Andrews enters his third season at the helm of the men's soccer program in 2012, after tying a school record with 14 wins in 2011 and finishing with a 14-6-2 overall record. The Eagles won a share of the KIAC regular season title for the third straight year and claimed the tournament title for the third time in school history with a 5-1 win over Mountain State.
The Eagles scored 77 goals, ranking third in the NAIA in that category and fourth in assists with 58. The offensive explosion came one year after scoring just 18 goals in 2010. In 2011 the Eagles averaged 3.5 goals per game. Leading the charge was NAIA All-American Honorable Mention Trent Popp with 22 goals, 7th most in the NAIA. Popp was also named KIAC Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight year as keeper Dylan Fouts earned his second straight KIAC Defensive Player of the Year award. In two seasons Andrews has landed nine players on the All-KIAC team, the most in the conference. Andrews was also named KIAC Coach of the Year in 2011.
Despite compiling a 3-10-4 overall record in 2010 the Eagles still earned a share of the KIAC Regular Season championship in Andrews' first season. The Eagles were undefeated in four conference matches (2-0-2) for the first time in school history.
Andrews had previously served four years as an assistant with the program. During his stint as assistant, Andrews has helped to guide the team to a NCCAA Regional championship, NCCAA National Tournament appearance, KIAC Tournament championship, and NAIA Regional Tournament appearance.
Before serving as assistant coach, Andrews graduated in 2006 as a four-year letterman of the Eagle soccer program who served three years as team captain. Andrews was named to the KIAC All-Conference first team squad and first team NCCAA Region XII All-Regional throughout his career as well as earning NCCAA All-American honorable mention honors his senior year.
Originally from Deltona, Fla., Andrews left the sunshine state along with a very decorative and successful high school and club career there to join the team at Asbury. Andrews also teaches Sports Management related classes within the HPER major. He now lives in Wilmore with his wife Emily and their son, Cooper, who was born in March 2012.
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