David Styles enters his second season as an assistant coach with the Franklin Pierce University women's soccer team in 2017.
Styles makes his collegiate coaching debut with the Ravens after completing a four-year playing career with the Division I men's soccer program at Hartwick College. An All-Sun Belt Conference Second Team selection as a senior, he finished his career with 19 points on five goals and nine assists, playing primarily as a midfielder. Styles also earned Sun Belt All-Tournament Team honors in his junior campaign. While he was with the Hawks, the squad captured a pair of Sun Belt Championships and made two trips to the NCAA Championship.
Styles brings previous coaching experience at the youth level with him to Rindge. He previously spent eight months working with Global Premier Soccer New Hampshire, where he worked with a variety of teams and age levels.
Originally from Bognor Regis, England, Styles is a 2015 graduate of Hartwick College. He is currently pursuing his MBA in sports management at Franklin Pierce.