Brent Duffy rejoins the women's soccer staff at York, having previously served under Coach Sterner, taking on a role as an assistant coach with a focus on goalkeeping. In addition to working with the women's team, Duffy will also assist former teammate Evan Sheffey as the goalkeeper coach for the men's team.
For the last three seasons, Duffy served as the head coach of the boys' soccer program at West York Area High School after spending two seasons on the girls' side with Kennard-Dale High School. In addition to his work with the Spartans, Duffy also coaches with Maryland ODP, working with the goalkeepers at the girls' u13 level. He has a United Soccer Coaches National Diploma and Goalkeeping Level III Diplomas as well as a USSF National "D" License.
A 2007 graduate of York College, Duffy has his B.S. in Sport Management with a minor in Public Relations. During his time as a student at York, he was a four-year member of the men’s soccer program under head coach Mark Ludwig.
Duffy resides in York with his wife, Natalie, and twin daughters, Cameron and Alivia.