Rob Seaton enters his first season as a assistant coach for the men’s soccer program. Seaton joined the coaching staff in the fall of 2016 after playing for the Bearcats from 2012-15.

During his playing career, Seaton served as a captain for the 2015 team that advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The Bearcats began the season 9-0, the second-best start in program history. Seaton is also credited with the first ever goal scored for Lander under current head coach Lee Squires.

As a freshman, Seaton started 16 games for the 2012 team that won the Peach Belt Conference regular season title. In four years as a Bearcat, he appeared in 64 matches, netting 12 goals.

Seaton has also served as an assistant coach for the Greenwood High men’s soccer team for the past three seasons, helping guide the program to two region championships.