soccer team since 2008 and previously worked with SHC teams in the 1990s and 2004. He holds two Bachelor's degrees from the University of Mobile, earning a BS in Psychology in 1997 and a BS in Mathematics in 2008.
Annie Kinler begins her second season as the student manager for the women's soccer team. A native of Luling, Louisiana, she is a sophomore majoring in Communications/Public Relations. She plans a career working for a Non-Profit Organization, preferably the ASPCA.
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