Wranglers make coaching change
AUSTIN, TX - The Austin Wranglers announced today that they are making a change in the head coaching position.
"We appreciate Coach Foster's work with this team over the past three seasons. He did a great job building this team and we wish him well in his future endeavors," said Wranglers President Doug MacGregor. "We are excited about the core group of players that have re-signed and we look forward to building on the momentum we established as an organization this season."
"It is with great regret that I leave the Austin Wranglers organization. I am appreciative of the opportunity to build this franchise. I am proud of the football team that we have built here." said Skip Foster. "This is a team with high character men who are excellent football players and are winners. I wish the team and the organization the best next year. With another good off-season this team has the foundation to be highly successful".
Foster has been with the Wranglers since their inaugural season in 2004. He compiled a 24-25 record including a playoff berth in 2006.
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