Seegren enters his third season on the Green Terror coaching staff, and seventh in the program, in 2012.
Seegren had a successful playing career at McDaniel from 2006-09, starting all but one game during his first two years, tallying 35 consecutive starts and returned as a two-year captain in 2009 to lead the Green Terror to their best conference record since 2005. During his collegiate playing career, Seegren totaled nine points on three goals and three assists as a defender.
After graduating in 2010 with a degree in history and a Spanish minor, Seegren returned to his alma mater to join the Green Terror coaching staff. Seegren is currently studying to earn a master’s degree in education, exercise science and liberal arts.
Prior to his tenure on the Hill, Seegren had a successful high school and club soccer career. A graduate of Liberty High School in nearby Eldersburg, Md., Seegren captained the Lions in his senior year to their first undefeated season and first state championship in school history, completing his career with an overall record of 72-3-3.
Seegren played club soccer for the Baltimore Bays ’89, winning two state championships in 2003 and 2005. In 2009, Seegren rejoined the Baltimore Bays amateur team winning the Region I championship en route to the under-23 national semifinal game.
Seegren also holds his NSCAA Advanced Regional License, NSCAA College Coach Certification, and USSF Grade 9 Referee Certification. He is the head coach of the Westminster Wolves ‘98/’99 boys team, coordinates many camps and clinics throughout Central Maryland, including the McDaniel Soccer Academy, and in 2012 joined the Maryland State Olympic Development Staff.