Amon FieldRay and Chris Amon Field is the home of the Trojan men’s and women’s soccer teams. Amon Field also served as the home for UMO's men's and women's lacrosse teams until the completion of the McDonald Complex. Amon Field was dedicated in 2006. Read More
Sean Brennan was named University of Mount Olive head men’s soccer coach in late January of 2016. Brennan came to Mount Olive from UNC Pembroke. A former collegiate goalkeeper, Brennan worked with both the UNC Pembroke’s men’s and women’s soccer programs as a goalkeeping coach. Brennan previously spent three seasons at Mount Olive from 2008-10, serving as first assistant and as goalkeeper coach. The Trojans posted a 9-7-3 record in Brennan’s first year at Mount Olive, including a 4-3 overtime victory over nationally 13th-ranked Limestone. In 2010, the Trojans held 12 of 17 opponents to two goals or less.
In his first season at the helm of the Trojans, Brennan’s squad posted a 7-8-1 record and went 5-5 against Conference Carolinas opponents. UMO finished the season on a seven game win-streak including five shutouts and a 2-1 win over conference rival Barton. Coach Brennan had five student-athletes make the Conference Carolinas All-Academic team.
Brennan spent five seasons at UNC Pembroke. After four years as assistant coach, Brennan was promoted to associate head coach in 2015. The Braves posted a combined 23-10-4 record during his first two years and advanced to the round of 16 in the 2012 NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer Tournament. UNCP was ranked as high as No. 15 in the nation and No. 2 in the Southeast Region in 2012 (2011) and 2013 (2012).