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Stephen King
Stephen King

Position:
Goalkeeper Coach



Stephen King joins the Johns Hopkins coaching staff for the 2010 season after a stellar playing career and brief coaching stint at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.

King was a four-year starter and standout goalkeeper for the Retrievers from 2005-08, finishing second in school history in career shutouts and fourth in saves. He was named to the America East All-Rookie Team in 2005. King stayed on as an assistant coach with UMBC for the 2009 season, working primarily with the goalkeepers and helping the Retrievers to a 14-6 record.

King also worked as a camp counselor at Pete Caringi's All-Maryland Soccer Camp from 2005-09 and the Archbishop Curley Soccer Camp from 2004-09.

King's playing accomplishments include several successful years at the club level with the Baltimore Casa Mia Bays. As a member of the Baltimore Casa Mia Bays he won two USYSA Golden Gloves, two National Championships (2003, 2004) and four Region I Championships (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007).

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