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North Carolina Soccer Hall of Fame
Lee Horton

Lee Horton, a native of Wendell, NC, played soccer for three members of the N.C. Soccer Hall of Fame - Bill Holleman at Ravenscroft School, Dr. Marvin Allen at UNC, and Anson Dorrance at UNC. He is a longtime high school coaches, who at the time of his induction had a combined won-lost record for both boys and girls teams at Charlotte Latin School and the Greenfield School of 697-221-90. He was the NSCAA national Coach-of-the-Year for Private/Parochial Boys in 2004. He serves as the chair of the NSCAA National High School Coach-of-the-Year selection committee. Horton, the head coach of the USL Charlotte Lady Eagles, W-League professional team, since 2000 has also been named W-League Coach-of-the-Year. His team won the W2 National Championship in 2001 and were runners-up in 2002.

Lee Horton's HOF Induction Bio

Lady Eagles’ Lee Horton Inducted Into USL HOF

Lee Horton, the only head coach in the history of the Charlotte Lady Eagles, has been inducted into the United Soccer League’s Hall of Fame. With an overall record of 107 wins, 31 losses and 9 ties, Horton has guided the Charlotte W-Leagueteam to eight playoff appearances including a W-League championship (2001), two championship game defeats (2000 and 2002), as well as conference championships (2000, 2001, 2002, 2006).

Horton is a member of the North Carolina Soccer Hall of Fame (Class of 2007) and has been the head boys and girls soccer coach at Charlotte Latin School for more than 20 years, winning 11 NC State Championships during that time.

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