2002 (U18 Girls) Head Coach

Jeff Ykoruk begins his fifth year as head coach at Moravian in 2018. He has coached 11 Landmark All-Conference players including an Offensive Player of the Year, a Defensive Player of the Year, two Rookies of the Year and three United Soccer Coaches All-Mid-Atlantic Region players. Ykoruk has a career coaching record of 115-95-21 in 14 collegiate seasons with his 100th career win in 2017.

In 2017, Ykoruk led the Greyhounds to the Landmark Conference Championship match, and after the season, he was selected as the Landmark Conference Co-Coach of the Year and the ECAC Division III Metro Coach of the Year.

Ykoruk spent 10 seasons as the head coach of the women's program at Ursinus College, leading the Bears to an 85-62-15 mark from 2003 through 2012. He led the Bears to the Centennial Conference playoffs six times including a finals appearance in 2007 and the ECAC Division III Tournament in 2005. He holds the most wins in the regular season, conference and playoff games in Ursinus program history. Ykoruk has served an assistant men's soccer coach at Eastern University for two seasons before arriving at Moravian.

Ykoruk, who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in organizational behavior/applied psychology from Albright College, is also the founder and director of Right Path Soccer LLC, a company that works to develop individual players and club teams. He also served as Director of Coaching for multiple clubs in the Philadelphia area for the past 12 years.

Ykoruk and his wife Sarah reside in Coopersburg with their daughter Lilah.

Credit:  Information obtained from the Moravian College Athletics web page