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    Valenti to Rejoin Penn Coaching Staff; Will Take Over as HC in 2025-26

    We’ve talked a lot about the transfer portal during the first few weeks of the collegiate offseason; however, another hallmark of this time of year is coaching news. This morning the University of Pennsylvania announced a change to their coaching staff. 

    The Quakers all-time wins leader and one of only a pair of two-time national champions in program history, Matt Valenti, will rejoin the Penn coaching staff. 

    Valenti immediately joins Penn’s coaching staff as the associate head coach for the 2024-25 season, then he will be elevated to take over for head coach Roger Reina after the 2025-26 season.

    Reina will stay on for the 2025-26 campaign as the head coach emeritus, which will be his final on the coaching front. 

    Valenti is currently working in the Penn athletic department as an associate AD, Student-Athlete Leadership and Development. 

    Prior to taking his current position in the Penn athletic department, Valenti served for six seasons on the Penn coaching staff. 

    Valenti, a three-time NCAA All-American, was inducted into the Penn athletics Hall of Fame in 2017.

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