Dennis Bohn In 15 seasons under the guidance of Dennis Bohn, the Lafayette men's soccer program has produced nothing but winning teams. Bohn has led the Leopards to winning seasons in 12 of his 15 years on College Hill, three Patriot League championships and three NCAA Tournament berths.

His overall record entering his 16th season at Lafayette is 132-92-55 with a 46-44-23 mark in Patriot League play and a 68-28-22 tally at Oaks Stadium.
Lafayette College
Head Coach
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Ken Bovell 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.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Head Coach
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Justin Serpone In his ninth season leading the Amherst College men's soccer team, head coach Justin Serpone directed the Purple & White to a phenomenal and historical season that culminated in the program's first-ever national title.

Guiding his team to an 18-1-2 record (9-0-1 NESCAC), Serpone was named the 2015 NSCAA, D3soccer.com, and HeroSports.com Division III Coach of the Year. The 18 wins for Amherst in 2015 ties the program's high watermark for victories as Serpone's 2013 squad also finished that season with an 18-1-2 ledger.

Since taking the reins in 2007, Serpone has amassed a superb 138-17-24 overall record which includes four NESCAC championships (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013); nine appearances in the NCAA Division III Championship tournament; eight Sweet 16 berths; four Elite 8 appearances; a pair of Final Fours; and the program's first national championship in 2015.
Amherst College
Head Coach
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Jordan Cyrus Cyrus rejoined the Maryland men's soccer program in the summer of 2015, serving as a volunteer assistant for the Terrapins.

Cyrus, who inked a contract with the Vancouver Whitecaps immediately following the 2013 campaign, posted three goals and six assists in 48 games while playing for the Terrapins during from 2009-12.

An ESPN Rise Magazine First Team All-American, Cyrus was a two-time NSCAA All-American and the all-time leading goal scorer at Norfolk Academy (122 goals).
University of Maryland
Assistant Coach
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Jorge Chapoy Jorge Chapoy begins his fourth year with the Maroon and White after serving as the assistant coach at East Stroudsburg University. During his time there, he assisted with all aspects of the program, while also running the team's camps and serving as the head coach for the U13 girls PAGS team of ENCO United and the U18 boys MAPS team of the RYSA.

Chapoy was a stand-out player during his playing days at East Stroudburg, scoring 73 goals and tallying 36 assists during his career. The Monclova, Mexico native was a First Team All-American in 2003 and was the PSAC Conference Player of the Year that same season.
Lafayette College
Assistant Coach
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Ben Beaver Ben Beaver joined the Haverford College men?s soccer team as an assistant coach prior to the 2016 season. In this position, Beaver is involved in all facets of the program including practice planning, advanced scouting, and recruiting.

His impact on the sidelines was immediate as the Fords repeated as Centennial Conference Champions, becoming the first team in conference history to win the Centennial Conference regular season title and Centennial Conference Tournament title. Haverford also advanced to the NCAA Tournament second round as a regional host.
Haverford College
Assistant Coach
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Tim Stanton Tim Stanton, a 2016 Colby graduate and co-captain of last year's men's soccer team, is in his first year as an assistant coach.

Stanton, a government major, was a four-year member of Colby and played on defense. Good in the air, Stanton had five career goals. The most memorable score was his overtime goal in the 2015 season to defeat Williams College.
Stanton coached with the Yarmouth High School boys soccer team during the summer of 2015.
During his time at Colby, Stanton volunteered with the Let's Get Ready program, helping low income students prepare for the SAT and apply to colleges.
Colby College
Assistant Coach
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Cam Omsberg Cam Omsberg enters his first season as assistant coach of the Northeastern men's soccer team, arriving at Northeastern in February 2016. He joins the NU coaching staff having served as the top assistant coach at Bates for the past three years.

While at Bates, Omsberg assisted in all aspects of the program?s day-to-day coaching operations, weighing in heavily on recruiting and player development. He played a key role in landing the Bobcats their first ever Division I transfer in addition to recruiting the program?s first NSCAA High School All-American. With a focus in positional training and one-on-one video analyses, Omsberg strengthened Bates? underclassmen, aiding in the development of the program?s first All-NESCAC sophomore since 2008.
Northeastern University
Assistant Coach
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Steven DeMatteo Steven DeMatteo enters his third season on the sidelines for the Maroon and White.

A 2013 graduate of William Paterson University in Wayne, N.J., DeMatteo spent two seasons at Division III Arcadia before coming to College Hill where he coordinated all recruiting efforts and was responsible for team and opponent film breakdown, opponent scouting and all functional field player training. Additionally, he assisted in team academics and organized alumni events, one-day clinics, summer camps and team gear packages.

During his time at Arcadia, DeMatteo also served as a Staff Head Coach for Match Fit Academy FC at the USSF Academy. There, he was responsible for conducting team sessions and developing players to prepare them for the USSF Academy level of play.
Lafayette College
Assistant Coach
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Kenn Fryer 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.
Clark University
Assistant Coach
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Craig O'Rourke Craig O'Rourke II returns for his tenth season at the helm of the Salve Regina men's soccer program, having previously won the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) championship in 2012.

In his first nine years, O'Rourke has guided the Seahawks to eight consecutive conference tournament appearances, the 2012 CCC Championship, a spot in the 2012 NCAA National Tournament field, as well as an Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship tournament appearance in 2010, advancing to the semifinals. At the same time, O'Rourke has also helped the team succeed in the classroom, earning the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) College Team Academic Award in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, and 2016
Salve Regina
Head Coach
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Charles Metz 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.
Colby Sawyer College
Head Coach
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John Shimer John Shimer joined Pine Manor in January 2014 as Head Women?s Soccer coach and the inaugural Head Coach of the Men?s Soccer Program.

Shimer joins Pine Manor after spending the 2013 season as the First Assistant Men?s Soccer Coach at Endicott College. At Endicott, Shimer helped design and implemented practice plans for the Men?s Soccer program while also serving as the Goalkeepers Coach and recruiting coordinator where he helped land several top recruits from around the country for the Gulls.
Pine Manor College
Head Coach
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Pete McDonnell Pete McDonnell enters his first season as the men's soccer assistant coach in 2016.

McDonnell initially moved to the US in 2010, where he coached with Global Premier Soccer in Massachusetts, before returning to his native Ireland, to complete his UEFA B Coaching Diploma. During this time, McDonnell also acted as Director of Coaching and Academy Development for the soccer club his Father and Grandfather founded, in 1975.
Husson College
Assistant Coach
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Matt Travis Matthew Travis was hired in the summer of 2016 and will begin his first year as an assistant coach on the defending NCAA Division III national champion Amherst College men's soccer staff.

Travis joins head coach Justin Serpone's staff this fall following the completion of his master's degree in Leadership Management at Montreat College in Black Mountain, N.C. where he also served as a two-year graduate assistant men's soccer coach.
Amherst College
Assistant Coach
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