Navy men's soccer coach Dave Brandt, the winningest active coach in Division I and four-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America Coach of the Year, has been named head coach of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds of the United Soccer League, team owner Tuffy Shallenberger announced Sunday. Brandt will join the Riverhounds after spending the past seven years at Navy. In 19 years of coaching, Brandt has over 300 wins, holds a .786 career winning percentage (310-72-34) and is the earliest in NCAA history to reach the 200-win mark. Pittsburgh will hold a news conference today at 3 p.m. to introduce Brandt. "The Naval Academy is an extremely special institution, and one that I will always hold close to my heart," said Brandt in a news release. "My time there was a truly life-impacting experience, but the opportunity to coach professionally in a great sports city like Pittsburgh is one that I couldn't turn down." Brandt will inherit a Riverhounds team that earned its first win of the season on Saturday against visiting Toronto F.C. II, 2-1, at Highmark Stadium. He will coach his first game on Saturday as Pittsburgh faces the Red Bulls II at 10 p.m. in New York.