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Chase Brooks

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Years  Team
Name  Chase Brooks
2003–04  Eckerd College
Years  Team
1999–2003  Eckerd College

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Place of birth  Fort Myers, FL, United States
2004–06  Northern Illinois (assistant)

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Chase Brooks (born in Fort Myers, Florida,  United States) is a head coach and a former soccer player. He holds a USSF "B" License


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He played college soccer for the Eckerd Tritons from the 1999–00 season to the 2002–03 season. He served as captain during his last two seasons, and was three-times Sunshine State Conference Honor Roll athlete and a First-Team All-Sunshine Conference player his senior year. After his senior year, he was chosen as the recipient of the James R. Harley Award, which is presented to the student-athlete who best represents Eckerd.


He coached the Eckerd Tritons from May 2003 until May 2004. Then, he served as an assistant coach at Northern Illinois University for two years, before spending four seasons as the top assistant coach for the Dayton Flyers men’s soccer program. There he helped the Flyers win the 2008 Atlantic 10 Tournament and the 2009 A-10 regular season title.

In 2011, he was hired as head coach for the Niagara Purple Eagles men's soccer team.

In 2013, he was hired by the Duquesne Dukes.


Chase Brooks Wikipedia