Vincent Papageorgiou completed his fifth season as an assistant coach with the Endicott men's soccer program in 2018.
In his time on staff, Papageorgiou has helped the Gulls to an Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship in 2014, three Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) regular-season titles in 2015, 2016, and 2017, and a CCC Tournament Championship and NCAA appearance in 2017.
Papageorgiou joined the Endicott staff after spending two years on the sidelines as an assistant coach at MIT. The Engineers reached the NCAA Tournament during those two seasons and posted an impressive overall record of 26-10-4.
Papageorgiou enjoyed an illustrious collegiate playing career at Franklin Pierce University. He was an NSCAA All-American Goalkeeper, Daktronics All-American Goalkeeper, and NE-10 Goalkeeper of the year in 2011. Papageorgiou started every game his senior campaign and led Franklin Pierce to the NCAA Division II Final Four.
Papageorgiou graduated in 2012 from Franklin Pierce with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports and Recreation Management and was named a CoSIDA Academic All-American.