Jon Langer Soccer – Manhattan College Men’s Soccer Coach

jon langer soccer

Jon Langer is a retired American soccer coach who served as the head coach of the Austin Posse and the New England Force between 2012 and 2014. He has also coached for the St. John’s University Women’s Soccer team, and the United States Men’s National Team. He has extensive experience coaching youth and has traveled to Central America. His team is currently ranked in the top 50 in the nation.

Jon Langer Soccer

He played soccer at the collegiate level for the US Junior National Team and the University of Illinois at Springfield. He also played for Betar Jerusalem in the Israeli First Division and for the Sangamon State University. He coached his team to the 1988 NAIA National Tournament and their championship. They lost to Alderson Broaddus College in the Final. Jonathan Langer is the new head coach of the Manhattan College men’s soccer team.

Jon Langer’s professional career started in the 1980s with the Rochester Rhino. After leaving Sangamon State, he went on to play for the US Junior National Team and the United States Soccer Team. He also played for the FC Dallas, and the FC Montreal Impact. In 1993, he joined the Chicago Fire and won the MLS Cup with the Toronto FC. The next year, he signed with FC Dallas.

Jordan McLaughlin recorded his first collegiate goal against Manhattan in the season opener against Delaware State. He played 19 collegiate matches for the Knights and played 749 minutes in midfield. He took eight shots on goal. He was a three-year letter winner in the sport and was selected to the National Academic Honor Roll in 2010. He was named Second Team All-Conference as a senior and was named to the NEC Academic Honor Roll in 2010 and 2012.