Brian Bouhl joined the Hoyas in 2018 as the volunteer assistant coach. He comes to the Hilltop from Coastal Carolina University. Bouhl assists in all aspects of the program, with primary responsibility on coaching the Hoya goalkeepers and managing the sport science program.
Bouhl spent the past three seasons at the University of Kentucky where he was the director of operations for men’s soccer. There he worked with all aspects of the program focusing on team operations including training, sport science, travel and camps. During that time, the Wildcats made NCAA tournament appearances in 2015 and 2016, including a program-first No. 16 seed in 2016.
While in Lexington, Bouhl was a staff coach with Lexington FC for five years, coaching the 1999 and 2001 boys age groups, as well as coaching goalkeepers for the club.
He began his coaching career at Centre College in 2014 as an assistant coach. At Centre, Bouhl coached the goalkeepers while also managing the squad’s daily schedule from training to equipment and social media.
Bouhl also spent time coaching in the PDL with Myrtle Beach Mutiny and Derby City Rovers.
A native of Louisville, Kentucky, he earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Kentucky. He holds his United States Soccer Federation (USSF) E License as well as the United Soccer Coaches Goalkeeping Diploma 1.
Bouhl resides in the Glover Park neighborhood of Washington, D.C.