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Following two seasons as an assistant coach in the program, Greg DeVito took over as only the fifth head coach in program history in 2007. As a head coach, he has compiled an overall record of 88-28-12 including 39-6-7 in Little East Conference play.
Under DeVito, Eastern has averaged 14 wins per season, captured four LEC playoff titles and won or shared four LEC regular-season championships and has never lost more than one LEC regular-season match in a season.
Eastern is the only public institution to be ranked regionally in every NSCAA New England poll each of the past five years. The Warriors were ranked as high as second regionally and as high as a tie for 12th nationally in that span. In six years, DeVito’s teams have featured one NSCAA All-America, two NSCAA Scholar All-Americas, four NSCAA Scholar All-Region, 14 NSCAA All-Region players, six LEC Player-of-the-Year selections, 24 LEC All-Academic qualifiers, and 38 All-LEC selections.
In 2012, the program went 17-2-1, receiving its sixth straight post-season tournament bid — fifth in the NCAA — by virtue of a Little East Conference tournament championship victory over UMass Dartmouth. The Warriors concluded their season losing to St. Lawrence 2-1 in double overtime, and still finishing ranked 22nd nationally.
DeVito holds a USSF B License. He is currently coaching the FSA United U-18 and U-16 boys. He has won five CJSA Open Cup championships in the last ten years, as well as advancing to the Region 1 semifinals in 2010 and winning a US Club regional championship.