Head Coach, UMass Amherst
O’Leary came to Massachusetts in the Spring of 2015 as the new Head Coach for UMass’ Men’s Soccer, having previously spent two years with Toronto FC in Major League Soccer as the Assistant Coach and Director of Player Recruitment. As a college head coach from 1989-2012, O’Leary has 17 winning campaigns and 234 career victories, averaging more than 13 wins per season. He is one of the few coaches to have taken two different colleges to NCAA final fours. His career includes head coaching roles at Bowdoin College (2005-2012), George Mason University (2001-2004), Dartmouth College (1994-2000), Kenyon College (1992-1994) and Elmira College (1989-1991).
Assistant Coach, UMass Amherst
Veteran soccer coach Michael Mordocco joined the UMass staff in April 2015 as an assistant coach under Fran O’Leary and has more than a decade of NCAA coaching experience. Mordocco spent the previous four seasons at UConn, helping his alma mater capture their 13th regular season conference title. The Huskies gained a berth in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals for three-consecutive season from 2011-2013. In Mordocco’s first three years back in Storrs. He was an integral part of the UConn program that boasted a 58-16-15 overall record during his time on the sidelines. As a player at UConn, Mordocco was a member of the2000 National Championship.