Overall Record: 0-0-0 || NACC Record: 0-0-0
Rob Harrington became MSOE's head coach of men's soccer in July 2019, taking over for the late Jimmy Banks. Harrington has been with the program since 2008, serving as assistant and goalkeeping coach during that time. He was been coaching professionally since 1992 and has been involved in every aspect of the amateur soccer, including club, high school, and college.
Harrington was a member of the coaching staff that led the Raiders to back-to-back NCAA tournament appearances as a result of winning the NACC tournament in 2014 and 2015. The program has yet to miss the NACC postseason tournament, finishing as runners up in 2017 and 2018.
Harrington had previously been part of the MK Nationals/FC Milwaukee coaching staff as a director of coaching, and was a coaching instructor for the Tosa Kickers. He has extensive coaching experience including time as an assistant women's soccer coach for Purdue University, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (women's assistant coach), and Marian College (men's and women's assistant coach). Harrington's high school experience includes numerous schools, highlighted by coaching the Pius HS varsity girls’ soccer team to a state championship in 1995 (one of nine total state championships) and is currently an assistant to DSHA.
Harrington was the coach of the U18 girls’ regional champions in 1999 and U18 boys’ regional champions in 2005. He was a member of 30 state championship teams as a club coach, including five Midwest Regional final teams and two National Final Four squads.
Harrington played collegiately at Drake University and graduated from there in 1992.