Worcester, Mass. – Former four-year letterwinner at national powerhouse Brandeis University, Kenn Fryer has been named assistant coach with the Clark University men's soccer program it has been announced by head coach Matt O'Toole and confirmed by Director of Athletics and Recreation, Trish Cronin.
"I am ecstatic to be on board at Clark University and with the men's soccer program," said Fryer. "I look forward to having a positive impact while giving my all to the program and the institution."
In his new role, Fryer will assist in all facets of the program, including recruiting, practice preparation and student-athlete development.
Fryer's four years in Waltham were littered with team success as they graduated with 71 wins – most in a four-year span in school history. The Judges also made four NCAA Tournament appearances, won a pair of UAA Conference crowns and made a trip to the Elite Eight in 2014 during Fryer's tenure.
Ironically, as a sophomore in 2013, Fryer backstopped the Judges to a 5-0 win over Clark in Worcester, turning aside three shots to record his first collegiate shutout.
A 2016 graduate of Brandeis with a degree in business and a minor in legal studies, Fryer holds a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) National Diploma, USSF "E" License and is a USSF Certified Referee.