Mark Nash
Mark Nash

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Harlow College '91


Women's soccer edged by No. 9 Maryland in NCAA 1st round

Ashley Castanio makes a career-high nine saves in net for the Seawolves.


Women's soccer draws Maryland in the NCAA Tournament

The America East Champion Seawolves and Terrapins kick off Saturday night at 7 p.m. in College Park, Md.


America East Champions! Women's soccer beats Hartford to advance to NCAAs

The Seawolves win their first-ever conference title and will watch the NCAA selection show Monday at 4:30 p.m.


Women's soccer goes for the title Sunday at Hartford

The Seawolves seek their first-ever conference title and NCAA Tournament appearance.

Mark Nash completed his second season as volunteer assistant coach with the Stony Brook women's soccer program in 2011.

Extremely active in the local community, Nash has been instrumental in assisting with camps and clinics, in addition to helping with team training in the spring. Nash currently holds the position of Director of Coaching at the Stony Brook Soccer Club and also coaches within the Region I Olympic Development Program.

In 2009, Nash was voted the Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association Coach of the Year. Additionally, Nash holds English Football Association Level 1 & 2 badges and an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma. Nash plans to take his US Soccer Federation B License this year.

Born in England, Nash attended Harlow College and graduated in 1991. While in the UK, Nash played soccer at an amateur level before moving to the United States. He is an avid Arsenal F.C. supporter.

Nash currently resides in Miller Place with his wife, Kristina, and two children, Anna-Marie and William.