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Flo Liu enters his first season with the Presbyterian College men's soccer team for the 2017 season.

Liu, a nationally licensed coach through United States Soccer Federation (USSF), comes to Presbyterian College after two seasons with Temple University. Liu assisted in all aspects of the program at Temple including student-athlete development, recruiting, video analysis, daily practices, scouting, social media, marketing, alumni relations and camps. Liu assisted in developing 7 all-conference and 2 all-region players.  He helped Temple to one of the best turnarounds in the country in 2015 (8 more wins than previous season) and Temple's highest NSCAA ranking (#17) in 30 years.

Liu was a standout at University of Connecticut where he helped UConn to two NCAA quarterfinal appearances in 2011 and 2012, he was part of a defense that set a school record with 16 shutouts in 2011. Liu played every minute in Big East play on route to conference championship in 2012 while contributing game winning goal against No.8 Notre Dame and game winning assist against No.3 Georgetown.

In 2013, he had a brief playing spell in Germany, including training with Eintracht Frankfurt of German Bundesliga.



Jonathan Lagos enters his first season with the Presbyterian College men's soccer team for the 2017 season.

Prior to PC, Lagos was an assistant coach at Southern Wesleyan University (S.C.) where they won the 2015 NCCAA Division I National Championship. Before Southern Wesleyan, he coached at Berea High School for two seasons and at Furman United Soccer Club, where he still currently coaches.  Lagos also works for Coerver Carolina coaching program and has an E coaching License with the US National Soccer Federation and SCYSA.

Lagos played collegiately at Spartanburg Methodist where they won two NJCAA Region X Championships during his tenure. He then transfered to North Greenville for two years where he led the team in points his senior season.

Lagos also played semi-pro in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) for the Upward Stars in 2014 and helped the team win a South Atlantic Region Championship.

His parents are named Jose Lagos and Brenda Alvarez and has one sibling named Leslie Lagos. Lagos currently resides in Simpsonville, S.C.