Calhoun named new LaVille head boys soccer coach

LAKEVILLE — A recent Argos alum will take the reins of LaVille’s boys soccer program, the school announced Friday.
LaVille High School announced the hiring of Adam Calhoun, a 2009 graduate of Argos High School, as new head boys soccer coach.
Calhoun played four years varsity soccer at Argos as a midfielder and defender. He also played goalie at Ancilla College, where he served as team captain and on the Ancilla College Athletic Committee. He holds three goal-keeping records at Ancilla — shutouts in a season, goals against average and shutouts in a career.
Calhoun currently plays semipro in the NPSL with FC Indiana in Lafayette, which won the Indiana State Cup in Indianapolis last weekend.
“I’m really excited and looking forward to working with everyone at LaVille,” said Calhoun. “I am also looking forward to winning with the guys.
Along with Calhoun’s extensive resume as a player at multiple positions, LaVille LaVille Athletic Director Will Hostrawser also believes his youth will be an asset to the Lancers.
“We look forward to working with Adam and the progression of our soccer program under his leadership,” said Hostrawser. “His youthful enthusiasm coupled with his extensive playing experience will ensure the progression of our program well into the future.
Calhoun takes over for Kevin Christy, who guided the Lancers to a 13-3-1 record in 2011 and graduated 11 players.