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Emmanuel "Manny" Oudin (born March 20, 1968 in France) is the former head soccer coach of the Lehigh University women's soccer team. Oudin finished his career at Lehigh after eight seasons ending in 2009. He previously had an extensive playing and coaching career both at the collegiate and professional levels. He played as a defender both indoors and out, winning the 1995 National Professional Soccer League with the Cleveland Crunch. He also coached at the high school, college and professional levels before becoming head coach at Lehigh.

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  • Emmanuel "Manny" Oudin (born March 20, 1968 in France) is the former head soccer coach of the Lehigh University women's soccer team. Oudin finished his career at Lehigh after eight seasons ending in 2009. He previously had an extensive playing and coaching career both at the collegiate and professional levels. He played as a defender both indoors and out, winning the 1995 National Professional Soccer League with the Cleveland Crunch. He also coached at the high school, college and professional levels before becoming head coach at Lehigh.
  • Emmanuel "Manny" Oudin (born March 20, 1968 in France) is the former head soccer coach of the Lehigh University women's soccer team. Oudin finished his career at Lehigh after eight seasons ending in 2009. He previously had an extensive playing and coaching career both at the collegiate and professional levels. He played as a defender both indoors and out, winning the 1995 National Professional Soccer League with the Cleveland Crunch. He also coached at the high school, college and professional levels before becoming head coach at Lehigh University.
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  • Emmanuel "Manny" Oudin (born March 20, 1968 in France) is the former head soccer coach of the Lehigh University women's soccer team. Oudin finished his career at Lehigh after eight seasons ending in 2009. He previously had an extensive playing and coaching career both at the collegiate and professional levels. He played as a defender both indoors and out, winning the 1995 National Professional Soccer League with the Cleveland Crunch. He also coached at the high school, college and professional levels before becoming head coach at Lehigh.
  • Emmanuel "Manny" Oudin (born March 20, 1968 in France) is the former head soccer coach of the Lehigh University women's soccer team. Oudin finished his career at Lehigh after eight seasons ending in 2009. He previously had an extensive playing and coaching career both at the collegiate and professional levels. He played as a defender both indoors and out, winning the 1995 National Professional Soccer League with the Cleveland Crunch. He also coached at the high school, college and professional levels before becoming head coach at Lehigh University.
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