Connor Keenan joined the Catholic University men’s soccer coaching staff as an assistant coach in the fall of 2016.
Keenan was a four-year letterwinner at Lycoming College that developed into one of the top goalkeepers in Warriors program history. As a senior, Keenan set the school’s single-season records for shutouts (11) and goals-against average (0.69) en route to First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region honors.
The Exton, Pa., native also set Lycoming’s career shutouts record during his senior season, finishing with a total of 21. Additionally, Keenan helped the Warriors start the year with a school-record 692 consecutive scoreless minutes, as they were the last team in Division III to allow a goal. As a junior, Keenan, posted a 0.91 goals-against average and earned Honorable Mention All-Commonwealth Conference honors.
A two-time member of the MAC Academic Honor Roll and a one-time NSCAA Honorable Mention Scholar All-East Region pick, Keenan, graduated from Lycoming with a Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice in 2015.
Keenan is currently working on his master in management in the CUA Metropolitan School of Professional Studies and resides in Washington, D.C.