Trevor Singer enters his first season as an assistant coach for the 2017 season.
Singer brough over 10 years of collegiate coaching experience with him to the Mount, including five as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at George Mason. During his time with the Patriots, Singer helped guide the squad to 44 victories over a five-year span, including double-digit wins in each of his first three seasons with the program. During the 2013 campaign, George Mason posted a 13-3-5 mark and went undefeated in conference play on its way to being crowned Atlantic-10 champions.
Prior to George Mason, Singer spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Temple, where he was responsible for working with goalkeepers, as well as scouting and recruiting. The Owls made a pair of A-10 Tournament appearances and defeated two NSCAA Top-25 teams during his three seasons. Singer helped develop 11 Atlantic-10 All-Conference players, seven NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region performers and two NSCAA All-Americans during his tenure at Temple. In addition, one of his players signed with the Philadelphia Union of the MLS, and a pair were selected to the MAC Herman Trophy Watch List.
Before his time with the Owls, Singer worked for a pair of seasons at the University of Maine, where he helped mentor and develop an NEISL All-Star selection and three America East All-Conference performers. Singer also coached captains of the Canadian U15, U16 and U17 National Teams and the Serbian U16 National Team, in addition to coaching a player selected for the U20 Canadian World Cup Qualifying National Team.
Singer began his collegiate coaching career at his alma mater, the University of Massachusetts, after graduating in 2008. Singer served as an assistant coach with the Minutemen, working with All-American and Umbro National Player of the Year, goalkpeer Zach Simmons.
As a player, Singer began career at Rider, where he earned MAAC All-Rookie honors as a freshman, and a MAAC All-Academic Team selection his sophomore year. Singer transferred to UMass prior to his junior year, and helped guide his squad to the No. 22 national ranking his first season. As a senior, Singer and the Minutemen moved up as high as the No. 4 ranking in the nation, and captured the A-10 title before advancing to the NCAA College Cup Final Four.
Single also serves as a regional staff coach for the Region 1 Olympic Development Program (ODP) in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, where he’s responsible for identifying players for the regional pool, which eventually helps determine the U.S. Men’s National Team.
Before moving to Virginia, Singer was the youth academy coach for the FC Delco United States Soccer Federation in Radnor, Pa. and the head coach for the Maine Olympic Development Program.
Singer graduated from UMass in 2008 with a degree in marketing, and received his master’s in sport and recreation management from Temple University in 2011.
Eliza Bona enters her first season as an assistant coach on Joe Nemzer's staff in 2017.
Bona wrapped up her playing career at Central Michigan this past fall as one of the most decorated players in program history as she became the first CMU women’s soccer player to earn NSCAA First Team All-Region honors and be named an All-American nominee. Bona was a three-year captain with the program and was named an All-MAC performer on two occasions, including a First Team selection her senior year. The midfielder played in 79 games throughout her CMU career, tallying 26 points on nine goals and eight assists.
Bonnie Young enters her first season with the Mount St. Mary's women's soccer program in 2017.
Young, a former professional player and assistant coach with the Chicago Red Stars of the National Women's Soccer League, comes to the Mount with over eleven years of collegiate coaching experience. She began her coaching career at the University of Rhode Island as an assistant coach in 2004, and followed with five years at Monmouth University. After her time at Monmouth, Young was named the head coach at North Central College in Naperville, Ill., where she also served as the director of the strength and conditioning program. In 2016, Young joined the Chicago Red Stars' coaching staff as an assistant, and in April, she was tabbed as head coach of the Washington Spirit – Baltimore Armour U.S. Soccer Girls' Development Academy program.
Young has also worked as the senior girls director at NSA Premier, a Region II ODP coach, and a coach at the U.S. Soccer Training Center. She also holds a number of coaching qualifications, including an NSCAA Premier Diploma, NSCAA Director of Coaching Diploma, and a USSF "C" License.
Young enjoyed an outstanding college career at Penn State before going on to play professionally for the New York Power, New Jersey Wildcats, Sky Blue FC and the Chicago Red Stars. Young collected multiple All-Big Ten accolades during her time with the Nittany Lions, and was drafted with the 14th overall pick by the New York Power in the 2002 W-USL Draft. She spent several years in the professional ranks, and helped guide the New Jersey Wildcats to a W-League Championship in 2005.