|Alma Mater:||9th Year|
Myles Berry is
entering his ninth season as the Beacons' Head Soccer Coach.
In 2010, Berry coached the Little East Conference Rookie of the Year while also producing the highest in-conference win total since the 2006 campaign.
The UMass Boston mentor guiding the Beacons to .500 or better records in 2005, 2006 & 2007 and was named the 2006 Little East Conference Coach of the Year after leading UMass Boston to an 11-7-1 record, including a semi-finals appearance in the Little East Conference Tournament. Berry saw four of his players earn LEC All-Star accolades, including three on the first team as well as a pair of All-Region honorees.
In 2005, he led the squad to its first winning season since 1999 with an 8-7-1 mark, which made UMass Boston eligible for the ECAC New England Tournament.
Berry is not unfamiliar to the Beacons' soccer scene, holding the distinction as UMass Boston's first-ever Head Women's Soccer Coach from 1995-97. He ranks second for coaching wins in women's soccer with 16.
Prior to his arrival to the Harbor campus, Berry coached next door, guiding the boys' soccer squad at Boston College High School as the Eagles' Head Coach for 12 seasons from 1980-1991 . During his time at BC High, he posted a 104-58-38 record and led the Eagles to a pair of Catholic Conference Championships as well as eight state tournament appearances.
Berry played his collegiate soccer at Boston College, where he was a defensive starter under three different head coaches.
Not only has the longtime UMass Boston coach excelled on the soccer sidelines, but he was also the Beacons' Men's Lacrosse coach for 20 seasons and compiled 152 victories to rank 23rd on the NCAA's all-time list.