Chip Warner | Assistant Coach
Chip Warner enters his first season with the Assumption women's soccer team in the spring of 2017, with nearly 20 years of coaching experience.
He brings a decorated resume to the Assumption program, having worked at assistant coach at Cazenovia College and Le Moyne College, as well as Division I schools Colgate University and Cornell University.
During his time at Colgate, he was head of recruiting and brought a Trinidad and Tobago Youth National Team player to the program, while leading four players to Offensive, Defensive and Goal Keeper of the year honors. Also, 15 players on the team were also part of the Patriot League All-Academic team.
In addition to coaching, Warner also served as Director of Soccer at Lake Norman Soccer Club from 2006-2012. During his time as Director, he oversaw 28-32 teams, while managing 18-22 coaches and two coaching directors. He also coordinated all camps, tournaments, and instituted a 3v3 league and winter leagues during the six years he spent at Lake Norman.
Warner holds a USSF Youth Nation License, the NSCAA National Diploma, and the NSCAA Advance National Diploma. After graduating from St. Bonaventure in 1998, where he spent his collegiate career as a 4-year starter and team captain, he was invited to participate in the preseason camp with the Rochester Rhinos, a professional club soccer team that plays in the United Soccer League.
Warner earned his B.S. in Business Administration from St. Bonaventure in 1998.