Ohio State's head coaching search ended Monday after announcing Brian Maisonneuve as the head of the men's soccer program.
Maisonneuve was the associate head coach on IU Coach Todd Yeagley's staff for the past nine years.
While at IU, Maisonneuve helped the Hoosiers take home the 2012 NCAA Championship, the 2010 Big Ten regular season championship and the 2013 Big Ten Tournament championship.
Maisonneuve is familiar with the Columbus area. During his career in Major League Soccer, Maisonneuve played on Columbus Crew from 1996 to 2004.
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