Andrew Green
Olivet College
Andrew Green
Assistant Coach
Division 3

Andrew Green starts his 2nd season as an assistant men's soccer coach at Olivet College in 2019. Green joins the Olivet staff after spending the 2016 season as an assistant coach with Western Michigan Universitys womens soccer program. The Broncos finished fourth in the Mid-American Conference with a 13-7-1 record. In 2015, Green was an assistant women's soccer coach at Western Carolina University (WCU), where he oversaw the goalkeepers and assisted in recruiting efforts. Before coming to WCU, he was at Olivet High School. He spent his first season as an assistant varsity coach for the boys and girls, and then was promoted to head varsity boys coach for the second season. In 2014, he led Olivet to the district semifinals, a school-record finish, while being name runner-up District Coach of the Year. During his time at Olivet, he coached 11 all-district and 12 all-conference players. A native of Pompano Beach, Florida, Green began his coaching career at his alma mater, Cardinal Gibbons High School. From 2009-2011, he was the head boys junior varsity Coach and an assistant varsity coach. During his time at Gibbons, the Chiefs had 18 players on the all-country selections. Green graduated from Olivet College in 2014 with a bachelor's of arts degree in social science. He was a member of the 2011 and 2012 teams, which played in back-to-back Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Tournament championship games. The Comets were ranked as high as sixth in the nation in 2012. Green holds a United Soccer Coaches Advanced National Diploma, USSF D license and GK level I license.