The longest-tenured coach in the history of Tompkins Cortland Community College athletics is stepping down.
Andy Davis announced on Friday (February 22) that he has decided to leave the men’s soccer program he has led for the last 14 seasons in order to spend more time with family and pursue other opportunities. Davis led the Panthers to 12 playoff appearances in those 14 years.
“I’ve been fortunate to spend my time here working with some great young men, helping them develop as players and people,” said Davis in a release. “All of my teams are like family to me, and I’m very thankful I’ve had the chance to grow with each of them. While it’s the right time for me to step down, I wish nothing but the best for all of my guys and for this program as a whole going forward.“
Davis is a former national player of the year and All-American as a player at Herkimer County Community College. He has coached 69 all-conference players, 40 all-region players, 11 all-Americans, and 5 national academic student-athlete award winners at Tompkins Cortland.
He will continue his work in the College’s athletics department as the office operations
The TC3 Athletics Department says a search for his successor will begin immediately.