Coach Logan Fleck Memorial Service Saturday

The memorial service for former Head Soccer Coach Logan Fleck will be held at 4 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 23, Lee Chapel inside Elizabeth Hall. Coach Fleck passed away July 20. Born May 20, 1960, he was 54 years old.

He began his Stetson career in August of 2007 and guided the Hatters to an 11-5-2 mark and a second place finish in the Atlantic Sun Conference.

In 2009 he led the Hatters to the second Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Championship in the program’s history and second-ever berth in the NCAA Tournament. Stetson finished the regular season with 12 wins and then picked up postseason victories, giving Fleck the program record for the most wins in a season. On October 23, 2011, Fleck earned his 50th win with the Hatters.

He recently completed his seventh season as the head coach of Stetson University’s men’s soccer program in 2013. With his former stints at Arkansas-Little Rock and USF, the longtime soccer veteran compiled winning seasons in 11 out of his 13 years coaching collegiate soccer, and 213 career victories in 25 years of coaching men’s and women’s soccer.

Fleck held a United States Soccer Federation National “A” license as well as a Youth National License. He was an instructor at U.S. Soccer National Coaching Schools and for National Youth Licenses, as well. He was the head coach of the United States Youth Soccer Association South Regional teams from 1989-91 and most recently, served on both coaching staffs for the women’s and men’s South Regional teams, as well as a U.S. Soccer Federation National staff coach.

Fleck is survived by his mother Carol Fleck; sister Mary Beth Fleck; stepmother Jan Fleck; and niece Braden.

University Chaplain Michael Fronk will officiate at Saturday’s service. The Stetson community and members of the public are invited to attend.