Cody Postupac
Newberry College
Cody Postupac
Assistant Volunteer Coach
cpostupac@gmail.com
Newberry (SC)
Division 2

Head coach Bryce Cooper has announced the hiring of Cody Postupac as an assistant coach. There is a lot of potential in this program, and I am grateful for the opportunity to work with the players and staff, on and off the field, Postupac said upon his hire.   Postupac joins the Newberry staff following a stint as a graduate assistant at Walsh University located in North Canton, Ohio in 2018. Postupac served as an assistant for the first team and was head coach of the reserve team at Walsh. His other responsibilities included budgeting, recruiting, scouting opponents, planning practices, creating workout programs and organizing camps. Before his stint at Walsh, Postupac taught high school physics at John Handley High School in Winchester, Virginia for two years. While teaching, Postupac joined the boys soccer team coaching staff where he worked with the varsity and JV teams during his stay. Postupac also coached club soccer with the Shenandoah Valley Elite where he worked with high school and youth players. Postupac graduated from Westminster College in Pennsylvania where he was a four-year starter as a holding midfielder. During his senior season, Postupac was named captain and led Westminster to a conference championship for the first time since 2008. Postupac was also named as an all-conference team selection and helped the team defeat the No. 2 ranked team in the conference tournament semifinals. Postupac graduated with a degree in physics and a minor in secondary education. Im excited to welcome Cody to the Newberry family, Cooper stated.   Cody has experience coaching on several different levels and fronts that will serve him well here.  Hes a high character guy, who prides himself on doing whats necessary to get the job done.  He will primarily be working with the goal keepers as well as other duties with the team.  Im looking forward to working with him as we continue to elevate this program in the SAC and the Southeast region.