For Immediate Release: August 15, 2004
Contact: Name David O'Brian (
Phone: 607-777-6478

Matthew Dunn hired as Binghamton men's soccer assistant coach

VESTAL, N.Y.-- The Binghamton men's soccer team has hired Matthew Dunn as an assistant coach. He joins a staff which includes fourth-year head coach Paul Marco and fifth-year assistant coach John Scott.

"We are delighted to have Matthew Dunn join our staff," Marco said. "He is extremely organized, is a great educator and is passionate about the game."

"I am very lucky and fortunate to be working with such a great program as a young coach," Dunn said. "This is a great opportunity for me."

A 2004 graduate of SUNY Geneseo, Dunn brings extensive coaching experience at the high school, college and club levels. Last fall, he was the head coach at Owego High School, where he graduated in 2000. Dunn led last year's squad to a 11-6 record, with all six setbacks coming against teamed ranked in the state of New York. The previous year, while still an undergraduate at Geneseo, Dunn helped coach the Le Moyne women's team during the preseason.

On the club level. Dunn has been part of the coaching staff for the B.C. United Fusion, a Premier Soccer League squad run by Marco. He has also helped established the Geneseo women's soccer club.


Binghamton University--Matthew Dunn named assistant men's soccer coach

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