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Longtime Augusta University coach accepts job at the University of Maine

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Adam Ward, who has been the head coach of Augusta University’s cross-country and track and field team for 19 years, announced he has accepted a coaching job at the University of Maine over the weekend.

“It is unbelievable what this program in Augusta means to me and my family. It is really tough...

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3 COMMENTS

  1. The new AD should take a look at Adam Ward’s comments and take them to heart. That’s what’s holding the athletics program back in most sports, the lack of equitable spending to improve the athlete’s experiences and improve facilities. AU athletes have no facilities that make any of them want to come here to play. Most are here for the education side. Good luck coach Ward.

  2. It’s a shame that AU made such a pathetic offer to keep Ward here. He’s done so much with so little support. They’re going to regret losing this wonderful coach. Keel has done a lot of good things but he’s missed out here.

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