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Tennessee Soccer Camps

Brian Pensky Head Coach

University of Tennessee vice chancellor and director of athletics Dave Hart announced on Jan. 26, 2012 that Brian Pensky, the 2010 Soccer America National Coach of the Year, has accepted the position of head soccer coach at the University of Tennessee. Pensky takes the helm at Tennessee after seven years as the head coach of the women's soccer program at the University of Maryland.

"I am excited to have Brian coming to Tennessee to lead our soccer program," said Hart. "Brian is an outstanding coach with a proven record of success in building and maintaining an elite program capable of competing at a championship level. We welcome Brian, Abby and their children into our Volunteer family."

Joe Kirt Assistant Coach

Joe Kirt recently completed his fifth season at Tennessee, now working as an assistant coach on the staff of new Lady Vol Head Coach Brian Pensky.

He will continue his main duties of training goalkeepers, as well as coordinating travel, recruiting and soccer camps. From late December of 2011 through Pensky's hiring in late January of 2012, he also handled all aspects of the program as UT made a head coaching transition.

Jonathan Morgan Assistant Coach

Jonathan Morgan completed his first season on Rocky Top in 2016 after being named an assistant coach for Tennessee in January of 2016 following a nine-year stint at the University of Maryland.

In his first season with the Vols, Morgan helped the program continue its strong reputation on the defensive side of the ball in 2016. UT posted eight shutouts and a 1.45 goals against average on the year en route to a 11-9-1 overall record and a 5-5-1 mark in SEC play.

Note: The University may postpone or cancel this event due to circumstances or conditions beyond its control, such as, but not limited to, natural disasters, acts or war, acts of God, or public health emergencies. Neither party shall be liable for damages for delay or default if such delay or default is caused by circumstances or conditions beyond its control, such as, but not limited to, natural disasters, acts of war, acts of God, or health emergencies. The Parties will consult with other to determine if the event can be rescheduled. -- It is not permissible for boosters to provide expenses for individuals to attend any of the Tennessee Sports Camps. Expenses include but are not limited to, lodging meals, transportation, and/or camp tuition.
-- All of Tennessee Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).