Pete Hamasian begins his first year as the head coach of the men's soccer team in 2020, his fourth season overall as a coach at his alma mater.
Over the last three seasons, Hamasian has been involved with the Albertus Magnus men's soccer team as an assistant coach to former head coach Brett Colavolpe. During that span, the men's soccer team has compiled an overall record of 22-25-7 and has secured three consecutive GNAC tournament berths. In addition to the overall success of the Albertus Magnus Falcons, Hamasian also coached six players to All-Conference selections over his three years as an assistant.
In 2016, Hamasian served as a volunteer assistant coach for the University of New Haven women's soccer team.
Prior to joining the New Haven coaching staff, Hamasian also has experience as the head coach of the West Haven High School boys soccer program as well as with No. 1 Soccer Camps, FSA FC United and Cheshire Soccer Club. He holds a USSF Class E Coaching Licence.
As a player, Hamasian appeared in 70 games on the back line for Albertus Magnus College. A team captain as a junior and senior, he helped lead the Falcons to 25 wins in his final two seasons, including a berth in the Great Northeast Conference Championship game in 2010.