Marlyn Argueta, a 2008 South River graduate, was named as the Seahawks boys soccer coach, replacing Jeff Vincent, who stepped down after leading the program to 110 victories in 12 seasons. Argueta served as an assistant coach the past six years. "I have been working for this for so long. It is the perfect opportunity at the right time. I love soccer. I love coaching. I love South River," Argueta said. Argueta assisted Vincent on varsity for three years before leading the junior varsity team the past three seasons. In a statement announcing Argueta's hire, South River athletic director Dave Klingel praised both his former and current coaches. "We thank coach Vincent for his 12 years of service to our boys soccer program," Klingel said. "He took our program from struggling to a perennial contender. Marlyn will bring enthusiasm and knowledge to the positions. We look forward to Marlyn continuing the success of our boys soccer program.