Alex Harrison begins his fourth season as WestConn's Head Women's Soccer Coach, after five seasons as an assistant for the women's program.
He starts his fourth year with a combined record of 46-17-4. WestConn captured the Little East Conference Tournament crown in each of his first 3 seasons at the helm and made appearances in the NCAA Division III national tournament, with the program making 14 appearances overall.
Under Harrison, WestConn womens’ soccer athletes have picked up LEC Rookie, Defensive and Offensive Athlete of the year honors. As well as producing several All Conference and All New England award winners and an All-American honor.
Prior to WestConn, he coached Brookfield High School Boys' Soccer, Ridgefield High School Girls Soccer and had a stint as a volunteer assistant for Central Connecticut State University's men's soccer.
Aside from his responsibilities at WestConn, he is currently the Director of Coaching for the A.C. Connecticut girls’ program and serves as the head coach for the A.C. Connecticut U.S.L Team.
Harrison was a two All-American at CCSU, a two-time Player of the Year and the Rookie of the Year for the Northeast Conference. In his sophomore year, he was the overall NCAA Division I leading goal scorer.
After graduating from Central in 2007 with a degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion, he was drafted in the first round, as the sixth pick, to the Milwaukee Wave in the Major Indoor Soccer League. Harrison also played for the Wilmington Hammerheads in the United Soccer League.