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Arron Patrick
Head Coach- 4th Season

The ninth head coach in Goshen College men’s soccer history and just the fourth in the last 50 years, Arron Patrick begins his fourth season on the touchline in 2017.

Patrick holds a C license with the United States Soccer Federation. He also holds a special topics diploma in Mental and Physical Player Development from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Patrick was a four-time First Team All-Mid-Central College Conference (now all-Crossroads League) and All-Region pick for Bethel. He helped lead the Pilots to three regular season conference championships during his tenure, which included Offensive Player and Player of the Year honors as a midfielder and forward. He was a three-time All-American in soccer and a four-time All-American in track (sprints) during his time at Bethel, which also saw the Pilots reach the NAIA National Tournament three times.

Patrick grew up in the Grimsby Town F.C. system (English 2nd Division) before playing semi-professionally with Spalding United F.C. He also played semi-pro in the United States with the Cascade Surge of Portland, Ore., while attending Bethel.

Upon graduating with a degree in Sports Studies, Patrick went back overseas to continue his soccer career. He played throughout Europe, including against teams from the Russian Premier Division, Turkish First Division, and Romanian Premier Division, and had a trial with Nuremburg of the German Bundesliga. He also had a professional stint in the USL Pro with the Wilmington Hammerheads.

Patrick lives in Elkhart with his wife, Callie. The couple has a son, Oliver, and a daughter, Zara.

Year Overall CL Postseason
2014 10-9-2 4-4-1 CL Runner-Up
2015 5-13-0 4-5-0 CL Quarterfinals
2016 6-7-5 4-3-2 CL Quarterfinals
CAREER 21-28-7 12-12-3  
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Dan Sullivan
Assistant Coach- 2nd Season

Dan Sullivan begins his second season as an assistant men's soccer coach at Goshen College in 2017. He joins the Maple Leafs after seven seasons as the head boys soccer coach at Elkhart Memorial High School in Elkhart from 2009-15, where he went 50-55-15 and led the Crimson Chargers to their first sectional title of the millennium in his final season.

Giovanni Lopez
Assistant Coach- 1st Season
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Khavoir Graham
Assistant Coach- 4th Season

Khavoir Graham begins his fourth season as an assistant coach in 2017. A 2014 graduate of Goshen College with a bachelor's degree in business administration, Graham also served as the director of soccer at Camp Winaukee in New Hampshire in 2013. A native of Trinidad and Tobago, Graham was a captain of the Maple Leaf soccer team, for which he played 35 games in two seasons (2012 and 2013).


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Cody Troyer
Assistant Coach- 4th Season

Cody Troyer begins his fourth season as an assistant coach with the Goshen College men's soccer program in 2017, working primarily with the goalkeepers. This will be his fifth season in the Crossroads League as a coach after spending 2013 as a volunteer assistant at Bethel College. Troyer served as a goalkeeping instructor for the Junior Irish Soccer Club of South Bend in 2009 and 2010.

A native of Middlebury, Ind., Troyer is a 2009 graduate of Northridge High School and a 2013 alumnus of Bethel College, graduating with a bachelor's degree in business administration.

Caleb Longenecker
Reserves Coach- 2nd Season

Caleb Longenecker begins his second season as coach of the Goshen College reserve men's soccer team in 2017. A four-year letterwinner for the varsity team and a second-generation Maple Leaf soccer player, he graduated from Goshen in 2015 with degrees in biochemistry/molecular biology and art.

"I am thrilled to rejoin the men’s soccer program in a new capacity," Longenecker said at the time of his hiring. "I have a passion for the sport of soccer and am looking forward to investing in players' development and being a part of the camaraderie and that accompanies the experience of being on a team."

The Grayslake, Illinois, native made 70 starts and 52 appearances in his four-year career, scoring 12 times and assisting on 14 others. He was named a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete in both 2013 and 2014.