Brady Larkin joined the Lynchburg men’s soccer coaching staff for the 2015 season and is now in his third year. The University of Mary Washington graduate was a three-year starter for the Eagles at outside back. Larkin helped UMW advance to the Capital Athletic Conference title game in 2012.
Larkin served as an assistant coach in 2014 for the University of Maine at Farmington, working in many areas, including organizing training sessions, student-athlete recruitment, scouting opponents, preparing video for individual/team analysis and training the goalkeepers. He also has club head coaching experience with the Central Virginia United U16 Boys and the Seacoast United Mariners U10 Boys.
He has worked at numerous camps over the last five years and volunteered as an intern with Soccer without Borders in Kampala, Uganda over the winter of 2013-14.
Larkin will be pursuing his master’s in educational leadership at Lynchburg. He graduated from Mary Washington in 2014 with a degree in geography. Larkin holds a USSF C License.