Andy McNab was hired as the Barton Head Women's Soccer Coach in April 2019.
McNab comes to Barton after spending the past six seasons at Seton Hill University (Pa.) including four as Head Coach (2015-18). As the Griffins' mentor, McNab led the squad to its two best seasons in NCAA Division II in 2017 (12-6-1) and 2018 (12-5-1), were ranked nationally for several weeks both years and regionally ranked every week both years.
During this time, he also served on the United Soccer Coaches Atlantic Regional Committee.
McNab also served as Head Coach at Salem International University (W.Va.) for two years (2010-11) after starting his coaching career as an Assistant at Greenville (Ill.) (2009) for both the men's and women's teams.
A native of Glasgow, Scotland, McNab earned his bachelor's degree from Salem International in 2008 in criminal justice before receiving his MBA in 2015 at Seton Hill. A four-year letter-winner with the Tigers, McNab was part of the 2004 WVIAC Regular Season Championship squad and the 2015 and 2016 WVIAC Tournament Championship teams.
In addition, McNab played against the USA and Canada National Teams as part of the Scotland U19 Team.