Arrowhead Christian coach Wayne Cochrun has retired after five years with the Eagles and 40 years of coaching overall according to a press release sent out by ACA Wednesday morning.
Cochrun compiled a 191-183-3 overall record during his career, which saw him coach at Riverside Notre Dame, Santa Ana Mater Dei and Riverside Rubidoux along with ACA. Cochrun helped revive the Eagle program during the last five seasons, leading it to a 17-34 record – with 11 of those wins coming in the past two seasons. Cochrun led ACA to the playoffs in 2008 – earning the Christian League’s coach of the year.
“He’s been instrumental in turning our program around,” ACA athletic director Richard Yaross said in the release. “It’s been a pleasure having him here. He’s returned our program to respectability and we’re all going to miss him.”
ACA is conducting its search for its new coach currently, with all inquiries to be directed to Yaross at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (909) 793-0601 ext. 185.