▪ Head coach | UMass Boston
The UMass Boston program has come a long, long way in 14 years.
The Beacons won just six games two seasons before Brendan Eygabroat’s arrival from Suffolk University and had been in the Little East postseason only once in the previous five. They haven’t missed once since, and now have an on-campus turf gem in Monan Park to call their own after spending years traveling to fields in and around Boston, including Campanelli Stadium in Brockton.
"The park is just a great place for our current players to get lots of reps and to sell to potential student-athletes, so it’s already made a huge difference," said Eygabroat, who is just the second coach in school history with 300 or more career wins. "And it’s been a tremendous home-field advantage, which we never had before."