Andrew Gamarra
North Central College
Andrew Gamarra
Head Coach
atgamarra@noctrl.edu
North Central College

Division 3


Gamarra joins the North Central women's soccer coaching staff in 2016 as the Cardinals head coach.  Previously, Andrew was the head women's coach at the Sage Colleges in Albany, New York.  
In his two years as head coach, Gamarra has helped the women's soccer program achieve new levels of success. In his first season, he led the team to a record of 12-6-2, while the squad earned post-season play in both the Skyline Conference Tournament and the ECAC Division III Metro Tournament. By season's end, Gamarra had earned Skyline Conference Coach of the Year honors after leading the team to the semifinals of both the Skyline and ECAC tournament.
Most recently, Sage's women's soccer team finished the 2015 campaign with a share of the program's first Skyline Conference regular-season championship after an 8-1 record. Sage fell in the Skyline Conference semifinals in penalty kicks and capped the record-setting season with a 14-4-1 mark. The 14 wins is a new standard for success for the team, while also strung together a seven-game win streak and had the Skyline Conference Rookie of the Year, while three players earned Skyline First Team honors another pair earned second team citations, and the Gators produced the team's first NSCAA All-East Third Team performer. 
In just two seasons, he already boasts a career record of 26-10-3, posting a .705 win percentage with the Gators.
Gamarra is very knowledgeable about the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW) as he spent five seasons as an assistant men's soccer coach at his alma mater, Carthage College. Gamarra initially attended the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and was part of the program's first NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in 2006. He added two game-winning goals as a member of the 2007 team that capped the season with an 11-7-1 record and a quarterfinalist showing in the league tournament. He transferred to Carthage in fall 2008 and played for two years before graduating in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in business administration. He later earned a master's degree in education from Carthage in 2013. 


Andrew Gamarra
Head Women's Soccer Coach




Andrew Gamarra joins the North Central women's soccer coaching staff in 2016 as the Cardinals head coach.  Previously, Andrew was the head women's coach at the Sage Colleges in Albany, New York.  
In his two years as head coach, Gamarra has helped the women's soccer program achieve new levels of success. In his first season, he led the team to a record of 12-6-2, while the squad earned post-season play in both the Skyline Conference Tournament and the ECAC Division III Metro Tournament. By season's end, Gamarra had earned Skyline Conference Coach of the Year honors after leading the team to the semifinals of both the Skyline and ECAC tournament.
Most recently, Sage's women's soccer team finished the 2015 campaign with a share of the program's first Skyline Conference regular-season championship after an 8-1 record. Sage fell in the Skyline Conference semifinals in penalty kicks and capped the record-setting season with a 14-4-1 mark. The 14 wins is a new standard for success for the team, while also strung together a seven-game win streak and had the Skyline Conference Rookie of the Year, while three players earned Skyline First Team honors another pair earned second team citations, and the Gators produced the team's first NSCAA All-East Third Team performer. 
In just two seasons, he already boasts a career record of 26-10-3, posting a .705 win percentage with the Gators.
Gamarra is very knowledgeable about the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW) as he spent five seasons as an assistant men's soccer coach at his alma mater, Carthage College. Gamarra initially attended the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and was part of the program's first NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in 2006. He added two game-winning goals as a member of the 2007 team that capped the season with an 11-7-1 record and a quarterfinalist showing in the league tournament. He transferred to Carthage in fall 2008 and played for two years before graduating in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in business administration. He later earned a master's degree in education from Carthage in 2013.