Hayden Coffman
Austin Peay State University
Hayden Coffman
Assistant Coach
Austin Peay State University

Division 1

Hayden Coffman joined the Austin Peay State University womens soccer program in 2017 as an assistant coach.

Coffman has extensive experience both on the sidelines and on the pitch and brings a wealth of knowledge to the Governors' bench. Since 2013, Coffman has juggled both his professional playing career and a burgeoning coaching career. His experience as a player and a coach allows him to serve as a mentor, role model and teacher to the players.

From 2015-16, Coffman has worked as a goalkeeping instructor at CPS Soccer Academy, a developmental program for advanced players in Tennessee. In 2016, he added director of goalkeeping with Tennessee United Soccer Club, one of the state's elite programs.

He's maintained those instructing jobs in addition to his role with Nashville pro side, Inter Nashville FC, playing in the National Premier Soccer League, since 2015. Prior to that, he spent two seasons as captain for the Southern California Seahorses in the Premier Development League, leading the PDL in multiple categories in 2014. In 2017 Coffman was presented with the NPSL South Region Best XI being the only Goalkeeper to receive the award.

Coffman got his coaching start at his alma mater, Trevecca Nazarene, assisting with the women's program in its record-breaking 16-5-3 season in 2012. As coach of the goalkeepers, Coffman oversaw a unit that recorded 15 shutouts and posted a 0.50 goals-against average, reaching the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCCA) Final Four. Bekah Headrick earned Great Midwest Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors and NCCAA First-Team All-Region for her standout season under Coffman's tutelage.

He also spent two seasons coaching men's goalkeepers at Trevecca, with Braydon Brown earning G-MAC Conference honors.

Coffman was a four-year starter and three-year captain for the Trojans from 2008-12, leaving school with six school records and multiple All-TranSouth selections.

Coffman completed his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science in 2013. He also holds coaching licenses from both the USSF and NSCAA.