September 4, 2012

Bryant Craft Named Volunteer Assistant Men's Soccer Coach

WORCESTER, Mass.­ - The College of the Holy Cross has named Bryant Craft as a volunteer assistant men's soccer coach, as announced by head coach Marco Koolman.

Craft tallied 10 goals and four assists for 24 points during his four-year career at UMass from 2008-2011. As a junior in 2010, he led the Minutemen with seven goals and 16 points as he earned NSCAA All-Region accolades. Craft played in 71 career games with 66 starts.

"Bryant has a great passion for the game and wants to learn the coaching profession," said Koolman. "A Worcester native, Bryant will help us establish relationships with the communities in Central Mass., besides all his administrative and coaching duties." 

Craft earned coaching experience by working at the UMass Soccer Camp, St. John the Baptist High School Soccer Camp and Long Island Rough Riders Soccer Camp.

A native of Worcester, Mass., Craft attended St. Peter Marian High School and graduated in 2008. He was a four-time All-Conference selection, two-time All-State and two-year captain. Craft graduated from UMass with a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Sociology in 2012.