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Brian Ainscough

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Place of birth  Dublin, Ireland
Name  Brian Ainscough
Years  Team
Role  Soccer player

1988-1989  New Jersey Eagles
Playing position  Midfielder
1990  Penn-Jersey Spirit
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1984  Farleigh Dickinson University
1991  Villanova University (assistant)

Current team  Northeastern University

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Brian Ainscough is a soccer coach, who last coached the men's soccer team at Northeastern University from 2005 to 2014. He compiled a 79-80-33 overall record, including a 27-16-12 mark in conference play. He transformed the Huskies soccer program into one of the best in the CAA, posting four straight top 5 finishes in conference play. His best success came in 2009, when the team went 10–8–1, including an 8–3–1 mark in conference play. He has led the team to back-to-back finals appearances in the CAA tournament, narrowly missing the NCAA tournament both years.


He was previously the head men's soccer coach at Providence College, where he coached the Friars for four years. He turned around the Friars program, which was then considered one of the worst in the Big East, and guided them to a 9–9–1 record his final year. In 1998, his Friars made the Big East tournament for the first time in over a decade. He started his coaching career as an assistant at Villanova University in 1991. From 1992 to 1994, he coached under Ed Kelly at Boston College.

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