While a coach’s role is often associated with on-field success, a great coach can have a profound impact off the field as well, helping athletes develop valuable life skills and character traits that can benefit them long after their playing days are over.
2aDays is a website that offers a variety of services related to college athletics and recruiting, including coach ratings and reviews. These ratings are so valuable because they come directly from current and former student-athletes who have worked directly with the coaches and can offer first-hand experiences and insights into their coaching style, personality, and impact on the program.
Here are the top 5 rated college soccer coaches based on 2aDays’ coach ratings and reviews, underscoring the importance of great coaching in college athletics and beyond.
Number 5. Craig Stewart
Men’s Soccer Head Coach
Craig Stewart enters his 11th season as the head coach of the Providence College men’s soccer team. Stewart is the fourth head coach in school history. In his 13 seasons as a head coach (10 at Providence, three at Franklin Pierce), Stewart has led his teams to a 157-78-30 record, including eight trips to the NCAA Tournament.
“Good coach, even better person. Holds you to a high standard, but it is a standard that is achievable. He should be a coach in the professional ranks in the near future.”
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