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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 the fifth head coach in the program's 55-year history, DeVito has compiled an overall record of 109-38-20 in seven seasons, including 50-10-9 in Little East Conference and tournament play.
Under DeVito -- the 2013 and 2007 LEC Coach-of-the-Year -- Eastern has averaged 13.5 wins per season, captured five LEC playoff titles and won or shared five LEC regular-season championships. His teams have never lost more than one LEC regular-season match in a season.
In eight years, DeVito’s teams have featured one NSCAA All-America, two NSCAA Scholar All-Americas, 18 NSCAA All-Region picks, seven NSCAA Scholar All-Regions, eight LEC Players-of-the-Year, 27 LEC All-Academic recipients, and 46 All-LEC selections.
In 2014, Eastern went 9-6-4 and qualified for its eigth consecutive post season. The team finished 2nd in the conference. In eight season under DeVito, Eastern has finished in the top 3 every year. The Warriors conceded a stingy 11 goals all season long, never allowing more than 2 in any game. The program had two All-New England selections in Cooper D'Ambrosio and Greg Walton. In addition, the team was recognized for the by the NSCAA for academic excellence (3.3 team GPA) and Ethics and Sportsmanship (only 4 yellow cards all season).
In 2013, the Warriors went 12-4-4 and made their seventh straight post-season tournament appearance — sixth in the NCAA — by virtue of a Little East Conference tournament championship victory over UMass Dartmouth.
In 2013, Eastern was awarded a Bronze Award by the NSCAA after being issued just six yellow cards all season and was also chosen as the winner of the National Marrow Donor Program/Be The Match Awareness Award. In 2012, Eastern was one of only six men’s teams in the country to be recognized with the NSCAA Team Ethics Award of Merit.
Eastern is the only public institution to be ranked regionally in the NSCAA New England poll each of the past eight years. Beginning with the final poll of 2007, the Warriors have been mentioned in the NSCAA New England rankings every week, finishing at No. 9 in 2013 and being ranked as high as No. 4 Oct. 15 and gaining mention in the national rankings. In 2012, Eastern was ranked no lower than No. 5 from the first through tenth regional polls. The Warriors were ranked as high as second regionally and as high as a tie for 12th nationally in that span.
DeVito, who holds a USSF B License and NSCAA Advanced National Diploma has been coaching soccer on a variety of levels since 1988. Having coached at the premier level for the last 18 years, DeVito is currently coaching the NEU U15 boys. He has won six CJSA Open Cup championships, 4 CJSA State Cup Finalists as well as advancing to the Region 1 semifinals in 2010 and winning a US Club regional championship in 2004.
Entering his tenth season with the coaching staff (the first two as an assistant coach), DeVito has a strong staff of assistants in Adam Phaiah, Matt Esposito and Carl Stensland -- all products of the Eastern soccer program — as well as goalkeeper coach Matt Weston.