Daniel O'Hare
Arkansas State University
Daniel O'Hare
Graduate Assistant Coach
Arkansas State
Division 1

Daniel O'Hare is entering his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Arkansas State women's soccer team. O'Hare serves as the Red Wolves goalkeeper coach and guided his group to the best single-season goals-against-average in school history at 0.85 in 2017. A-State rotated among two primary goalkeepers in Kelsey Ponder and Megan McClure. The pair combines to allow just 15 goals on the year and had six shutouts and nine victories. Ponder took over as the teams primary keeper late in the year and was named as an All-Sun Belt Conference Second Team selection after she set numerous school records during the year. She broke her own record by collecting five shutouts on the year and currently possesses the lowest single-season goals-against average in the programs history at 0.57. She also owns the record for most wins by a goalkeeper in a career at 14 finished the year ranked in the top-five in saves percentage. O'Hare played collegiately at the University of Limerick in Ireland for two years before transferring to the U.S. where he finished out his career at Tennessee Wesleyan University as a goalkeeper. The Bulldogs, who were ranked regularly in the top 25, advanced to the Appalachian Athletic Conference tournament in each of his two seasons with the squad, while winning 19 games and keeping 6 shutouts during his time with the club. His duties at Arkansas State will include serving at the goalkeeper coach and assisting with the day-to-day operations of the team. O'Hare graduated Tennessee Wesleyan with his bachelor's degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in finance. He also graduate with his master's degree in Business Administration at Arkansas State in 2019.