|Title:||Head Men's Soccer Coach|
|Title:||Assistant Men's Soccer Coach|
|Year:||First Year at E&H|
|College:||Frostburg State, 2012|
Stephen Cavallo is entering his first season as the Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach at Emory & Henry College. He will also serve at the Goalkeeper Coach for the E&H Women’s Soccer Team. Cavallo comes to Emory from Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, North Carolina where he served as the goalkeeper coach for the Crusaders’ women’s team during the spring of 2013.
Prior to his work at Belmont Abbey, Cavallo was the Head Varsity Boy’s Soccer Coach at Allegany High School in Cumberland, Maryland. In two years at Allegany, his teams posted an overall 21-7-3 record. In 2012, Cavallo led Allegany to an undefeated regular season – the first in school history. Allegany also set school records for wins (15), consecutive wins (11) and longest unbeaten streak (16 matches), as well as goals scored in a season (71), fewest goals allowed in a season (5), and shutouts (12). For his efforts, Cavallo was selected the 2012 Pepsi-Cola High School Soccer Coach of the Year.
Cavallo, a native of Charlotte, N.C., has also coached club and high school soccer in his home state. He was also the men’s goalkeeper coach at Frostburg State University during the spring of 2012.
Cavallo played for two seasons at Warren Wilson College before transferring to Frostburg State to finish out his junior and senior years, where he was a two-year starter in goal.
A prep standout at East Lincoln High School in Denver, N.C., Cavallo was named to the All-Region Team his senior season. He also played for North Meck Soccer Club throughout his high school career.
Cavallo holds a Bachelor’s Degree in geography from Frostburg State, which he completed in the summer of 2012.