Andrew Lafrenz enters his third season leading the Johnson women’s soccer program.
Lafrenz led his group to progressive improvement in his first season, culminating in a thrilling double overtime victory over SUNY Canton in the season finale. JSC saw continued improvement in year two including a 4-1 victory over Norwich University. 2017 also saw senior striker Kylie Aither set the all-time program mark for both goals scored and total points.
Prior to returning to his alma mater, Lafrenz had a successful six season stint at Newbury College in Brookline, Massachusetts, compiling a 39-69-5 (23-19-2 NECC) record to become the program leader in career victories. He guided the men's soccer program to new heights with appearances in the NECC title game in two of his final three seasons. In the 2013 season, Lafrenz was named the NECC Coach of the Year while leading the Nighthawks to their first conference title game appearance in program history.
In addition to his coaching duties, Lafrenz also serves as the Coordinator of the Sport Management Concentration at Johnson.
Lafrenz graduated from Johnson in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in English. He earned a master of education in physical education and coaching from Boston University in 2010.