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Asgeir grew up just outside of Trondheim, Norway. Prior to going to college in the US, Asgeir started his college education at NTNU in Trondheim. While completing his two first years of University he played for Kolstad Fotball in the Norwegian Second division.
Asgeir attended Caldwell University outside of New York City for his final two years of university. While at Caldwell, the program set school records for most wins and for least goals conceded. Asgeir was Freshman of the year his first year and made the regional team, both academically and athletically, for both his years at Caldwell. After college, Asgeir continued to take his coaching diplomas whilst playing for Kolstad. In his final years at Kolstad, he worked as a Coach Developer within the club.
In 2008, Asgeir moved permanently to the US. In addition to working at a middle school in New Jersey, he has continued to work as a football coach.
From 2009 to 2012. Asgeir worked for the New York Red Bulls as a youth coach. In 2012, he went back to his alma mater and took on the Caldwell University Men’s Soccer head coaching position. Asgeir was the head coach for Caldwell for seven years before he retired in January 2019.
Asgeir has extensive knowledge about the US college soccer system. He has first-hand knowledge of what happens from a coach’s perspective in the recruitment process. He has visited many college campuses and knows college head coaches across the North East personally. He also has first-hand experience in living life as an international student, as well as recruiting International athletes. .
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Kris was born in the north of France, where he began playing soccer, before moving to the US at age 8, and going through the youth system there in the Philadelphia area. This youth career brought him to the University of Delaware, where he stayed four years, starting the last two seasons.
At Delaware, Kris went on to have a very successful career, where he helped a program that upon his arrival was in the bottom 20 schools in the 212 school RPI, to a top 25 finish his senior year, earning an NCAA tournament berth, and falling in the second round- which would go on to still be the best year in the 90 year school history.
After college, Kris went to France, where he played a season for US Roye-Noyon, before going off to Norway, where he has found success playing for Strindheim, Baerum, Honefoss, and Bryne, where he currently plays.
Throughout his playing career, Kris has nurtured relationships both domestically and abroad, and now has a host of contacts throughout the United States at various Division 1 and Division 2 schools. Having grown up through the process, he has had a first hand look at navigating a successful career in the NCAA, both as a student and as an athlete, and looks to pass on that knowledge and experience with the next group bound for a university experience.
Brian grew up in Northville, Michigan. After playing youth soccer with the Michigan Wolves he went on to play college soccer at Long Island University.
After his sophomore year he transferred to Michigan State where he was a member of the team that reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament. Upon graduating he used his final year of eligibility at Robert Morris University while working towards a Master’s degree.
After college Brian went to Auckland, New Zealand where he played with Eastern Suburbs AFC. He has also played in Norway with Finnsnes and Leknes FK.
Brian has also served as an assistant coach for the men’s team at Muskingum University, where he was heavily involved in the recruiting process.