Men's Soccer Honored as New England Regional Coaching Staff of the Year

Men's Soccer Honored as New England Regional Coaching Staff of the Year


AMHERST, Mass. – 
2016 Regional Staff of Year
2013 RSO
2015 Nation Coach of Year

29th assists per game (2.00)
32nd points per game (7.04)
20th in save percentage (0.837)
36th in scoring offense (2.52)
4th in shots per game (21.74)
6th in shots on goal per game (10.09)
15th team goals against average (0.698)
18th in total assists (46)
21st in total goals (58)
21st in total points (162)

German led nation total goals (send in points)

I think the coaching staff, while not only being the most prepared and dedicated coaching staff in the country, are also comprised of some of the most genuine people I've ever had the pleasure of being around. Aside from soccer, they truly care for all of the guys and want to see them succeed on and off the field. They've helped me in so many ways and have truly helped me grow as a person.
senior captain Cutler Coleman 


  • Edging out the 2013 Mammoths and the 2015 National Championship team that both posted 18-1-2 overall ledgers, Amherst picked up its 19th win of the fall with a 3-0 National Semifinal victory to break the program's single-season wins benchmark.
  • With 12 players finding the back of the net throughout 2019, the Mammoths eclipsed the previous team single-season goal mark with a combined 58 scores on the year to push 2012's 56 goals into the number two spot.
  • Finishing a National Player of the Year caliber season with an eye-popping 26 scores and five assists for 57 total points, sophomore forward German Giammattei now sits atop the program's leader board in both single-season goals and single-season points. His 26 goals also ties a New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) scoring record, with Giammattei matching Alex Blake of Williams (2001) as the league's most prolific single-season goal scorer.
  • Senior Dane Lind bested his own program single-season assist record set in 2018 in the Mammoths 3-1 Elite Eight win over RPI, with Lind dishing out his 11th helper of the year to hold the top two spots in the category.
  • Amherst Head Coach Justin Serpone reached a personal milestone in the Mammoths National Semifinal win, recording his 200th career victory at Amherst in his 13th season at the helm of the program.
  • The Mammoths now stand at 34-12-11 all-time in the NCAA Tournament dating back to the program's first appearance in the Championships in 1993.