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Austin Pile Dz 08132016 133

Austin Pile

Pile previously spent four years at UC Davis in various roles. He joined the Aggies in 2010 as an assistant coach before being named the team’s interim head coach in July 2013.

Joining a program that was created just one year prior, the Aggies improved every season while Pile was on staff. The Aggies won their first NorPac game in program history with a 2-1 victory over Pacific in his first season and won seven conference games in his three years as an assistant.

Taking over as the interim head coach for the 2013 season, Pile led the Aggies to their first ever victory against Stanford with a 3-2 win, a game that also marked the first victory against a nationally-ranked program. UC Davis matched a program-record with a 3-3 NorPac record in his season in charge. Adding to a season of firsts at Davis, the Aggies also advanced to the NorPac Tournament semifinals for the first time in 2013.

Pile arrived at UC Davis following a three-year stint as an assistant coach for one of the top high school programs in Colorado, Cherry Creek High School in Englewood. He helped guide the team to the Colorado State Championship in 2007.

His coaching experience has included work as a Futures Coach with USA Field Hockey, and he also worked three years as a volunteer assistant at Poudre High School in Fort Collins, Colo.

Pile was a member of the U.S. Junior National Men's Team where he played in several tournaments in eight different countries. One of his former U.S. Junior National teammates was current California assistant coach Malachi Mahan.

He graduated from Colorado State University in 2008.

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