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  Paul Marco  
 

Paul Marco
Director of Coaching

Paul Marco
Position: Director of Coaching
Email:pmarco@binghamton.edu
Profile: In the Fall of 2004, the premier soccer teams from the BC United Soccer Association and the Southern Tier Fusion merged into one organization — the BC United Fusion — under the direction of Binghamton University coach Paul Marco, Director of Coaching – BC United Fusion Premier Division.

Paul Marco begins his fourth season as the head soccer coach at Binghamton University in 2005. Under his guidance, the Bearcats have been transformed from a team that won two games the year before his arrival into a rising power on the national scene.

In 2003, Marco led the squad to the America East Championship, advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament and received votes in the NSCAA’s season-ending Top 25 poll. A year later, Binghamton was nationally-ranked for several weeks in both the NSCAA and College Soccer News polls and finished second in the America East Conference, barely missing out on a return trip to the NCAA Tournament. After three seasons, Marco’s record at Binghamton stands at 29-17-16 but his impact upon the soccer program has extended far beyond wins and losses.

Recruiting top-notch players has been a major key to Marco’s quick success at Binghamton. Including this season’s recruiting class, he had landed three NSCAA High School All-Americans, three Junior College All-Americans and several international players who have been instrumental the past two seasons.

Prior to his arrival at Binghamton, Marco was the head coach at West Virginia from 1996-2001. During his tenure, he guided the Mountaineers to a record of 47-62-4. His best season was in 1999, when West Virginia went 13-5-1 and received the third seed in the Big East Championship tournament. That year, Marco was selected by his peers as the Big East Coach of the Year. In addition, Marco’s 1998 team also advanced to the conference tournament, posting an 11-8-1 mark.

Before taking over the head coaching reigns in 1997, Marco served as WVU’s assistant coach from 1992-95, helping lead the program to an Atlantic 10 conference championship and NCAA tournament berth in 1992.

A former Division I player for West Virginia, Marco led the program to one of its finest seasons in school history in 1990. His 12 points steered the team to a 12-5-1 record —the best mark in 23 years.

In 1991, Marco graduated cum laude from West Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He is teacher certified in grades K-12. Marco also received his master’s degree from the University in 1994 in physical education/athletic coaching.

Besides holding a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Advanced National Diploma, a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) “B” License, Marco has been a member of the NSCAA national staff for six years. In that capacity, Marco has taught various levels of the NSCAA academy curriculum courses, and has published numerous articles. Most recently, he served as vice president of the Big East Soccer Coaches for three years.
   
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