2017 Boys Collegiate Staff

As of 4April2017, the following coaches are committed for 2017 camps.  The below list includes Session I and Session II staff.  Please visit program page for session specific staff list.  Coaching staff is subject to change.

SCOTT BLACK – Boston University

Director of Boys Collegiate Soccer Academy

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In addition to serving as full-time Associate Head Coach of the Men's Soccer Program for Boston University, Scott Black is Director of Collegiate Soccer Academy.  Black joined the BU terriers in 2007 and previously served as assistant coach for Virginia Tech and Penn State University.  At Boston University, Black spends most of his time as the recruiting coordinator, scouting and training the team, but also assists in all facets of the soccer program, including budgeting, academic advising, scheduling and fundraising.

During his tenure, BU has made four NCAA appearances, captured three America East regular season titles and earned an America East championship trophy.  more>>

DJ CORRAO – Assumption College

DJ Corrao begins his third season as the men's soccer head coach at Assumption College in 2016. He was named to the position on July 7, 2014.In addition to his role as men's soccer head coach, Corrao also serves as an operations coordinator in the Assumption athletics equipment room.

In 2015, Assumption posted a 2-12-4 record. Senior goalie Dana King earned Northeast-10 Third Team All-Conference honors and freshman Harrison Eden was named to the Northeast-10 All-Rookie Team for his play during the 2015 season. The Assumption College men’s soccer program was also awarded the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the 2014-2015 academic year, posting a cumulative GPA over 3.0.  more>>

STEWART FLAHERTY – Bates College

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Stewart Flaherty became head coach of the Bates College men’s soccer team after the 2011 season, promoted into the head spot after assisting former head coach during the 2010 and 2011 seasons.  A 2004 graduate of Loughborough University in England with a master’s degree in sport psychology, Flaherty has accumulated extensive experience with player development and recruitment in the U.S.  In addition to his coaching at Bates, for the past two years he has served as goalkeeper coach with the Portland Phoenix senior team in the PDL.  more>>

KENN FRYER – Clark University

Former four-year letterwinner at national powerhouse Brandeis University, Kenn Fryer begins his first season on head coach Matt O'Toole's men's soccer staff in 2016.  In his new role, Fryer will assist in all facets of the program, including recruiting, practice preparation and student-athlete development.

Fryer's four years in Waltham were littered with team success as they graduated with 71 wins – most in a four-year span in school history. The Judges also made four NCAA Tournament appearances, won a pair of UAA Conference crowns and made a trip to the Elite Eight in 2014 during Fryer's tenure.  more>>

CHARLES METZ – Colby Sawyer College

Metz will enter his first season in the fall of 2016 as the Head Coach of the Colby-Sawyer men's soccer program. Metz, who was hired in the summer of 2016 as the third head coach in the 25-year history of the program, takes over a team that went 11-8 overall and 8-1 in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) in 2015.  

Metz received a BA in Recreation and Sports Leadership from Eastern Mennonite University (Harrisonburg, Va.) in 2009 and a Master of Science in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University (Irvine, Calif.) in 2011.  more>>

EWAN SEABROOK – Colby College

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After 10 years as an assistant coach at the NCAA Division I level, Ewan Seabrook enters his second year as head coach of the Colby College men's soccer program in the 2015-16 academic year. Seabrook helped Colby go from 4-10 in 2013 to a 7-6-3 record last year and a sweep of Bowdoin and Bates to win the CBB title.

Seabrook, a native of Lewes, England, spent six seasons at the University of New Hampshire as associate head coach and four years as assistant coach at Hartwick College.  more>>

DAN ROBERTS – Emmanuel College

Following a national search, the Emmanuel College Athletic Department is pleased to announce the hire of Dan Roberts as the Head Men's Soccer Coach.  Roberts becomes just the third head coach in the program's 14-year history and takes over the role from Colin Goin who stepped down earlier this year after serving in the position for seven seasons.

Emmanuel College Director of Athletics and Recreation Alexis Mastronardi would like to thank all of those who participated in the interview process, sincerely thanking all those for their time during the on-campus interviews.  more>>

JOE CALABRESE – Endicott College

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Entering his fifth season at the helm of Endicott Men’s Soccer in 2013, Head Coach Joe Calabrese looks to build upon the program’s successful campaign in 2012. The 2012 season was highlighted by an ECAC semifinal appearance and a third place finish in the highly competitive Commonwealth Coast Conference. The Gulls 9-8-5 final record was their best overall record in nine years. In his first year at Endicott, Calabrese led the program to its first ever bid into additional post season play with an appearance in the ECAC Tournament.  more>>

ROY FINK – Franklin Pierce University

Roy Fink wrapped up his first season as head coach of the Franklin Pierce University men's soccer team in 2015.  Through one season in Rindge, Fink has amassed a 5-9-3 record (.382 winning percentage) over 17 games to run his career record to 15-47-6 (.265) over 68 games in four seasons as a collegiate head coach.Fink's first season in Rindge was one of rebuilding for the Ravens, as he took over a squad which featured just five seniors.

Rindge is the second head-coaching stop for Fink, who spent three seasons as the head coach at fellow Northeast-10 member New Haven, from 2012 through 2014. Prior to his time in blue and gold, Fink spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Division I University of Massachusetts, where he was in charge of coordinating travel and monitoring the academic progress of the program's student-athletes.

DAVID STYLES – Franklin Pierce University

David Styles wrapped up his first season as an assistant coach with the Franklin Pierce University women's soccer team in 2016.

Styles makes his collegiate coaching debut with the Ravens after completing a four-year playing career with the Division I men's soccer program at Hartwick College. An All-Sun Belt Conference Second Team selection as a senior, he finished his career with 19 points on five goals and nine assists, playing primarily as a midfielder. Styles also earned Sun Belt All-Tournament Team honors in his junior campaign. While he was with the Hawks, the squad captured a pair of Sun Belt Championships and made two trips to the NCAA Championship.  more>>

TREVOR SINGER – George Mason University

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Singer is in his fourth season with Mason in 2015, coming to the University after spending three seasons at Temple University. His duties also include serving as the recruiting coordinator. 

At Temple, Singer served as an assistant coach and was responsible for working with goalkeepers, scouting and recruiting. The squad made two A-10 tournament appearances and defeated two NSCAA Top 25 ranked teams during his three seasons. Individually, Singer helped develop 11 A-10 All-Conference, five NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-Region and two NSCAA All-Americans selections. One of his players also participated in the MLS Player Combine and eventually signed with the Philadelphia Union, while two were selected to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch list and seven were tabbed to the NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-Region squad. more>>

DEREK POTTEIGER– Gordon College

Head Coach Derek Potteiger will return for his fourth season at the helm of the Gordon College Men's Soccer  program in the fall of 2016. 

In his debut in 2013, Potteiger led the Scots to their best finish in Gordon history (19-3-0) which included the  program's first ever NCAA  tournament win, a 1-0 result  over Eastern Connecticut State. Named the  Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Coach of the Year for  his efforts, six of his players were selected  to the CCC All-  Conference Team, four to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America  (NSCAA)  All-New England Team and ECAC All-Star Team, and one to the NSCAA and  D3Soccer All-America teams.  more>>

BRENDAN UJVARY– Hamilton College

Brendan Ujvary is in his second year as an assistant coach for the Hamilton College men's soccer program. He was an assistant with the Utica College men's team in 2013 and 2014.

Ujvary helped guide the Pioneers to a pair of Empire 8 playoff appearances, including the program's first trip to the championship game in 2013. Utica players received eight all-conference team honors and one Empire 8 rookie of the year award during his time at the school. Ujvary recently obtained his National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) National Diploma.  more>>

FLOREAL PEDRAZO– James Madison University

Floreal Pedrazo comes to Harrisonburg from the University of Montevallo in Montevello, Alabama, where he has served as an assistant coach for men's soccer since 2013, helping the team to a conference championship. He also led the Alabaster Competitive Soccer Club in Alabama as the head coach of the U15 and U18 teams and spent a year as the Montevello women's tennis head coach in 2014.

During his first season in Harrisonburg, JMU won the last four games of the season for the program's first four-game win streak since 2011. The Dukes won five of their last six games and placed three players (Callum Hill, Billy Metzler and Kyle Morton) on the All-CAA Third Team.  more>>

CHRIS CAMILLE – Lesley University

Chris Camille is a Lesley University graduate who returned to Cambridge to join the staff in the fall of 2013. In his two seasons, Camille has helped lead the Lynx to a pair of NECC Tournaments and ECAC New England Tournaments berths. He has also served as a coach at the John Smith Soccer Association, as the head coach of the Mass Soccer U23 team since 2014, and is currently the head coach of the SFC. Camille holds an NSCAA National Diplmoa, NSCAA Junior Level VI Coaching License and holds a Special Topics Certificate from the organization.  more>>

EVAN PRYBUTOK – Manhattan College

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Evan Prybutok is in his first season as the top assistant coach at Manhattan after previously spending the last five seasons as an assistant coach at Temple University.  With the Jaspers, Prybutok will have responsibilities in every aspect of the program including but not limited to coordinating recruiting, on-field coaching, goalkeeper training and scouting.

At Temple, Prybutok assisted recruiting, scouting, performance analysis, scheduling, academic advancement and goalkeeper training. This past season, the Owls were ranked as high as 17th nationally and finished the year with a 10-7-2 record. In 2013, he was part of Temple’s American Conference Coaching Staff of the Year after the Owls went 10-4-4 en route to finishing fourth in their inaugural season of American Athletic Conference play.  more>>

KEN BOVELL – Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Ken Bovell enters his second season as the head coach  of the MIT men’s soccer in 2016 after an extremely successful first year in which he led the Engineers to a program record mark of 18-3-1 and the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III Tournament. Prior to his promotion to head coach last year, Bovell served as an assistant for two seasons under then head coaches Aidan Byrne and Mike Singelton.

As part of the success that Bovell brought to the MIT men’s soccer program, he was awarded with both the NEWMAC Coach of the Year and ECAC Division III New England Coach of the Year accolades in 2015.  more>>

KIM WYANT – New York University (NYU)

Kim Wyant is in her first season as Head Coach of the New York University men's soccer program after spending four years as an assistant on the NYU women's soccer coaching staff. During that span, she helped the squad post an overall 42-27-6 (.600) record, including a NCAA Tournament appearance in 2014.
 
The first goalkeeper in the history of the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team and recipient of the Special Recognition Award from the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2008, Wyant brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the program, boasting an extensive resume as both a player and coach.  more>>

CAM OMSBERG – Northeastern University

Cameron Omsberg joined the Northeastern men's soccer program in February 2016.  Omsberg left Bates College after his second season as an assistant coach with the men’s soccer program.  He served as the team’s lead assistant under head coach Stewart Flaherty.  In 2013, Omsberg helped the Bobcats record their most goals since 2008, most shutouts since 2006, and concede their fewest goals since 2002.

Omsberg graduated from Lehigh University in 2013 and captained the Mountain Hawks as a junior and senior. A three-year starting defender, Omsberg earned a spot as a candidate for the Lowe’s Senior Class Award for contributions on and off the field in 2012.  more>>

ADRIAN DUBOIS – Saint Joseph's College of Maine

Dubois, who came to Saint Joseph’s after serving as an assistant for the University of Massachusetts-Boston during the 2013-14 academic year, was tabbed as the Monks' head coach in August of 2014.

Under the watch of Coach Dubois in 2015, Saint Joseph's registered one of the best turnaround seasons in program history. In 2014, the Monks went 5-15-0 overall, including a 3-6-0 mark in GNAC play. In 2015, with the help of an impressive recruiting class – both in number and ability, St. Joe's went 11-7-1 (6-3-0 GNAC) en route to securing the #3 seed in the conference tournament and hosted sixth-seeded Albertus Magnus College in a GNAC quarterfinal on November 1st.  more>>

JOSH TAYLOR – Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU)

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After spending seven seasons as an assistant coach with the program, Josh Taylor was named the eighth head coach in SNHU men's soccer program history on April 30, 2015.  Taylor joined the men's soccer program as an assistant coach before the 2008 season and was elevated to the top assistant spot prior to the 2012 season.  During that time, the Penmen compiled a 117-20-16 (.817) record while making seven straight NCAA appearances, including four trips to the national quarterfinals in 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2013.  In 2013, the Penmen captured the ultimate prize, winning the second NCAA Division II national championship in program history with a 22-1-1 record.  SNHU won four Northeast-10 Conference tournament titles (2008, 2012, 2013, 2014) and four regular season titles (2008, 2009, 2013, 2014) over that span.  more>>

DALE JORDAN– Steven Institute of Technology

Dale Jordan was named Stevens Institute of Technology’s head men’s soccer coach on August 15, 2016 by Director of Athletics Russell Rogers, making him the seventh head coach in the history of the storied program. 

Jordan came to Stevens after a two-year stint as the assistant coach at Hobart College, helping the team to 25 wins and a pair of Liberty League semifinal appearances. Jordan coached 11 all-conference performers during the period including six first teamers.  more>>

BRYAN HARKIN – Tufts University

A Derry, Northern Ireland native, Bryan Harkin joins the Tufts Men's Soccer coaching staff as an assistant in the fall of 2014.  Harkin arrived in the United States in 1999 on a scholarship to play at Fairfield University (CT) having previously been playing with Liverpool FC youth & reserves while representingNorthern Ireland at various age groups.

As a stand-out performer,  Harkin helped the Fairfield Stags to a conference championship and a regular spot in the national top 25 while earning All-Conference honors in 2001 and 2002 and All-Region laurels in 2002 from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.  more>>

MIKE KULAS – University of Hartford

Mike Kulas returns for his fifth season as an assistant coach for the University of Hartford’s men’s soccer team in 2015. Kulas, who joined the Hawks in 2011, has worked alongside head coach Tom Poitras for the last nine years, as he previously served as his top assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He assists with all aspects of the program with an emphasis on recruiting.

While at Green Bay, Kulas helped pilot the team to four-straight Horizon League tournament appearances, including a historic season in 2009 that saw the program earn its first-ever tournament championship coupled with an NCAA Division I Tournament appearance, the first in 26 years. In 2007, his impact aided the Phoenix in returning to the Horizon League championship game as the former college defender helped Green Bay set a team record with 12 shutouts in a single season.  more>>

MIKE MORDUCCO – University of Massachusetts (Amherst)

Massachusetts men's soccer head coach Fran O'Leary announced the hiring of former Connecticut assistant coach Michael Mordocco to the same position with the Minutemen.  Mordocco comes to UMass with more than a decade of NCAA coaching experience and has spent the past four seasons at national power UConn. Mordocco spent the previous four seasons at his alma mater, and he helped the Huskies capture their 13th regular season conference title and their first-ever American Athletic Conference championship this past fall. Connecticut was tabbed the AAC's Coaching Staff of the Year in his final season at UConn in 2014.  more>>

JAKE BEVERLIN – University of Massachusetts (Boston)

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Jake Beverlin was named the head men’s soccer coach at University of Massachusetts Boston in February 2013.  Beverlin came to UMass Boston after serving as the head assistant men’s soccer coach at Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown since 2009.  Having coached and competed at all levels both in the United States and in Europe, Beverlin will be tasked with making the men’s soccer program one of the top teams both in the Little East Conference and in Division III.  more>>

RICH WEINREBE – University of New Hampshire

Rich Weinrebe returns to his alma mater in the role of assistant coach after spending two seasons at Southern New Hampshire University. While with the Penmen, he helped the team to a 2013 NCAA Division II National Championship title after they posted a record of 22-1-1 overall and a perfect NE-10 conference mark of 13-0-0. It was the first time SNHU won the national championship since 1989. After falling in the season opener to Post, the Penmen won their next 20 games en route to the NCAA Title.  more>>

TONY BASSETT – University of Rhode Island

Tony Bassett joined Gareth Elliott's staff in February of 2014 and helped lead the Rams to the Atlantic 10 regular season title during his first season in Kingston. In the summer of 2015, he earned his NSCAA Premier Coaching Diploma.  Prior to joinging the Rhode Island staff, Bassett spent two seasons as an assistant with the University of New Hampshire men's soccer program.

In his final season at UNH (2013), the Wildcats finished 12-5-1 and advanced to the semifinals of the America East Tournament, but eventually fell to Hartford in penalty kicks. It marked the second year in a row that New Hampshire was eliminated from the conference championship on PK's as the 2012 Wildcats advanced to the AE title game, only to lose to UMBC in a shootout.  more>>

BRIAN MITKO – University of Vermont

Brian Mitko begins his first season as an assistant coach at the University of Vermont with the start of the 2015 campaign. Mitko joined the UVM staff in February 2015.  Mitko came to Vermont after one season as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the men's soccer program at Bard College in New York. Mitko was responsible for Bard's 2014 recruiting class, created drills for training sessions, monitored student-athlete's academic performance, and prepared scouting reports on opponents.

Mitko graduated from Skidmore College in 2013, earning a bachelor's degree in exercise science. He earned eight varsity letters as a two-sport athlete at Skidmore. He was a four-year member of the men's soccer and lacrosse teams. He was a two-year captain of the men's soccer team and as a senior he was named the ECAC Defenseman of the Week twice and Liberty League Defensive Player of the Week four times.  more>>

CONNOR ERICKSON – Wentworth Institute of Technology

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The 2015 season marks the third for head coach Connor Erickson, whose first season saw the Leopards make an improvement from the 2012 campaign.

Wentworth may have finished 2-15-1, however the Leopards would earn a spot in the Commonwealth Coast Conference Tournament after missing the playoffs in 2012. Playing one of the toughest schedules in the country, three of Wentworth's losses were by a single goal and one of the two wins was over Roger Williams, which was regionally ranked.

Erickson comes from Bridgewater State, where he was beginning his second stint (2009-2010; 2013) as an assistant men’s soccer coach.  more>>

YONHA ADRABI– Wheaton College

Yonha Adrabi is currently in his second year as an assistant coach with the men's soccer program. Adrabi is responsible for the development of the goalkeepers and also assists with the rest of the coaching staff with the development of the defenders and midfielders.

Adrabi brings a wealth of knowledge to the program as a former collegiate student-athlete and high-level youth athlete.  more>>

EVAN HOLMES – Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)

Evan Holmes has been a fixture on the WPI sideline for over two decades. Now in his 24th season at WPI, he is one of the longest tenured assistant coaches in any sport in the NEWMAC, Holmes was named the AFLAC National Assistant Coach of the Year in 2002.

Holmes has been on the staff with former head coach and current assistant Malcolm MacPherson for 26 years, including three at Fitchburg State. A former head coach at Division I Holy Cross, Holmes has also had coaching stints at Boston College, Clark and Holy Name High School in Worcester.

A holder of several USSF and NSCAA advanced licenses and diplomas, Holmes also has served as the WPI Soccer Camp Program Director since 2003.  more>

Divisions

Division I

  • Boston University - Patriot League
  • College of the Holy Cross - Patriot League
  • George Mason University - CAA
  • James Madison University - CAA
  • Manhattan College - MAAC
  • Northeastern University - CAA
  • University of Hartford - America East
  • University of Massachusetts Lowell - America East
  • University of New Hampshire - America East
  • University of Rhode Island - Atlantic-10
  • University of Vermont - America East
  • Yale University - Ivy League

Division II

  • Assumption College - NorthEast-10
  • Franklin Pierce University - NorthEast-10
  • Southern NH University- NorthEast-10

Division III

  • Bates College - NESCAC
  • Clark University - NEWMAC
  • Colby College - NESCAC
  • Colby Sawyer College - NAC
  • Emmanuel College - GNAC
  • Endicott College - CCC
  • Gordon College - CCC
  • Hamilton College - NESCAC
  • Lesley University - NECC
  • Massachusetts Insti of Techn.(MIT)- NEWMAC
  • Saint Joseph's College of Maine - GNAC
  • Stevens Institute of Technology - ECAC
  • Tufts University - NESCAC
  • Univ. of Massachusetts (Boston) - Little East
  • Wentworth Institute of Technology - CCC
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) - NEWMAC

 

IAN CLERIHEW – Yale University

Clerihew, who begins his second year as an assistant coach in 2016-17, joined the Yale staff with 17 years of experience both as a head coach and an assistant. He spent three years as the head coach at Franklin Pierce University where he guided the Ravens to the 2012 NCAA Division II Tournament and three appearances in the NE-10 Tournament.

Clerihew served as the head coach at Mars Hill College from 2009-11 and guided the program to unprecedented heights during his three seasons, compiling a 35-19-6 record (.633). He led the 2011 team to the first NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in program history, advancing to the round of 16 and finishing the season ranked 17th in the nation. His 2010 team was ranked 13th in the nation for a portion of the season, the highest national ranking in program history.  more>>