Michael Mauro is set to begin his first season on the coaching staff at Loyola University Chicago in 2016. Mauro joins the Maroon & Gold after a two-year stint at Colgate University.
Loyola University Chicago head men’s soccer coach Neil Jones announced the addition of Michael Mauro to his coaching staff. Mauro, who will serve as an assistant, joins the Maroon & Gold.

Mauro comes to Loyola after spending the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Colgate University in Hamilton, N.Y. In 2015, the Bristol, Conn. native helped lead the Raiders to a 10-7-2 overall record that included a 7-2-0 mark in conference play en route to claiming the school’s first Patriot League regular season crown since 2010. He aided in the development of seven All-Patriot League selections and a pair of All-Academic honorees during his time in the Empire State.

After spending one season at the Air Force Academy, Mauro transferred to a tradition-laden Louisville program. He was a member of the Cardinals’ 2010 NCAA College Cup Runner-up team before taking over the reigns of the starting goalkeeper role in 2012. Mauro started in 15 games that season, racking up 11 victories and six clean sheets as Louisville advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament.

Mauro earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sport Administration from Louisville in 2013.