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03/23/2017

Men’s Soccer to Hold Annual Alumni Game on April 29

Alumni game will be contested at 1:00 PM at Glenn Warner Soccer Facility.

08/10/2016

Navy Men’s Soccer Promotes Baker; Adds Killian to Coaching Staff

First-year head coach Tim O'Donohue announces staff changes.

10/06/2016

Navy vs. NIU

Photo gallery of Navy's 2-0 win over Northern Illinois on Sept. 2.

Paul Killian enters his second season as an assistant coach at Navy in 2017.

In Killian's first season at Navy in 2016, the Mids were 5-9-4 overall and 1-6-2 in the Patriot League. Navy battled in every game, and 16 of its 18 contests were either ties or one-goal games. Navy was ranked fifth in the NSCAA Northeast Region Poll on Sept. 6, 2016 after a 1-1-1 start to the season.

Brock Dudley was named to the All-Patriot League Second Team in 2016, while Sam Bascom was named to the All-Patriot League Third Team. Goalkeeper Mac Burke led the Patriot League in goals-against average (1.05).

Killian joined the Navy men's soccer program after serving as an assistant coach at Stevens in 2015. In 2015, Killian helped Stevens to a 15-4-2 overall record and a 5-0-2 record in the Empire 8. Stevens won the Empire 8 Conference Tournament championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament.

Killian has a background in goalkeeping and was a three-year starting keeper at Stevens from 2011-13. Killian had a goalkeeper record of 50-8-3 at Stevens with 25 shutouts.

Killian had a superb playing season in 2012 when he went 18-3-1 with an 0.40 goals-against average, 12 shutouts and an 0.894 save percentage. He was named the National Goalkeeper of the Year by D3soccer.com and the website also tabbed him as a first-team All-American.

Killian was 16-3-1 and posted seven shutouts in his first year at Stevens in 2011 and he was 16-2-1 with an 0.45 goals-against average and six shutouts in his senior year in 2013. Killian transferred to Stevens from West Virginia, where he spent two seasons (2009-10), including one redshirt season. Tim O'Donohue recruited Killian while he was the head coach at Stevens.

Killian also played in the Premier Development League with the New Jersey Rangers for two seasons (2012-13).

Killian graduated from Stevens in 2014 with a degree in business & technology.

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