After 10 years as an assistant coach at the NCAA Division I level, Ewan Seabrook enters his third year as head coach of the Colby College mens soccer program in the 2016-17 academic year.
Seabrook helped Colby go from 4-10 in 2013 to a 7-6-3 record in 2014 and a sweep of Bowdoin and Bates to win the CBB title. Seabrook and the Mules tied for the CBB title when the three teams played three 0-0 overtime ties in 2015.
Seabrook, a native of Lewes, England, spent six seasons at the University of New Hampshire as associate head coach and four years as assistant coach at Hartwick College.
Tim Stanton, a 2016 Colby graduate and co-captain of last years mens soccer team, is in his first year as an assistant coach.
Stanton, a government major, was a four-year member of Colby and played on defense. Good in the air, Stanton had five career goals. The most memorable score was his overtime goal in the 2015 season to defeat Williams College.
Stanton coached with the Yarmouth High School boys soccer team during the summer of 2015.During his time at Colby, Stanton volunteered with the Lets Get Ready program, helping low income students prepare for the SAT and apply to colleges.