Former Vassar College men’s soccer player Ross Macklin will return to his alma mater for the upcoming 2014 campaign, as he was named as the new assistant coach by head coach Andy Jennings. Macklin worked as a student assistant for Jennings during the 2012 season, after playing for the Brewers over the previous four seasons. Macklin took over in 2012 as an interim assistant coach, and was part of the most successful season in program history. As a senior, Macklin had a fantastic offensive season, starting all 20 games while leading the team with nine assistants and 23 points. Macklin was second on the team in goals with seven, and posted a pair of game-winners. In his career, Macklin played in 68 games, starting 67 times, while scoring 14 goals and posting 17 assists for a total of 45 points.