Assistant Coach
Experience: 2 Years


Daniel Mohsen began with the Georgia State men's soccer program as an assistant coach prior to the start of the 2017 season. Mohsen comes to Georgia State following a one-year stint at Piedmont College.  

Prior to his year at Piedmont College, Mohsen served as a graduate assistant coach at NAIA member school William Penn. While with William Penn, Mohsen served as the program's interim head coach during the spring of 2015 and oversaw all aspects of the program. Beginning with the Statesmen in 2014, he spent two seasons with the team where he helped them to a combined 15-17-5 overall record and a 3rd place conference finish in 2014.

The Statesmen saw six All-Conference selections during Mohsen's time with the program and also had one player named to the NSCAA Scholar All-North/Central Region Team in the College Division.  Assisting with the recruitment for the program, Mohsen headed up the reserves at William Penn as well helped to build a roster of nearly 60 players.

Prior to beginning his collegiate coaching career, Mohsen played for Limestone College, a NCAA Division II member institution located in Gaffney, South Carolina. He helped the Saints to a Conference Carolinas Tournament championship in his senior year, as well as helping the team to a regular season co-championship.

The Saints defeated top-seeded Erskine to win the 2013 conference tournament and move to No. 13 in the nation. The team finished the season with a 15-4 record and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament as the No. 1 Seed in the Southeast Regional bracket. 

The Conference Carolinas titles were the second straight for Limestone, as the Saints also took home 2012 tournament title and regular season co-champion title. Mohsen appeared in 37 games for the Saints and tallied a pair of assists and four goals during his sophomore year.  

At the beginning of his collegiate playing career, Mohsen spent the summers of 2011 and 2012 polishing his playing skills by competing in the PDL with the Springfield Demize the summer after playing for the Georgia Revolution of the NPSL. Additionally, he served on the Soccer Experience Camp Staff with Nuno Piteira held at Reinhardt University in the summers from 2012 to 2014.   

Spending time on the summer camp circuit as a coach, Mohsen worked camps at Division I intuitions Creighton University (Nebraska) and Clemson. Creighton has appeared in 22 of the last 23 NCAA Tournaments, making appearances in the College Cup (Final Four) on five different occasions while Clemson has advanced to the NCAA Tournament four out of the past five seasons.

Mohsen is familiar with the Georgia soccer scene, playing at Brookwood High School as a four-year starter and an All-State selection with the Broncos. He played club soccer for GSA and helped the 92 R3PL team to three-consecutive state championships.  

Mohsen earned an NSCAA National Diploma and an NSCAA Advanced Diploma, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Limestone College in May of 2014. He completed his Masters in Business Leadership in May of 2016.

In the spring of 2019, Mohsen received his Premier Diploma from United Soccer Coaches, the organization's highest technical award. 

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