Head Mens Soccer Coach
Matt Horth was hired as the new head coach for the men’s soccer program in March 2017. Horth, a former professional soccer player and 2010 graduate of Gordon College, will be the 12th coach in the program’s nearly 60-year history.
Horth played soccer professionally with several organizations including the Atlanta Silverbacks of the North American Soccer League (NASL); Rochester Rhinos of the United Soccer League (USL); the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer (MLS); and internationally with the Icelandic club Leiknir Reykjavík of 1. Deild Karla. Horth was twice awarded NASL Player of the Week and once named Player of the Month during his tenure with the Silverbacks.
While playing professional soccer, Horth received his coaching licenses through both the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and United States Soccer Federation (USSF) as well as a Master of Theological Studies degree from Liberty University. Horth served as a volunteer assistant coach for Gordon College in 2011 before pursuing several club coaching opportunities and, most recently, serving as the associate head coach at Cambridge High School in Milton, Georgia.
Assistant Mens Soccer Coach
Kellen Kasiguran enters his first season as an assistant for the men’s soccer program in 2017.
Kasiguran comes to Gordon after coaching at Wheaton College (IL.) under former Gordon coach Jake De Clute. During his time with Wheaton, Kasiguran helped develop four All-Conference selections as well as one professional player.
Prior to his time at Wheaton, Kasiguran spent two seasons as a graduate assistant at Eastern University, leading Eastern to the 2015 NCAA tournament. During that two-year stint, he coached two All-Americans, four All-Region players, and 16 All-Conference selections.
Assistant Mens Soccer Coach
Todd McMillan joined the men’s soccer staff as goalkeeper coach in the fall of 2008.
Since moving to Boston’s North Shore in 2003, McMillan has worked two seasons as an assistant coach at Lexington High School and spent several years coaching youth soccer with Essex County United. Prior to his time here, he also gained valuable experience coaching youth summer camps with the Charlotte Eagles Professional Soccer Club, and training with semi-professional Newtongrange Star F.C. in Edinburgh, Scotland and the A-League Tennessee Rhythm in Nashville.
A highly successful collegiate athlete, McMillan played his college ball for the storied University of Tampa men’s soccer program, winning an NCAA Division II National Championship his sophomore season. After transferring to Covenant College (Lookout Mountain, Ga.), he was a two-time All-Tennessee-Virginia Athletic Conference First Team selection, and graduated with a B.A. in history.
Volunteer Assistant Mens Soccer Coach