Asbury University

Wilmore, KY 40390
Kentucky Midwest
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Brooke Lincoln

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Brooke Lincoln is entering her fourth season as the head coach of the Asbury women's soccer in 2016.

The last two seasons ended as regular season champions in the KIAC for the Eagles but that return trip to the NAIA National Tournament via KIAC Tournament Championship eluded Lincoln and her squad. The Eagles finished 12-5-1 in 2015 and 11-8 in 2014 but were upended in the KIAC tournament in 2014 in the KIAC Championship versus Rio Grande and exited in 2015 in the KIAC semifinals to newcomer West Virginia Tech. During those seasons the Eagles had two Players of the Year in the KIAC (Rachel Bertrand, DPOY - 2014, Teryn Wright, OPOY - 2015) and 14 All-Conference players under the tutelage of Lincoln. Lincoln also collected KIAC Coach of the Year honors in 2013 and again in 2015.

Brooke Lincoln went into 2014 with both a regular season and tournament championship under her belt in 2013, her first year with the program. The Eagles finished the 2013 season 4-16 but went on a run through the playoffs and qualified for the NAIA tournament with a 2-1 win over Point Park in the Championship game.

Lincoln was named just the fourth women’s soccer coach and the first female head coach since the program began in 2001.

Lincoln came to Asbury after serving as a graduate assistant at Belhaven University in Jackson, Miss. In 2012 Lincoln helped Belhaven reach the Southern States Athletic Conference Tournament for the first time after joining the league in 2010. The Blazers finished 8th in the highly competitive conference that had the top seed in the NAIA National Tournament. During Lincoln’s two years with the Blazers, she handled recruiting in the south region as well as in the state of Mississippi. Although a graduate assistant, Lincoln was the only assistant coach on staff and often ran training sessions. She was also charged with coordinating summer camps, bringing in more than 400 campers during the course of the summer as well as 10 teams.

Prior to joining the staff at Belhaven, Lincoln was the head girls’ soccer coach at Terry High School in Terry, Miss., for two years. At Terry, Lincoln guided the squad to the state Final Four for the first time in school history and garnered a ranking as high as No. 6, finishing the year at No. 12.

In addition to her coaching duties Lincoln will also serve as an Assistant Sports Information Director during the spring season.

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Deangelo Wiser

Former Head Coach, High School Girls Soccer. 223 victories ranks top ten all-time in state of KY. Kentucky High School Girls Coach of the Year with 35 scholarship players. Member NSCAA since 1994, as well as National and Advanced National Diplomas

Published many articles in NSCAA Soccer Journal and is the Founder of Wiser Sports Leadership Consulting Firm, working with business and sports leaders, as well as teams, players and employees toward building a positive, challenging and rewarding atmosphere. Author of “WINNING YOUR PLAYERS”, a book devoted to assisting coaches efforts to bring their team together with trust, loyalty and respect/

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Ben Andrews

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Andrews enters his seventh season at the helm of the men's soccer program in 2016.

Last season the KIAC expanded to seven men's teams with the addition of West Virginia Tech and Ohio Christian to the conference, strengthening the compeitition in conference. Andrews and the Eagles faced one of their toughest schedules ever and came out of the season with a 6-13 record, and an even 3-3 in conference play. They beat Brescia University at home in the quarterfinals of the KIAC tournament and were ousted by eventual National Champion Rio Grande in the semifinals.

In 2014 Andrews and the Eagles went 8-11 with an even 2-2 record in KIAC play during the regular season. They were ousted in the KIAC Tournament Semifinals via 1-0 overtime loss to Point Park. The Eagles finished 11-8 in 2013, advancing to the KIAC finals but falling just short of the fourth title in program history. After tying a school record with 14 wins in 2011, Andrews' squad put together a 12-7-1 season in 2012

In that 14-win, record-setting season, Andrews led the Eagles to a share of their third straight regular season KIAC title and the third KIAC Championship in program history. The Eagles tied a program record with 14 wins, opposing just six losses and two draws. The Eagles fell one goal shy of advancing to the NAIA Tournament with a 3-2 loss to Roberts Wesleyan in the play in game for the National Tournament.

Despite compiling a 3-10-4 overall record in 2010 the Eagles still earned a share of the KIAC Regular Season championship in Andrews' first season. The Eagles were undefeated in four conference matches (2-0-2) for the first time in school history.

During his time as the head coach of the Asbury squad Andrews has coached 23 All-Conference Players including Conference Players of the Year five times (Dylan Fouts 3x, Trent Popp 2x). He's was also named KIAC Coach of the Year in 2011.

Andrews had previously served four years as an assistant with the program. During his stint as assistant, Andrews helped guide the team to an NCCAA Regional championship, NCCAA National Tournament appearance, KIAC Tournament championship, and NAIA Regional Tournament appearance.

Before serving as assistant coach, Andrews graduated in 2006 as a four-year letterman of the Eagle soccer program who served three years as team captain. Andrews was named to the KIAC All-Conference first team squad and first team NCCAA Region XII All-Regional throughout his career as well as earning NCCAA All-American honorable mention honors his senior year.

Originally from Deltona, Fla., Andrews left the sunshine state and a very decorative and successful high school and club career to join the team at Asbury. Andrews also teaches Sports Management related classes within the HPER major and serves in a Director of Facilities role for the athletic facilities. He now lives in Wilmore with his wife Emily and their son, Cooper, who was born in March 2012.

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Nathan Andrews

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Coach Andrews is entering his third season as assistant coach for the Eagles. Prior to joining his brother on staff at Asbury, Andrews was the head coach of the West Jessamine High School boys team.

Andrews was a four year starter at Asbury University from 1998-2002. He was selected for the KIAC All-Conference team, NAIA All-Region team, and the NCCAA All-American Team. After college, Andrews played two seasons for the Southern California Seahorses in the PDL.

Orginally from Deltona, FL, Andrews was a four year starter at Deltona High School and played for the Deltona Youth Soccer Club. Andrews resides in Nicholasville with his wife Jen (who is an assistant for the women's soccer team at Asbury), daughter Madison, and son Titus.

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Zach Welch


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