Michael Teiman begins his first year as a Assistant Coach for the Colonels’ men’s soccer team, where he will be responsible for assisting head coach Phil Wingert with all aspects of the program.

Teiman comes to Wilkes after serving as the men’s and women’s assistant soccer coach at Penn State-Berks for the 2015 season. While at PSU-Berks, Teiman helped the women’s program win the NEAC championship and helped the men’s team set program records in wins, goals scored, goals allowed, and assists.

Teiman also works as a coach for FC Revolution, where he worked with teams from under-10 to under-18 on improving technical development of players as well as running one-on-one lessons.

Teiman also served as a coach for Mossley Hill Athletic Club from 2010 to 2011 where he organized team practices and assisted in the development of youth players.

Teiman graduated from The College of William and Mary in 2015 with a degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences  following a standout four-year career in which he was named All-CAA four years in a row.