|Previous College:||Kenyon '00|
Paul Stinson joined the men’s soccer coaching staff as a volunteer assistant coach in August of 2012. Earning a Bachelor of Arts in sociology, Stinson graduated from Kenyon College in 2000 and brings extensive collegiate coaching experience to the Fords’ sideline.
During his time coaching at Haverford, the Fords have won two Centennial Conference Championships to earn an automatic qualifier spot to the NCAA Tournament. The Ford’s NCAA Tournament success has been highlighted by a run to the Elite Eight in 2015 with Haverford serving as host of both the NCAA Regional and Sectional rounds for the first time in program history.
Beginning his coaching career as a men’s and women’s soccer assistant coach at Iowa Central Community College in 2000-01, Stinson soon moved to the head coaching ranks when he took over the women’s soccer program and women’s lacrosse program at Colby-Sawyer College in 2003 and led the women’s soccer squad to consecutive postseason appearances (2005, 2006) for just the third time in the history of the program. Joining the women’s soccer staff at Colgate University in 2007, Stinson assisted the women’s team (2007-11) and the men’s team (2009-12) over the next five years with the primary responsibility of goalkeeper training.
Residing in Bryn Mawr, Pa. with his family, Stinson is currently working towards his Master of Arts in leadership from Duquesne University.