Brian Potter enters his fifth season as an assistant coach with the Husson men's soccer team in 2019, working primarily with the goalkeepers.
Since joining the coaching staff prior to the 2015 season, has helped guide the Husson men's soccer program to three winning seasons with a combined 33-29-7 (.529) record and a 21-11-2 (.647) mark in conference play with fourth straight postseason appearances, while coaching four Conference Senior Scholar Athletes of the Year and 11 All-Conference, four Conference All-Sportsmanship Team, four Conference All-Tournament Team, 29 Conference All-Academic selections and four Eagle Award winners.
Prior to joining the coaching staff, Potter was a four-year letterwinner for the Eagles as a goalkeeper from 2011-14. He helped Husson to four straight NAC Tournaments, while claiming two championship titles in 2011 and 2014.
He set four Husson all-time career records, most games played by a keeper (64), most minutes played by a keeper (5677:09), most saves (396) and most shutouts (18). Potter also posted 38 wins, good for third all-time. He was named to the All-NAC first team in 2011 and second team in 2014 while also earning a spot on the 2014 NAC All-Tournament Team.
Potter was named team captain in 2014 becoming the seventh keeper in program history to earn this honor.
Following his senior season, Potter was named the 2014-2015 Del Merrill Athlete of the Year.
Off the field, Potter was highly involved in community service and campus activities, especially with the Special Olympics and Husson's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
In continuing his passion for youth soccer development, Potter served as the Head Coach for Seacoast United Blackbear U18s in the 2016, and has also served as one of the clubs goalkeeper coaches for the past two years.
In 2016, Potter graduated from Husson earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Masters of Business Administration. He also holds USSF ‘F’, and ‘E’ Licenses. He earned his United Soccer Coaches National Diploma in June of 2017.
A native of Waterville, Maine, Potter attended Erskine Academy.