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Default Patrick Farmer is still coaching!!!!!

I was at a showcase and another club coach told me he is still coaching. I didn't even know he was still alive never mind coaching. We did a google search and he is at a D3 school in Kentucky. I didn't imagine he would get another job after what happened at Cornell and getting fired, in 2016.
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I was at a showcase and another club coach told me he is still coaching. I didn't even know he was still alive never mind coaching. We did a google search and he is at a D3 school in Kentucky. I didn't imagine he would get another job after what happened at Cornell and getting fired, in 2016.
Who cares.. What happened BTW ?
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we got Farmers, dun, der, dun, der, dun, der, dun, dun, dunnnnnnn
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I was at a showcase and another club coach told me he is still coaching. I didn't even know he was still alive never mind coaching. We did a google search and he is at a D3 school in Kentucky. I didn't imagine he would get another job after what happened at Cornell and getting fired, in 2016.
He was not fired; why are you spreading gossip? That program was atrocious before he got there and going almost 500 in his time there was a huge accomplishment.

He is now at a solid small school in Kentucky.
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He was not fired; why are you spreading gossip? That program was atrocious before he got there and going almost 500 in his time there was a huge accomplishment.

He is now at a solid small school in Kentucky.
Sun, Sep. 11, 2016, 12:00 p.m.vs San Diego State University, Ithaca, N.Y., Berman Field,
0-1 loss

SDSU right winger gets inside of Cornell left back on through ball and gets taken down, PK, goal.

Player is substituted. Game resumes, heated, loud argument between the player and PF on the sideline. PF is a big guy, weighs over 500 lbs. and escalated into him "accidently" pushing her. Incident could be seen on game video, but that segment came down days later.

Story comes from previous players, asst. coaches and athletic dept. staff, he got fired.
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Sun, Sep. 11, 2016, 12:00 p.m.vs San Diego State University, Ithaca, N.Y., Berman Field,
0-1 loss

SDSU right winger gets inside of Cornell left back on through ball and gets taken down, PK, goal.

Player is substituted. Game resumes, heated, loud argument between the player and PF on the sideline. PF is a big guy, weighs over 500 lbs. and escalated into him "accidently" pushing her. Incident could be seen on game video, but that segment came down days later.

Story comes from previous players, asst. coaches and athletic dept. staff, he got fired.
Ok, so he left the program on September 11 or 12 of that year?
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Sun, Sep. 11, 2016, 12:00 p.m.vs San Diego State University, Ithaca, N.Y., Berman Field,
0-1 loss

SDSU right winger gets inside of Cornell left back on through ball and gets taken down, PK, goal.

Player is substituted. Game resumes, heated, loud argument between the player and PF on the sideline. PF is a big guy, weighs over 500 lbs. and escalated into him "accidently" pushing her. Incident could be seen on game video, but that segment came down days later.

Story comes from previous players, asst. coaches and athletic dept. staff, he got fired.
500 lbs? Your estimation abilities need some serious work.
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Ok, so he left the program on September 11 or 12 of that year?
Investigation ensued, then suspension, then parent of player threatened assault lawsuit, Cornell fired coach PF.
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He was not fired; why are you spreading gossip? That program was atrocious before he got there and going almost 500 in his time there was a huge accomplishment.

He is now at a solid small school in Kentucky.
Overall record, 30-44-8, .41%

Ivy League record, 7-25-3, .24%

He failed miserably plus players hated playing for him, condescending, always complaining, degrading
2012.* 1-14-1, 0-6-1 8th place, 8 teams in Ivy
2013.* 7-8-1, 1-6-0 8th
2014.* 8-9-0, 2-5-0 7th
2015.* 9-4-4, 2-4-1 5th
2016.* 5-9-2, 2-4-1 6th
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Overall record, 30-44-8, .41%

Ivy League record, 7-25-3, .24%

He failed miserably plus players hated playing for him, condescending, always complaining, degrading
2012.* 1-14-1, 0-6-1 8th place, 8 teams in Ivy
2013.* 7-8-1, 1-6-0 8th
2014.* 8-9-0, 2-5-0 7th
2015.* 9-4-4, 2-4-1 5th
2016.* 5-9-2, 2-4-1 6th
He joined in 2012, not his team or recruits; his results in ensuing years show considerable improvement in non-conference games, some improvement in Ivy results, and all results dropped off the table after he left.

For five years before he got there, Ivy 2-31-2:

2007 4 12 0 0-7-0 (Ivy)
2008 2 12 1 1-6-0
2009 1 13 1 0-7-0
2010 6 8 1 1-5-1
2011 2 13 1 0-6-1


Since he left:

2017 2-9-3 (0-5-2 Ivy)
2018 1-13-1 (0-7)

So yeah, I think he did okay while he was there. You appear to have some inside information regarding his coaching style and its effect on players, maybe your daughter played for him, who knows. Not here to champion him or vilify Cornell program; I have nothing but respect for college players, i know its hard to do both, especially at a school like Cornell. I am just looking at numbers, would hardly characterize them as failing miserably.
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