Kevin Larry enters his first season as a member of the Shaw University club soccer coaching staff. His coaching experience is at both the club and collegiate level. He began his coaching career at the college level as a volunteer assistant at Alcorn State University in Lorman Mississippi for the 2012 season. His next assignment was under the tutelage of soccer legend Anson Dorrance at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. There he worked as a volunteer assistant breaking down game footage for future training purposes.

Larry’s club experience is with Raleigh area clubs Triangle Futbol Club and CASL as well as men’s amateur club Triangle Brigade FC. Brigade FC set some major club milestones in 2014. In fact, within seven months of existence, this young club was able to capture the Southeast Regional Championship of amateur soccer and in doing so, qualify for the 2015 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. Brigade FC’s season fell short of the National Championship Finals by one game, losing in the National Semi Final in Sandy Utah to eventual champion Maryland Bays. The Brigade FC also competed in the TASL Men’s Open A Division, Raleigh North Carolina’s top men’s amateur division. With the Brigade, Kevin had the privilege of working with players who competed as division 1 players and in the professional ranks in the USA, South America and Europe.

The Vicksburg, Mississippi native holds a National Coaching license from NSCAA, Raymond Verheijen Football Periodization Certificate and State Diploma.