Bryan Longo begins his first year as an assistant coach for the MIT men’s soccer team this fall.
Longo has been involved with coaching soccer for the past 11 years which includes two years as the head coach of the Lexington High School Boys Varsity team, where he led the team to a record of 25-4-6 and back-to-back Middlesex League titles in 2014 and 2015. Longo also spent one year as a pro coach of the Lexington United Soccer Club, five years as a staff coach for SFC New England and 11 years as a coach at the Soccer 101 Academy.
Longo holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration – management from Seton Hall University and a masters in business adminstration – marketing from Bentley University. Longo was a Division I men’s soccer player in the Big East Conference at Seton Hall as he started in 62 games in the midfield from 2007-2010.
Longo is also a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) as he holds a national diploma from the organization.