Tony Mohammed

Mohammed began his collegiate coaching career in 1999 as the women’s soccer assistant at St. Lawrence University while completing his master’s degree. During his two-year tenure, the Saints compiled a record of 28-12-4 and were ranked as high as sixth in the NSCAA National Poll.

In 2002 Mohammed was appointed as a regional manager and camp director for Lake Placid Soccer Centre. He has led Coerver Coaching technical programs for youth clubs in Eastern New York, Vermont, and Massachusetts. Currently he serves as the Girls Director for FC Greater Boston Bolts and remains active in youth coaching throughout the year.

The Toronto, Ontario, native received his undergraduate degree from Kenyon College in 1997. As a four-year starter, Mohammed was a part of winning three NCAC conference titles, two Great Lakes Region titles, four NCAA tournament runs, and two NCAA DIII Final Four appearances. Kenyon finished third in 1993 National Championship, and second in 1996. Mohammed received several accolades and is currently third in all-time career points at Kenyon.

Prior to attending college, Mohammed played for the Ontario provincial team for three years, as part of the Canadian Soccer Association’s Player Development Program. His teams went on to win the gold medal at the 1990 National Championship, and took silver at the 1993 Canada Games.
Mohammed has been a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) since 1999 and holds an NSCAA National, and Advanced National Diploma