Andrew Quinn joins the Georgetown staff as a volunteer assistant coach, he comes to the Hilltop with playing experience at both the Division I level and in the MLS. Quinn will work primarily with the goalkeepers.
Quinn was added to the D.C. United roster after the 2010 preseason but did not see game action after suffering a knee injury early in the year.
In his four-year career at the University of Notre Dame, Quinn played in 37 career games with the Irish posting 33 starts. He had nine shutouts and 119 saves to his credit. During his time at Notre Dame, the Irish won a pair of BIG EAST titles and went to four-consecutive NCAA Tournaments.
After redshirting as a freshman, Quinn moved into the rotation as a redshirt senior appearing and starting in 16 games before suffering a season-ending injury against Georgetown. During his fifth year, the Silver Spring, Md., native started 12 games recording 37 saves. He was a two-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
Quinn graduated in 2010 with a degree in psychology and sociology.
The local product starred at DeMatha Catholic High School starting in goal for three seasons and earning four varsity letters. He led the squad to two-consecutive WCAC Championships and posted three-consecutive seasons with 10 shutouts. DeMatha was nationally-ranked for three seasons and ranked No.1 in the nation in 2004 after going undefeated. Quinn was a three-time All-Conference honoree.
Quinn resides in Silver Spring, Md.