Brandon Rethemeyer
Brandon Rethemeyer
Title: Head Coach, Men's Soccer
Phone: 301-988-2516
Email: brandon@hagerstownccsoccer.com

Brandon Rethemeyer enters his first season as Head Coach after serving the past eight seasons as the Assistant Coach for Hagerstown Community College. While assisting, the Hawks had an overall record of 75-70-8, and qualified for eight straight MDJUCO playoffs.

 

Prior to joining the HCC staff in 2008, Rethemeyer was an assistant coach for Frostburg State University, while earning his Master's Degree in Human Performance.  During that stretch, he helped coach Frostburg State to a 28-30-2 overall record and a 15-10-4 record in the conference.  Each season, the Bobcats reached the AMCC Semifinals and in 2007 FSU earned a berth in the ECAC tournament.  They would win two straight overtime games, before falling in the Championship game to Swarthmore in overtime.

 

A 2006 graduate of Frostburg State University (MD), Rethemeyer earned his BA in Health & Physical Education.  He was a goalkeeper for the Bobcats in the 2003 and 2004 seasons.  He helped FSU to a combined 21-15-4 overall record and one ECAC Tournament appearance, where they were defeated by McDaniel College. Rethemeyer transferred into FSU from Hagerstown Community College, where he played goalkeeper for two seasons, while graduating with an AA degree in Health & Physical Education.

 

Rethemeyer is a 2001 graduate of Smithsburg High School (MD), where he earned All-County, All-Area, and All-MVAL honors while captaining the Leopards.

 

Rethemeyer also has trained overseas, playing in both Scotland and England.  He competed against professional, semi-professional, and amateur teams while touring the countries.  He also has been an instructor for Frostburg State and Rich Daughtridge Soccer Camps, as well as the Denison Cabral Soccer Academy. Rethemeyer holds his Regional Coaching Diploma with NSCAA.

 

“Having been deeply involved with the HCC Soccer program for so many years, the philosophy remains the same," stated Rethemeyer. "It’s never about a single game, or a single result. We look at the program as a whole and we have to feel comfortable in the direction that it’s going. We promote discipline and accountability from our student-athletes and the success we've seen are a direct relation to their hardwork and dedication. We are proud of our past accomplishments, but we are always moving forward towards our ultimate goal of a Region Championship and National Tournament appearance."