Mick Giordano is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Wofford men’s soccer program in 2017 after spending one season as an assistant at Wake Forest University. This followed a year as top assistant at his alma mater, UNC Asheville.
Giordano’s tenure at UNC Asheville marked his first coaching position after spending time playing professionally in Germany in the fall of 2014. He joined the Bulldogs before the 2015 season after suffering injuries overseas that ended his playing career. Giordano replaces Eder Quintanilla on the Demon Deacon staff, who is leaving Wake Forest to become an assistant coach for the San Jose Earthquakes’ Development Academy.
Collegiality, Giordano played for UNC Asheville for two seasons in 2012 and 2013 after sitting out the 2011 season following a transfer from Charlotte. Giordano’s playing career started at Greensboro College in 2009 before spending the 2010 season playing for Charlotte. He graduated from UNC Asheville in December 2013 after starting 17 games for the Bulldogs as a senior.