Eric Kasperowicz is headed again to the WPIAL, and he’ll be at Mars, simply down the highway from the place he spent eight seasons at Pine-Richland.
In accordance to a report from the Publish Gazette’s Mike White, the Mars college board will vote Tuesday night time to verify Kasperowicz as Mars’ latest head soccer coach. After a 12 months away from highschool soccer, following a contentious exit from Pine-Richland, it appears like he’s heading again into the sport.
During the last season, Kasperowicz has hung out as a volunteer assistant at Pitt, serving to as Pitt received its first ACC championship in December. Kasperowicz led Pine-Richland to 4 WPIAL titles and two PIAA titles in his eight seasons on the helm of Rams’ soccer. With an 85-18 report throughout that span, P-R was a pillar of WPIAL soccer and one of many strongest groups within the state.
Mars struggled via a troublesome 1-9 schedule in 2021, the ultimate season of long-time head coach and athletic director Scott Heinauer’s 30 seasons on the helm of Planets’ soccer, however with a historical past of success in WPIAL soccer, Kasperowicz will probably be tasked with getting Mars again on the map in Class-4A soccer.
With a WPIAL Class-4A schedule, enjoying Part 2 with Armstrong, Hampton, Highlands, Indiana, Kiski Space and North Catholic, Kasprowicz’s activity, if he’s permitted by the college board, to carry Mars again to the WPIAL playoffs will start instantly.