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Men’s soccer completes coaching staff
Louis Liberatore was assistant coach at Frostburg State the past two years
May 22, 2014Tweet
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VESTAL, N.Y. – Binghamton head men’s soccer coach Paul Marco announced the addition of Louis Liberatore (pronounced Lib-er-AH-tor) to his staff Tuesday afternoon. He joins Marco and current assistant Nic Rossi to form this year’s coaching staff.
Liberatore arrives from Frostburg State, where he was the graduate assistant coach for the women’s soccer team the past two seasons. As the goalkeeper coach, he helped guide the squad to 22 wins during that span as well as a 0.95 GAA and 15 shutouts.
Prior to his stint at Frostburg State, Liberatore was a volunteer assistant goalkeeper coach at his alma mater, Belmont Abbey, during the 2011-12 academic year. At the same time, he was the assistant director of goalkeeper for the Gaston United Soccer Club.
“I’m thrilled to have Louis join our staff,” Marco said. “He brings great energy and enthusiasm both on and off the field. He will be a great addition, especially in working with our goalkeepers.”
“I want to thank Paul for giving me the opportunity to join the men’s soccer program,” Liberatore said. “I look forward to learning from Paul and Nic while bringing my own skill set and experience to the program. I also look forward to working with and helping to improve a great group of young men.”
A five-year letterwinner at Belmont Abbey, Liberatore graduated in 2012 with a double major in sports management and sports psychology. A two-year team captain, he was named both All-Conference Carolinas and Academic All-Conference Carolinas.
Liberatore holds a NSCAA National Diploma as well as a Level III Goalkeeping Diploma.
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