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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - April 11, 2019
Portland, ME—Cheverus High School Announces the Selection of William “Bill” Goodman as Varsity Girls Basketball Coach
Cheverus High School is pleased to announce that Bill Goodman will serve as the next head coach of the girls basketball program effective Wednesday, April 10. Amy Ashley, athletic director at Cheverus High School, said, “We are thrilled to have Coach Goodman lead our girls basketball program. Bill has been extremely successful at the high school level. His resume speaks for itself. He cares for his players on and off the court and he understands that skills development is as important as character development. He is a great fit for Cheverus High School.”
Coach Goodman comes to Cheverus from Deering High School, where he has served as assistant coach last season. From 2012-2017, Goodman was the varsity girls basketball head coach at McAuley/Maine Girls Academy (seven-year record of 121-24 with three Class A State Championships, four Class A Regional Finals and seven Class A Tournament appearances). Prior to that, Goodman served as varsity girls basketball head coach at Greely High School (51-11 Record and two Class B Regional Finals appearances).
He is a graduate of Western New England University.
About Cheverus High School: Founded in 1917, Cheverus High School is an inclusive co-educational, independent, college preparatory school in Portland, ME sponsored by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), whose mission is to prepare young men and women to be people for and with others by fostering intellectual, spiritual, physical, and personal excellence. Cheverus has a rich history deeply rooted in Jesuit philosophy spanning nearly 500 years and remains committed to its founding principles of superior educational and spiritual growth of the individual. Cheverus is part of the Jesuit network of over 800 middle school, high school, colleges, and universities worldwide.