Brian Dunleavy - 2013
Brian Dunleavy is in his second season as the Assistant Coach of the Georgia Southern University Women’s Soccer team.
Dunleavy joined the Eagles after a two-year coaching stint at Saint Leo University in Dade City, Fla. where he worked with the men’s soccer program. While at Saint Leo, the Lions, who compete in the Division II Sunshine State Conference, posted a 15-15 overall record.
Before coming to Saint Leo, Dunleavy was the head men’s soccer coach at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, an NCAA Division III institution in the Bronx, NY where he spent a year directing the Dolphins.
Prior to his stint in the Bronx, he spent two years as a staff coach for the Long Island Rough Riders in the Professional Development League’s Youth Academy located in Long Island, NY.
After a four year playing career at Hofstra University, from 1999-2002, Dunleavy joined the coaching staff as an Assistant Coach in 2003. He helped the program to win back-to-back Colonial Athletic Association Championships along with NCAA appearances in 2004 and 2005.
Dunleavy holds an NSCAA National Coaching Diploma. He graduated with his Bachelor of Arts in English and American Literature from the Hofstra University College.
A native of Levittown, NY, Dunleavy currently resides in Statesboro with his wife Janine and their son Owen.