Colin Goin joined the men's soccer coaching staff at Emmanuel in the summer of 2006. Goin began his career with the Saints by serving as an Assistant Coach during the 2006, 2007 and 2008 seasons under former Head Coach Julio Avila. In 2009, Goin was named the Head Coach for the Saints. The program has steadily progressed under his direction, with the team increasing its win total each of his first three seasons. The 2011 season was the team's most successful to date. The Saints set a program-record for wins with 11 and Emmanuel won its first Great Northeast Athletic Conference post-season game, advancing to the GNAC Tournament semifinals.
Goin became the program's all-time winningest coach in 2014 when he notched career win 34 with a 1-0 victory over Daniel Webster on Sept. 6, surpassing Julio Avilia whom Goin assisted under from 2006-08.
Coach Goin grew up in New York, playing soccer for one of the most well-known clubs in New York, the F.C. Westchester soccer club. Goin attended Long Island University-Southampton College, where he played defense and midfield for the men's soccer team. Goin's team was nationally ranked every year, reaching as high as third in the nation one season.
Upon achieving his undergraduate education, Goin stayed on to coach at Southampton College as an assistant coach. In 2005, Goin moved to Boston and began his career with the Saints.
Goin currently works full-time out of Walpole, Massachusetts and resides in Norwood, Mass. with his wife and daughter.