Dennis Mullins enters his first season as the head coach of the women's soccer program in 2020.
Since joining the Husson coaching staff prior to the 2016 season, Mullins helped guide the Husson men's soccer program to three winning seasons with a combined 31-36-6 record and a 21-10-2 mark in conference play. The men's program has made four-straight postseason appearances while Mullins assisted alongside Head Coach Gavin Penny.
Prior to joining the Husson program, Dennis served as a coach for the Bangor Soccer Club for eight years, with both the Spring rec and Fall travel teams. He also played a key role in developing the River City Athletics program and served as President for its first two seasons. Throughout his time as a coach, Mullins has worked with a variety of age groups and genders, from ages four to 22 years old. He also holds multiple coaching licenses, including a USSF D license, NSCAA Premier Diploma, and NSCAA Advanced National Diploma.
Mullins earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Marquette University in 1995. He established Therapy Solutions in Bangor, Maine in 1999 and has been practicing for the past 25 years. Therapy Solutions is a local therapy staffing agency connecting employers with the rehab staff they need, while helping children with special needs in over 20 different school systems in-and-around Central Maine. Mullins also works as a Fitness Trainer for private clients on the side.
He currently resides in Bangor, Maine with his wife, Ashley, and their daughter, Sophia.
Lauren Crofton-Macdonald enters her first season as an assistant coach for the women's soccer program in 2020.
Crofton-Macdonald played collegiate soccer at Viterbo University (La Crosse, Wis.) and was an integral member of the program's first ever appearance at the NAIA National Tournament. She graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.
From 2016 to 2020, Lauren started, owned, and operated CrossFit Black Bear in Old Town, Maine. She is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer and has coached people of all ages and abilities – helping them to find their passion for health and fitness. She has trained numerous state champion athletes as well as collegiate athletes at both Bowdoin College and St. Anselm College.
In the spring of 2019, Crofton-Macdonald became a founding member of Orono Soccer Coalition – a community effort dedicated to providing free or low-cost soccer opportunities to the youth in Orono, Maine. She began assisting Coach Cid Dyjak at Orono High School with the girls' varsity and JV soccer programs in the fall of 2019. At the same time, she also joined the Seacoast United Maine North coaching staff, where she currently works with the Emerging Talent Academy, the U10 Girls Premier Team, and the U17 Girls Premier Team.
Matt Goodman enters his first season as a goalkeeper coach for the women's soccer program in 2020.
Goodman was a member of the men's soccer team from 2001-04, leaving his mark as one of the best goalies to play for Husson. To this day, he ranks top-five in saves (327) and shutouts (11) while tying for second-most shutouts in a single season with seven. He was named to the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) All-Tournament Team his senior year.
Prior to attending Husson, Matt was diagnosed with Osgood Schlatter's, which led to his focus on becoming a highly skilled goalkeeper versus becoming a field player. In high school, he had the opportunity to play for Husson Sports Hall of Fame Head Coach Keith Bosley with the Rising Sun Soccer Club. This opened up multiple opportunities for Goodman, as he was invited to travel to England to compete with All Pro Soccer against several professional clubs in a showcase tournament.
Since 2004, Goodman has gathered experience coaching all over the states of Maine and New Hampshire. He has coached for the Maine Olympic Development Team, All Pro Soccer (Maine), Seacoast United (Maine), Granite State Soccer School (N.H.), Nashua World Cup (N.H.), Memorial High School (N.H.), Husson University Soccer Clinic Coach, John Bapst High School (Maine), and is currently the assistant coach/goalkeeper coach for the Brewer High School (Maine) girls' soccer program and the goalkeeping coach for River City Athletics. Coach Goodman also attained a NSCAA Goalkeeping Diploma.
In 2010, Matt joined the U.S. Army as a Combat Engineer and specialized in counter explosives. He left active duty in 2014, and is now in the Military Police Unit for the Maine National Guard.
Matt graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Husson University in 2004. He currently lives in Dedham, Maine with his girlfriend, Katie, and their two cats.
Jordan Hernandez enters her first season as a student assistant coach for the Husson women's soccer program in 2020, after competing two seasons for the Eagles in 2018 and 2019.
Meghan Supple enters her first season as a student assistant coach for the Husson women's soccer program in 2020, after competing for the Eagles for one season in 2019.