Next on my list of coaches is Chris Agello, a coach with some deep Utah roots. He enjoyed a lot of success in what’s now the USL2 with the Utah Blitzz—winning two league championships, five conference titles, and being named Coach of the Year in 2002. His five year record was 64-21-11.Utah Blitzz
|Year||League||Regular Season||Playoffs||Open Cup|
|2000||USL D-3 Pro League||2nd, Western||Conference Finals||Did not qualify|
|2001||USL D-3 Pro League||1st, Western||Champion||2nd Round|
|2002||USL D-3 Pro League||1st, Western||Semifinals||2nd Round|
|2003||USL Pro Select League||1st, Western||Semifinals||2nd Round|
|2004||USL Pro Soccer League||1st, Western||Champion||3rd Round|
Following his success with the Blitzz, Agnello served as an assistant coach with RSL in 2005. He then moved on to a Coach/GM role for the USL1 Portland Timbers. He didn’t fare as well there, lasting only one season, and posting a 7-15-6 record before resigning.
According to his bio at the RSL website,
Agnello was the first coach in the USL to achieve both the national title and the regular season championship.
I don’t know what Chris Agnello is doing now—google hasn’t helped much, can you?