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George DeAugustino

Head Women's Soccer Coach


George DeAugustino came to Waynesburg University in the summer of 2021 after serving as the associate head coach of the women's team at NCAA Division III member Marian in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.

DeAugustino was named associate head coach of the Sabres in 2020. That season, Marian went 4-6 overall and 4-4 in Northern Athletic Collegiate Conference (NACC) play. At the end of that season, five of DeAugustino's players were named to the All-NAAC North Team.

DeAugustino initially joined Marian as an assistant coach in July, 2017, before becoming associate head coach. He arrived at Marian after serving as a graduate assistant for Anderson University, where he earned his Master of Business Administration degree. In his two seasons with Anderson, the Ravens went a combined 15-14-3 with an 8-5-2 record on the road. The Ravens also had nine student-athletes earn All-HCAC recognition. In the classroom, Anderson was lauded as an NSCAA All-Academic team both seasons for maintaining a team grade point average above 3.0.

No stranger to Western Pennsylvania and the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC), DeAugustino spent his collegiate playing days at Grove City, where he was a four-year starter on defense and a team captain and team MVP as a senior. That same season, he was named a first team All-PAC pick and helped lead Grove City to the conference championship game. He was also named a second team All-PAC defender during his junior year. That same season, his Wolverine teammates voted him as their Most Outstanding Junior.

By the time he graduated from Grove City, he tallied three goals and an assist over 69 collegiate starts.

Prior to joining the Wolverines, DeAugustino forged a decorated high school career at Seneca Valley. Over four years with the Raiders, he was twice named an All-WPIAL performer and a two-time, all-section selection. In 2010, he was voted Team MVP. Along with his escapades on the pitch, DeAugustino was a track standout at Seneca Valley. He was a part of the Raiders' WPIAL championship 4x400-meter relay squad that also took third at the PIAA Championships 11th at the New Balance National Championships.

DeAugustino has earned his United Soccer Coaches National Diploma & Goalkeeping Level 1 Diploma.


B.S. Grove City College; M.B.A. Anderson University