|Hometown:||North Walpole, NH|
A former player for the KSC men's soccer team, Justin Parrot returned to Keene State as an assistant women's soccer coach in 2009. After playing two seasons for the Owls (1994-95), Parrott spent the eight years coaching the highly successful varsity girls' soccer team at Fall Mountain Regional High School.
During his tenure, the Wildcats compiled a 92-42-12 record and made several trips to the Class I tournament, including 2006 when the team advanced to the semifinal round. He also had the opportunity to coach future Owls Sarah Miller and Molly Brunelle and recent grad Kristy Zurmuhlen, who earned a scholarship to play at Stanford. Parrott is following the same path he took as a player. A four-year standout at Fall Mountain, he was the first Wildcat to score 20 goals in a season and at one time held the record (49) for career goals. Earning All-State honors as a senior he led FMRHS to the State (Class M) finals.
Named Class I coach of the year in 2002 and 2004, Parrott, who also will have recruiting responsibilities with the Owls, is now looking forward to working with college level players. Currently living in North Charlestown with his wife Rachel and daughters Isabelle and Mya, Justin is the director of the Walpole Village School.