Carter Lincoln returned to Vermont after spending the past two years at Clarkson University as an assistant men's soccer coach. On the sidelines with the Golden Knights, he helped the team attain its first winning record in 15 years and the best conference record in program history last season. Additionally, Lincoln coached three All-Liberty League selections a year ago, including two on the All-Liberty League First Team.
A 2015 graduate of UVM with a degree in community and international development, Lincoln played three seasons with the Catamounts after transferring from Division II Southern New Hampshire University. In his three years with Vermont, Lincoln played in 38 games with nine starts as a midfielder and defender.
Lincoln, a native of Essex Junction, Vermont has been coaching soccer in the Northeast since 2011. In New Hampshire, he worked with the Bow and Hooksett youth soccer programs. Upon returning to Vermont, Lincoln started coaching with Synergy FC, the club he grew up playing for. With Synergy, Lincoln helped coach U10 to U17 players. During his time at Clarkson, Lincoln coached the FC Freeze U16 boys team. Lincoln will complete his master’s degree from Clarkson in environmental policy and governance this summer and he also holds a USSF "D" License.