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Beaumont Soccer, a newcomer to Blue Streak athletics during the 1990 season began under Mr. Jim Dunne who coached the Blue Streaks during the program’s first eight seasons.

Over the seasons, Beaumont soccer players have earned various achievements and honors on the field. Most notably, Nicole Gyurgyik ’10, the first Beaumont soccer player to earn both GCSSCA first team All-Greater Cleveland and OSSCA first team All-Ohio honors. Gyurgyik is Beaumont soccer’s all-time leading scorer after tallying 106 goals and 36 assists during her career and was named by ESPN RISE as one of the top girls’ soccer players in Ohio. Teammate Chelsea Day ’13 is the only other Blue Streak to earn both GCSSCA and OSSCA honors.

The soccer program has had several players earn GCSSCA All-Greater Cleveland honors and conference honors, most recently, Nikki Rand ’24, Sophia Boes ’23, Mary Kate Klug ’25, Ellie Olack ’23, and Lexi Patton ’23 earning Crown Conference honors.

Beaumont soccer players were also selected as recipients for the Archie Griffin Sportsmanship Award for consecutive years with Caitlin McGarry ’20 and Caroline Pick ’21 receiving the honor in back-to-back years.

Dennis Weyn, Director of Soccer and Taylor Savarino, Varsity Head Coach

In the spring of 2022, Beaumont hired Dennis Weyn to be its Director of Soccer and Taylor Savarino to be the head coach. Weyn has coached collegiately at Virginia Commonwealth University and at the high school level, he led Hathaway Brown to five Final Four appearances and a pair of state titles (2004 and 2007). In 2004, the National Federation of High Schools named him the Ohio Coach of the Year. He currently serves as the Director of Coaching for Ohio Premier Futbol Club and the Director of Coaching for the Eastside Kickers Soccer Club. Savarino was a standout at North Olmsted High School and played for the Columbus Eagles before transitioning to coaching. She was previously on the staff at Magnificat High School and in the club world, Savarino acts as the East Side Kickers Director of Operations and coaches the OPFC 2008 (08's) and 2009 (09's) girls teams. She guided the (09's) to a state championship in only their second season playing together.