ROCKVILLE – Montgomery College will break in a pair of new head coaches this fall.
Former Raptors assistant Harvey “Trey” Livingston will take over the rein of the men’s soccer program following the departure of Pedro Braz, who left Montgomery College to become the head coach at Gallaudet.
Livingston, a California native, has been an assistant at Montgomery College for the past three years. During his tenure, the Raptors won the Maryland JUCO and Region 20 titles. The team also qualified for the NJCAA Division III National Tournament all three years and finished runner-up to the national champions in 2012. He was also recently named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America National 30 Under 30 program and was honored as the National JUCO Assistant Coach of the Year in 2014.
Livingston was the director of soccer operations for Georgetown University prior to his arrival at Montgomery College. During his tenure at Georgetown, the Hoyas captured a Big East championship and made the second round of the NCAA Tournament. A four-year letter winner and a three-year starter at Howard University, Livingston was also named to the All-Atlantic Soccer Conference and All Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference academic team every year.
Meanwhile, former B-CC volleyball coach Marie Cornejo-Steel has been named the new head volleyball coach at Montgomery College.
Cornejo-Steel, a Watkins Mill graduate, is also a former George Mason University volleyball standout. During her stint at B-CC, Cornejo-Steel coached both the school’s co-ed and girls varsity teams. During her high school days at Watkins Mill, Cornejo-Steel played girls varsity and co-ed volleyball and was a member of the Wolverines’ 1997 state championship team.