|Year:||2nd at MIT|
Ken Bovell is in his second year of coaching at MIT and comes with over 25 years of proven success as a coach at many levels. He was born in, and grew up playing soccer in Trinidad. Upon coming to the United States he played soccer at Boston College and was a semi-professional player in the L.A.S.A. League.
Bovell has been an ODP coach for many years and has worked with players at the high school, college and club levels. His teams have won state championships and regional championships and contended for national championships as well. He has worked with many players who have gone on to have successful careers in college and beyond and holds a USSF "B" Coaching License.
|Year:||1st at MIT|
Brian Leighton enters his first year as an assistant coach at MIT and will be working with the team’s goalkeepers this season.
A four-year starter with Mount Ida College’s men’s soccer team, Leighton led the Mustangs to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2005, and received various North Atlantic Conference and Great Northeast Athletic Conference accolades prior to his graduation.
Leighton spent one year competing for the Maine Sting, a member of the US Club Soccer National Premier League before returning to his alma mater as an assistant coach for the women’s soccer team. He spent two years coaching Delta FC and is currently in his third season with the Celtic Bolts FC as head coach.
Leighton holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and masters in management. He also has a class “E” coaching license certified by the USYSA.
|Year:||1st at MIT|
Matt Monheit begins his first season as an assistant coach with the Engineers.
Monheit was a four-year member of the Engineers’ men’s soccer team. He registered 41 points (15 goals, 16 assists) and capped his senior year with career-bests in goals (eight), assists (eight) and points (24). Monheit also earned spots on the All-Conference NEWMAC first team and NEISL All-Star Team last season.
In February, Monheit was selected to the 2013 Men's College All-America Soccer Team, as announced by the Jewish Sports Review. He was one of 11 men's soccer players in Division II and III programs that was selected to the first team.
Monheit will earn his bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering with a minor in energy studies at the end of the fall semester.