Adam Boyer is entering his third season as an Assistant Coach for the Men's Soccer program. A 2009 graduate of Centre College, Boyer has returned to his alma mater to continue his work with the team along with tenth-year head coach Jeb Burch.
Boyer was an NSCAA/adidas 2nd Team All-American and 1st Team Academic All-American in 2008, becoming the first player in Centre Soccer history to win both All-American and Academic All-American honors in the same year. A three-time captain, Boyer was also a two-time 1st Team All-SCAC performer as well as a three-time NSCAA/adidas South-Central All-Region selection.
Prior to his time in a Centre jersey, Boyer won the 2006 USYSA National Championship with his youth club team, Javanon ’87. He recently finished his third professional indoor season with the Louisville Lightning of the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL), where he served as captain, was named to the PASL All-League Honorable Mention Team, and was voted Most Valuable Defender.
Boyer's primary responsibilities with the Centre Men’s Soccer team include technical and tactical training, practice regulation, website development, recruiting organization, social media, and game-day planning. Boyer also serves as a Lecture Staff member for Player Development Programs, LLC, and as coordinator for the Personal Group Training portion. He is an active member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and holds his NSCAA National Diploma. He is set to receive his Advanced National Diploma this summer.
Boyer also coaches for Central Kentucky Soccer Club, a select club located in Danville, Ky. He currently serves as Director for the U9 Academy, and also served as Head Coach for the U17 Boys team in 2009. He also coaches for Louisville Soccer Alliance, serving as Head Coach of the U23 Men’s team.
Boyer also serves as a Director for Danville Indoor, LLC, an indoor training facility opened by Coach Burch in 2011. He helped oversee the design and layout of the facility and administers both group and individual training sessions while also managing futsal leagues.
Boyer resides in Danville, Ky. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Centre College.