DUNLAP – Adam Kirkpatrick had a lot of soccer success as a player at Concord High School.
He will now attempt to do the same thing for the strong girls soccer program at his alma mater.
Kirkpatrick has been closed as the new girls soccer coach for the Minutemen. The 2000 Concord graduate replaces Todd Hesselbart, who resigned after the fall season after eight years in charge of the program.
Kirkpatrick played on Minutemen teams that won a sectional championship in 1997 and claimed a regional title in 1998.
Kirkpatrick has coached as an assistant at Anderson University and also been a coach for the Elkhart Flames and the Elkhart County United for the last several years.
Concord went 82-38-16 under Hesselbart and won a sectional title in 2012. The Minutemen were 7-7-1 this past season.