|Year:||2nd at MIT|
|College:||Univ. of Pennsylvania '95|
Mike Singleton enters his second season as the head men’s soccer coach at MIT. He comes to the Engineers with a wealth of national, collegiate and youth soccer coaching experience.
Singleton has served as the Executive Director of the
Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association for the past two years. He
is also a United States Youth Soccer Region I ODP Senior Staff
Coach, the U16 Region Head Coach, as well as a United States
National Staff Coach, working as both a coach and psychologist at
the U14 National Camp and helping to construct the National D and
National Youth License courses. Singleton has also served as a
Technical Committee Member for both the 2005 CONCACAF Gold Cup and
the 2003 Women’s World Cup.
At the collegiate level, Singleton has served on the coaching staffs at Emerson College, Delaware and St. Joseph’s College in Indiana, where he was the head coach of the men’s squad from 1997 to 2000.
Singleton received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and English from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995. He earned his master’s in clinical psychology from Purdue University in 1998. He currently holds his USSF A license, NSCAA Premier Diploma and his FIFA Futuro III Diploma as well. Singleton also holds Youth Coaching Licenses from the US, England and the Netherlands.
|Year:||5th at MIT|
Michael Allshouse enters his fourth season as the
assistant coach at MIT. He is an alum of the program, playing
from 2004-2007, and was named to the Academic All-American team his
senior year. Since graduation, Allshouse has been an
assistant coach with the program working primarily with the
He completed a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at MIT in 2008 and has continued at the Institute as a graduate student working towards a PhD.
|Year:||1st at MIT|
Zach Kabelac enters his first year as an assistant coach after
an outstanding four-year playing career at MIT. While playing for
the Engineers, he served as a captain and was a four-time NEWMAC
first team All-Conference selection, becoming the third player in
program history to accomplish the feat. In addition, Kabelac was
named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-New
England second team his senior year. He left the field tied for
second all-time in goals scored and tied for third all-time in
points at MIT.
Kabelac earned his Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering at MIT in 2012 and is returning as a graduate student pursuing a master’s of engineering.
|Year:||1st at MIT|
Vinny Papageorgiou is entering his first year as an assistant coach for the MIT men’s soccer program. He comes to the Engineers after being a four-year starter in net at Franklin Pierce University. Papageorgiou earned CoSIDA Academic All-America, NSCAA All-America and Northeast-10 Goalkeeper of the Year honors. He led the Ravens to multiple conference championship victories, including an appearance in the NCAA Final Four.
Papageorgiou has worked with Massachusetts Olympic Development Program as a goalkeeper coach. He will be working with MIT’s goalkeepers throughout the season. Upon graduating in May 2012, Papageorgiou received his Bachelor of Science degree in sports and recreation management with a minor in management.
|Year:||1st at MIT|
Devin Pleuler enters his first year as an assistant coach
at MIT. Pleuler joins the MIT coaching staff after graduating from
Wentworth Institute of Technology in 2011 with a degree in computer
science. While at Wentworth, Pleuler was a member of the
At Wentworth, Pleuler's senior capstone project focused on developing novel methods of visualizing soccer tactical networks. Since graduation, Devin has continued this work as a weekly analytics columnist for Major League Soccer and has coached in the District Select Program of Massachusetts.