Andrew has recently been hired as the Womans Assistant Coach at the University of Louisville following his stint at Harvard University. Former Major League Soccer (MLS) goalkeeper Andrew Quinn joined the Harvard coaching staff as a coaching assistant on April 21, 2011. In his first season in Cambridge, Quinn, who works primarily with Harvard’s goalkeepers, helped coach the Crimson to earn three shutouts. In addition, goalie Austin Harms finished in the Harvard record books with 18 career clean sheets. Quinn joined the Crimson staff after serving as a volunteer coach at Georgetown for one season. He helped the Hoyas to the program’s first Big East title in 15 years and their first NCAA appearance since 1994. A member of D.C. United in 2010, Quinn earned a roster spot on the MLS squad despite not being selected in the MLS Draft. Quinn also worked with the U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy and was responsible for training all of D.C. United U-16 goalkeepers.
Quinn also served as the goalkeepers coach for the Boston Breakers women's professional soccer team during the summer of 2012 and continues in this role. He runs private sessions for Boston area goalkeepers and continues to develop up and coming goalkeepers of all ages. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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