Brandon DeNoyer begins his sixth season as the top assistant coach for the Siena College Women's Soccer program. He helped guide the Saints to the program's second MAAC Tournament Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance last fall. Siena has achieved .500 or better records in four of DeNoyer's first five seasons with the program.
DeNoyer is actively involved in all aspects of the program from recruiting, practice preparation and player evaluation to team travel arrangements and the day-to-day operations of the program. He is also responsible for the primary training of the goalkeepers.
"Brandon brings a variety of college and club coaching experience as well as a great enthusiasm for the game and I know he will be a great asset to the program," said head coach Steve Karbowski upon his hiring.
As the program's goalkeepers coach, DeNoyer developed a unit which recorded a program single-season record nine shutouts including a record four consecutive clean sheets en route to the MAAC Championship last fall. He oversaw the development of senior goalkeeper Liz Rogan who both broke the program's team and individual record shutout streak of 504:23.
A native of nearby Scotia, DeNoyer joined the Saints after spending the previous three seasons as an assistant coach for the Old Westbury Men's Soccer team and volunteer coach and goalkeeping coach for the women's soccer program. Since 2010, he has also served as a coach for the Fenerbahce USA Reserve Team.
A 2008 graduate of Old Westbury, DeNoyer played four years on the men's soccer team and two years of basketball. He was the team captain for the 2007 soccer team that captured the conference championship. DeNoyer played in all 17 games that year and ranked fifth on the team with nine points in leading the Panthers to a 12-4-1 mark.