Peay Joins Men’s Soccer as New Assistant Coach
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Keith Tabatznik, Head Coach of the Georgetown University men’s soccer team has announced that Clint Peay will be joining the Hoya coaching staff.
Peay was well known in the Washington area as a member of D.C. United between 1996-00. United won three MLS league titles during Peay’s tenure. He was also a starter on the 1996 U.S. National Team, competing in the Atlanta Olympics. Peay’s collegiate years were spent at the University of Virginia where he was a part of four national championships while being named an NCAA All-American and an ACC All Conference performer.
Currently Peay is the head coach of an Under 13 Girls Premier team in Maryland and was a youth soccer trainer for Creative Soccer between 2000-01. Peay has also worked as a television commentator for Comcast Sports during its D.C. United broadcasts in 2000 and 2001. He holds a U.S. Soccer Federation National Coaching “A” license.
Peay will join a Hoya staff that led Georgetown to an 8-9-1 mark last fall. The Hoyas marched to the BIG EAST semifinals before losing to eventual conference champion Boston College.