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Jesuit to honor former soccer coach Bauman at football game Friday

Posted Nov 7, 2013 by Jarrett Guthrie

Updated Nov 7, 2013 at 05:55 PM

Jesuit has announced its plan to honor former boys soccer coach Bob Bauman, who retired earlier this year to focus on his judicial campaign. The school plans to honor Bauman, who coached the Tigers for 26 years including winning five state soccer titles at a reception and ceremony Friday, November 8 during Jesuit’s football game against Tampa Catholic.

There is a reception planned to run from 5:30-7 p.m. in the school’s library, before the game and Jesuit plans to honor Bauman during halftime.

Bauman won 581 career games as Jesuit’s coach and is now pursuing the Hillsborough Circuit Court, Group 34 judgeship.

Bauman was succeeded as head soccer coach by Jesuit Hall of Fame soccer and baseball player Eric Sims. Sims, who was a member of Jesuit’s 1995 state championship team before playing two sports at the University of Tampa, was most recently the coach at Gaither High.

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