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Cord Farmer
Assistant Coach
Coach Info:
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Flagler College
Graduating Year: 2003
Experience: 2 Years
Cord Farmer was named an assistant coach for the Dartmouth women's soccer team in May of 2015.

“We are excited to add Cord to our staff at Dartmouth,” Rainey said. “He brings a ton of experience as both a head coach and assistant to the program. He also brings a passion and energy for the game that is evident immediately in how he coaches. We welcome Cord and his family to the Upper Valley".

Farmer spent last season in Reno, Nevada, as part of Dr. Melissa Price's staff at Nevada. He was the top assistant and recruiting coordinator and assisted in game scheduling, film exchange and camps.

At Dartmouth, Farmer will be responsible for the field players, help coordinate recruiting and aiding in the women's soccer office.

Prior to his stop in Reno, Farmer served as the head women's soccer coach at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for six seasons. During his time at RPI, Farmer led the Engineers to their first conference championship, capturing the Liberty League title in 2012 en route to the team's first conference playoff berth. Under Farmer's direction, the Engineers received their first NSCAA national top-25 ranking this past season.

Prior to Rensselaer, Farmer spent one year as the assistant women's soccer coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Wisconsin. While with the Badgers, Farmer assisted in all aspects of on-field training, planning and match preparation, along with coordinating recruiting, film and video.

Farmer received his first head coaching job at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford as the men's soccer coach for one season. He was named the AMCC Coach of the Year after leading the Panthers to their first winning conference record and first conference tournament appearance in a decade.

From 2004-06 Farmer served as an assistant for the men's soccer program at Ithaca College in New York. His first coaching opportunity in collegiate athletics came in the fall of 2003 when he spent time as the assistant women's soccer coach at Penn State University.

In addition to all of his college coaching experience, Farmer has worked with a number of club teams and has been a part of numerous soccer camps. In 2003, he graduated with a bachelor's degree in sport management from Flagler College. He is a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and the United States Soccer Federation. Farmer's accreditations include — Advanced National License and USSF D.