Corrieri returns for his ninth season manning the Green Terror sidelines in 2021.
In his debut season, Corrieri led the Green Terror to a 7-7-3 mark and coached four all-conference performers and has posted 23 wins and 11 ties in his first four years as head coach.
In 2017, Corrieri led the squad to the postseason – the first bid for the program in 12 seasons. He led McDaniel to a 10-win campaign and the ECAC tournament, notching the Green Terror’s first playoff win since 2004.
In 2019, Corrieri commanded his best season yet with an 11-6-1 mark. In addition to post the most wins for the program in 14 seasons, he guided the team to the ECAC tournament for the second time in three years and its highest Centennial Conference finish since 2006.
In seven seasons on the sidelines, he has guided the squad to 50 wins and another 17 draws.
Corrieri spent the previous six seasons as an assistant coach at York (Pa.). During his tenure on staff, the Spartans have been consistently ranked among the top teams in Division III. In his first year on the sidelines, the squad advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.
York won the Capital Athletic Conference in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 and advanced to the NCAA tournament in each of Corrieri’s six years on staff.
Prior to his time on the Spartan sideline, he served as the head boys’ soccer coach at Susquehannock High School in Glen Rock, Pa., from 2002-06. While there, his teams won four consecutive division titles and a pair of York County championships. He took the squad to the 2006 PIAA State quarterfinals and was twice named YAIAA Coach of the Year.
Corrieri played for Carlisle United FC in the English Professional Soccer League from 1994-96. Following his time as a professional player, he also spent five years in semi-professional leagues in England, Scotland and Wales.
He holds a United State Soccer Federation B License.
Corrieri graduated from Wolverhamption University in Birmingham, U.K., in 2000 with a bachelor of arts in Marketing Management in the Sports Industry.