2021 New England Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year
2019 Northeast Region Staff of the Year
2019 America East Staff of the Year
Brad Campion is currently in his first season as an assistant men’s soccer coach at UNH in 2022.
Campion, who served as the director of operations for UNH during the 2019 season, has spent the last two years as the head coach of the New England College men’s soccer team.
At New England College, Campion was the leader of a coaching staff that was named the 2021 DIII New England Regional Staff of the Year, while he also earned NECC Coach of the Year accolades. The team won the NECC championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament posting a 12-7-2 record. Campion has also served as the program director for the New Hampshire Olympic Development Program.
Campion was a member of the UNH staff that earned 2019 Northeast Region and America East Staff of the Year accolades. UNH went 15-2-3 in 2019 setting the school record with a .825 winning percentage. UNH captured its second straight America East Tournament championship, qualifying for the NCAA Tournament for the third straight season. UNH only allowed 11 goals all year and posted the best team goals against average in the nation (0.528). The Wildcats concluded the year ranked No. 17 in the RPI and No. 22 by United Soccer Coaches.
Before UNH, Campion was an assistant coach for the men’s soccer team at SUNY Purchase and a head coach for the Manhattan Soccer Club. While in New York City, Campion completed an M.A. in Higher and Postsecondary Education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Campion played collegiate soccer for Hubbard at Southern New Hampshire University for two years and then finished his career at SUNY Geneseo. Under Hubbard at Southern New Hampshire University, Campion’s teams won the 2013 NCAA DII National Championship, two-conference championships, and he was the NCAA Elite 89 Academic Award Recipient. At SUNY Geneseo, Campion was a two-time Academic All-American, two-time All-East selection, three-time first-team All-Conference selection, and SUNYAC’s 2016 Scholar Athlete of the Year.