Andrew Mpasiakos enters his first season on the Spartan coaching staff in 2020.
Prior to CWRU, Mpasiakos spent the past two years as a full-time graduate assistant for the Goucher College Men’s soccer program. During his time at Goucher, Mpasiakos assisted with all facets related to the program including: recruiting, scouting, practice planning, film analysis and goalkeeper training.
While coaching at Goucher, Mpasiakos was also the boy’s college director and U-16 boy’s head coach for the youth club, Liverpool FCIA-MD. Prior to Goucher, Mpasiakos worked as a full-time staff coach at Cedar Stars Academy-Hudson Valley.
Mpasiakos earned his bachelor's degree in International Studies (with a concentration in Business) from Virginia Wesleyan University in May of 2017.
While at Virginia Wesleyan, Mpasiakos earned four letters in soccer, earning a spot on the ODAC All-Academic Team twice throughout the course of his career. In his first-year season of 2013, Mpasiakos helped Virginia Wesleyan win the ODAC Championships, as the Marlins advanced on to the NCAA Tournament.
A native of Monroe, New York, Mpasiakos has already held several positions in the soccer world. In the Summers of 2015 and 2016, he worked for the New York Red Bulls' Youth Training Division, while during his time at Virginia Wesleyan, he served as a youth coach with several organizations and assisted in youth camps throughout the community.
Mpasiakos also holds the following certifications: USC Premier Diploma (formerly NSCAA), USC Advanced National Diploma (formerly NSCAA), USSF National “C” License, USSF National “D” License, USSF National “E” License, and a USC Special Topics: Reading the Game Diploma.