Madison West Selects Artwork Bonomy As Soccer Coach | Highschool soccer



Armoni Warfield (15) of Madison West carries the ball as Joe Hauser (9) of Sun Prairie tackles a tackle in the first half of a WIAA Division 1 quarterfinal game on the Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School field in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, on Friday tries. November 3, 2017. AMBER ARNOLD, STATE JOURNAL


AMBER ARNOLD, STATE JOURNAL

Jon Masson | Wisconsin State Journal

Madison West has a new soccer coach.

Art Bonomie has been named the Regents’ trainer, Madison West sporting director Alicia Pelton confirmed on Friday.

While most WIAA soccer programs have opted for a shortened fall schedule due to COVID-19, most high schools in Madison – including the entire Big Eight Conference and every Rock Valley Conference school except Madison Edgewood – have moved to an alternate spring season Committed. Leave your stadiums eerily empty this fall.

Bonomy replaces Brad Murphy as coach.

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According to Pelton, Bonomie has six years of experience as a high school coach, including five years with Madison West and one year with Madison Edgewood. Bonomie has 10 years of experience coaching youth football.

“His strong commitment to educational athletics, which includes academics, positive communication, community service, leadership, and program development, will enable us to grow our success on and off the field,” Pelton wrote in a message to Madison West’s parents about the selection of bonomy.

“As the former and now provisional head coach at West this year and an active leader in the Southside Raiders, we are confident the transition will go smoothly and look forward to building the program further.”

According to Pelton, the school chose Bonomy as its permanent coach after taking on an intermediate role.

Bonomie is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. According to Pelton, he continued his education with an advanced management and leadership certificate from the University of Wisconsin.

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