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DeVincent Earns Certified Athletic Administrator Designation

Ed DeVincent, Athletic Director (AD) at Liberty High School, has earned his Certified Athletic Administrator designation from the National Interscholastic Athletics Administrators Association. 

This certification program is a voluntary professional service to athletic administrators and is based on continuing education, professional growth, and program development in interscholastic athletic administration. It demonstrates the completion of a comprehensive plan for self-improvement that will enhance the ability of the athletic administrator to better serve the school, community, and profession.

DeVincent has served as AD at Liberty, his alma mater, for the past fifteen years. Prior to assuming that position he served as the soccer coach at Liberty. He coached boys soccer for eighteen years overall, with thirteen years as the head varsity coach. During his tenure, his teams appeared in five state semi-finals and two state finals and won the state championship with an undefeated season in 2005. His teams also won eight county, seven conference, and five regional championships.

DeVincent was recognized as Carroll County Coach of the Year five times and was named Coach of the Year for the Baltimore Metro Area in 2005 and NSCAA Coach of the Year for Maryland in 2006 and 2007. He also was recognized by the Maryland State Athletic Directors Association as the District 1B Athletic Director of the Year in 2012. 

In addition to soccer, DeVincent coached in other capacities, including assistant basketball coach and assistant track and field coach at Liberty, as well as assistant baseball coach at Wilde Lake High School.