Robert Emmett
Robert Emmett
Assistant Coach
Division 1

Robert Emmett joined the Binghamton University men's soccer coaching staff as an assistant coach in February 2017.  Prior to joining the Bearcats staff, he spent one season as the top assistant at Division II Lake Erie College in Painesville Ohio. Emmett assists Marco in all facets of the program, including the training and development of the goalkeepers, recruiting, field player training and development, game preparation and opponent scouting.    In 2016, Emmett assisted the Lake Erie College Storm who opened the year with team's best start in program history at 5-1-0, before concluding the season with an 8-7-4 record, the second-most victories in single-season program history. Fueling the team's run were its efforts on defense, as the Storm ranked inside the top-11 in the nation in several statistical categories, including shutouts (3rd), goals-against average (4th), save percentage (9th) and shutout percentage (11th). That same year, six players received All-GLIAC and All-Tournament Team honors. Additionally, Lake Erie was the only institution to have a freshman receive First-Team accolades. He also helped to develop goalkeeper Hugo Fauroux, who was the 2016 GLIAC Goalkeeper of the Year.   Prior to joining the Storm, Emmett served as an assistant coach for the SUNY Cortland mens soccer program where he assisted in the development of second team All SUNYAC Goalkeeper Joe Brandofino. Emmett competed for the Red Dragons mens soccer program from 2010-2013 as a goalkeeper.   In 2014, Emmett served as an assistant coach for the Cortland womens soccer program. He also had a part in the development of the local soccer community, as he served as a staff coach for the OnePlus Soccer Academy.     In December of 2016, he earned his masters degree in Sport Management from SUNY Cortland. He earned his bachelor's degree in Sport Management and a minor in communications from SUNY Cortland in 2014.   Emmett holds his NSCAA Advanced National Goalkeeping Diploma. He also holds his Advanced National NSCAA Diploma.