Charlotte Eagles Announce Andrew Guthrie as Assistant Coach for USL2 Team
The Charlotte Eagles of the United States Soccer League Second Division have named Andrew Guthrie as an assistant coach. Guthrie has experience both playing and coaching at the collegiate level, and has spent the last two years in Charlotte coaching with the Charlotte Eagles Youth Club.
A 25 year old native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Guthrie has spent the last 2 years as an assistant with the men’s team at Belmont Abbey College. He has also coached high level soccer camps around the country at Hope College, Gordon College, and the United States Naval Academy. Guthrie coaches the 2004 boys team within the Charlotte Eagles Soccer Club and will continue his involvement with them in 2019.
Guthrie graduated from Gordon College in Wenham, MA where he played and started all 4 years of his college career. He was an intricate part of the 2 best teams in program history as Gordon made 2 NCAA Division III tournament appearances (2013, 2015) and won a conference championship (2015) during his time there. After graduating in December 2015, he married his wife, Claire, and moved to Denver, CO.
In January of 2017 the Guthries moved from Colorado to Charlotte where he joined staff with the Charlotte Eagles. Since his arrival, Guthrie has led a coaching development internship program over the summers and has been heavily involved in the youth club. Guthrie is “excited for the opportunity to impact young men’s lives.” Guthrie adds great value to the coaching staff as the Eagles are in a time of transition, and the Eagles are glad to have him aboard this journey.