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    David Andreychuk Assumes The Reigns Of The Algoma Men’s Soccer Program

    Courtesy of Algoma Athletics

    Algoma University has selected former Capilano Blues Men’s Head Coach David Andreychuk to take over the reigns of the Men’s Soccer program.

    Andreychuk brings a plethora of experience and credentials to the role, and is eager to see how the program can evolve and grow.

    Hailing from North Vancouver, where he himself fell in love with the sport as an athlete for the local high performance youth club and the Vancouver Whitecaps Y-League program, Andreychuk upon graduating from Argyle Secondary, attended the University of New Brunswick to study Business Administration, where he was also awarded a soccer scholarship. He played three years for the Reds. 

    He then went on to pursue a professional career, which allowed him to travel to Germany, Ukraine, and Norway.

    Upon returning to Canada, he began his coaching career at his former high school and led Argyle to consecutive appearances in the B.C. final.

    A North Vancouver native, Andreychuk has six seasons of coaching experience with Mountain United FC where he has coached several of their clubs to provincial titles and appearances at nationals. Andreychuk joined the Capilano University Blues as a lead assistant under Adam Day, then assumed the head coach duties of the Blues in June 2022. Prior to moving to Algoma University to become the new Head Coach of the Thunderbirds. David also earned an Assistant Coach role with Team Canada U16 Boys Team at the Maccabia Games (July 2022).

    Andreychuk assumed head coach duties of the Blues in June 2022 after joining the Blues staff two years prior as the lead assistant under Adam Day.

    Andreychuk holds a UEFA C license coaching certification (SFA) and is applying for his UEFA B shortly, a GK level 2 license (SFA), as well as the Canada Soccer Association National B Licence. He is also completing his Level 2 Talent ID course with the Scottish Football Association. 

    “We are excited to have David join our department and lead our Men’s Soccer program.  He will bring new experiences to our team and we look forward to seeing them continue to develop and compete in the upcoming season,” says Dave Trudelle, Director of Student Life and Ancillary Services at Algoma University.


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