BREVARD, N.C. - Bryan Lewis has been named Volunteer Assistant Coach for Brevard College Men's Soccer, announced Head Coach Helio D'Anna.
"Bryan will be a great help to Junior (Associate Head Coach Juan Mascaro Jr.) and myself as he is a very knowledgeable and passionate coach," said D'Anna. "He will help us in all areas and will be specifically valuable in the conditioning of our players."
A native of Charlotte, North Carolina and a graduate of Wingate University, Lewis played collegiately for the Bulldogs as a starting striker.
After graduation, Lewis served as an Assistant Coach for the Wingate University Women's Soccer team, while also providing private instruction for club level youth players in the Charlotte area.
Lewis later transferred his soccer talents to the football field, playing several seasons as a kicker in the Arena Football League. In 2000, Lewis competed in the preseason camp for the NFL's Carolina Panthers.
Following his playing days, Lewis served as an Assistant Special Teams Coach for Wingate University's Football team.
The Brevard College Men's Soccer team will open its 2019 season with a home exhibition vs. Milligan on August 19 at Ives-Lemel Family Field. The regular season will kick off for the Tornados with a neutral site match vs. Sewanee on August 31 in Mount Berry, Georgia.
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