Tom Keegan begins his first year as the head coach of the men’s soccer program at Davis College. His desire is that the players will learn to love the journey, not just the destination. He believes this can occur by intentionally fostering an atmosphere of hard work, dedication, and consistency.
Besides playing and coaching soccer, Tom works as a Teaching Assistant for a Pre-K class at CFJ Elementary School in Endicott, NY, for the Family Enrichment Network. He also enjoys spending time as a regular volunteer at The Bridge Community Center in Johnson City, NY. There he helps build relationships with neighborhood teens, offers Christian truths/teaching, and provides a positive role model.
Tom spent time at SUNY Broome and was named MVP of the men’s soccer team in 2010. He then transferred to Liberty University in Virginia where he obtained his bachelors degree in Youth Ministry. In high school, Tom attended Vestal High School where he won a state championship in soccer in 2007 and made the New York All-State Soccer Team in 2008.
His goal as a coach at Davis College is to educate players towards maturity in intellect, character, and Christian faith on and off the field.