Greensboro College

Greensboro College Athletics
815 W. Market Street Greensboro, NC 27401
Division 3 North Carolina Southeast
Private Small National competitor

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Tony Falvino

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Tony Falvino enters his fourth season as the Pride’s head men’s soccer coach in 2018-19.


Personal


Resides in Greensboro, N.C.


Family Includes: Wife, Amanda


At Greensboro College


Named head coach prior to 2015 season


41-16-2 (.694) career record in three seasons (Entering 2018-2019)


26-3-2 record in USA South Athletic Conference play


USA South Regular Season Title (2015)


USA South Coach of the Year (2015)


USA South Championship Appearance (2015)


Player Development at Greensboro College


16 USA South All-Conference Selections


Six USA South All-Tournament Selections


Two USA South Rookie of the Year Selections


One USA South Player of the Year Selection


One All-Region Selection


One All-American Selection


Season Synopsis


2017: The Pride men posted an overall record of 15-5-1, while going 9-1-1 in USA South Athletic Conference play. Following the season, junior Carlos Barragan was named USA South Athletic Conference Player of the Year.


2016: The Pride men finished the regular season with an overall record of 12-8, while going 8-2 in USA South Athletic Conference play. At the conclusion of the regular season, the Pride advance to the USA South Athletic Conference Tournament semifinals.


2015: In his first season at the helm of the Pride, Greensboro went on to win the USA South Athletic Conference Regular Season Title after posting a 9-0-1 conference record, while going 14-5-1 overall. The Pride then advanced to the conference tournament championship game, falling by a 1-0 score.


Prior to Greensboro College


Falvino came to Greensboro College from Davidson College where he served as an Assistant Coach for the Wildcats since the 2012 season. Prior to joining the Wildcats staff, Falvino worked at Francis Marion University, Wingate University, and High Point University.


Falvino graduated from Greensboro College in 2006 with a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise and Sports Studies before receiving his Master's Degree in Sports Administration from Wingate University in 2010.


During his four years as a member of the Pride men's soccer team, Falvino earned All-Region honors while being named the USA South Athletic Conference Rookie of The Year in 2002 and the Conference Player of The Year in 2005. Falvino was also named a member of the USA South Athletic Conference Men's Soccer 50th Anniversary Team in 2013.

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Brian White

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Brian White is entering his third season with Pride men's soccer team in 2018 after joining the staff prior to the 2016 season.


In his first season with the Pride, White helped lead the Greensboro men to a 12-6-0 overall mark and an appearance in the USA South Athletic Conference Tournament Semifinal.


“We are excited to have Brian join our men’s soccer staff,” Falvino said. “Brian is going to bring a great deal of professionalism and energy, while also bringing a lot of knowledge of the game from a playing and coaching perspective.”


White joined the Pride staff after serving as an assistant coach at High Point University in 2015.


Previously he was an assistant coach at Roanoke College, following a successful playing career for the Maroons.


“I would like to thank Coach Falvino for giving me this opportunity,” White said. “I am excited to be working for a program that has had such success over the last 20 years. I am looking forward to doing what it takes the help keep the level high, to get Greensboro College back to national prominence.”


During his playing career at Roanoke, White received ODAC All-Conference honors three times, while also earning ODAC All-Tournament honors on the 2012 ODAC Championship team.


For more information on Greensboro College men’s soccer, continue to follow www.greensborocollegesports.com.


What they are saying about Coach White


“Brian was a vital member of our program here at High Point. He's an ambitious young coach with a tireless work ethic. I'm excited for him to take the next steps in his coaching career at Greensboro College. Brian will continue to grow under the tutelage of Coach Falvino and be an asset to the Pride family moving forward.” – EJ O'Keefe, High Point University head men’s soccer coach


“We are very pleased for Brian as he begins his new role with the Greensboro College men’s soccer program. Brian has done a tremendous job working with our players since joining PTFC last summer, and it is no surprise that he is continuing to advance professionally in the college game. We are excited to follow and support Tony, Brian, and the entire GC men’s soccer program this fall!” -- Taylor Johnson, operations director, Piedmont Triad Football Club


“Brian is a motivated and hardworking coach. He made a strong impact on the program here at Roanoke College both as a player and assistant coach. Combined with his experiences as an assistant at the Division I level, I believe Greensboro has made a great hire with Brian.” -- Ryan Pflugrad, Roanoke College head men’s soccer coach.

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