|Title:||Assistant Men's Soccer Coach|
Joël Dargan begins his sixth year as the first assistant for the men's soccer program. During this time, he has helped guide the program to five consecutive Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) championship tournament berths and was instrumental in helping to lead the 2012 side to the conference title and a spot in the NCAA national championship tournament.
Dargan brings a wealth of coaching and playing experience to the Salve Regina men's soccer staff. A former member of the University of Rhode Island men’s soccer program, he played under legendary URI coach Ed Bradley for four years and helped the Rams capture two Atlantic-10 Conference titles and a trip to 2003 NCAA national championships.
Coach Dargan is also a graduate of the IMG Soccer Academy in Bradenton, Fla., and is a former member of the Canadian youth national team system. Additionally, he has lived in France and played for the prestigious Ales Center of Excellence.
Coach Dargan graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He is currently enrolled as a graduate student at Salve Regina and is working towards his master's of business administration as well as a master's of science in management and leadership. He currently holds both a USSF National 'D' Coaching License and an NSCAA National Diploma.