Collins enters his first season as the assistant coach for Belmont women's soccer and will primarily oversee the training and development of the Bruin goalkeepers. In addition to working with the keepers, he will also take on the responsibilities of organizing team travel and the squad's community outreach.
"I am excited to welcome Micah to our Belmont family," Henson said. "He's a perfect fit for our program, his desire to build relationships and championship teams is something we really value here. He understands that these strong bonds lead to a stronger team that will win championships. Micah's experience will help build our keepers and lead to their continued growth and development. We can't wait to get started."
The Glen Rock, Pa. native brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the program, having both played and coached collegiate soccer. He recently completed his Masters of Art in Education and Coaching at Greenville University where he was also the graduate assistant coach for the men's soccer program. Prior to Greenville, Collins was a goalkeeper at Villanova and Penn State as well as playing on various club teams throughout his soccer career.