Carl Contrascier is in his fourth season as an assistant coach with the CSU women’s soccer program. He joined the Vikings after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at John Carroll.
In his three seasons at CSU, Contrascier has helped the Vikings to 25 wins, including a school-record 11-7-1 mark last year and a berth in the Horizon League Tournament championship match for the first time in CSU history.
Contrascier works with the CSU goalkeepers and has been an integral part of the sqaud posting nine shutouts over the last two years.
Contrascier spent the 2013 season season as a volunteer assistant and was an assistant coach with the JCU women’s team in 2014, as well as the men’s goalkeeper coach. In his two seasons with the JCU women’s squad, Contrascier helped the Blue Streaks to 21 wins, including a co-regular season title in 2013 and a spot in the OAC championship.
In his lone season with the JCU men, Contrascier was part of a squad that posted a 17-4 record, including a perfect 9-0 mark in the conference before falling in the tournament title match.
A three-year letterman as a goalkeeper at JCU, Contrascier played in the second most games (48) as a goalkeeper in program history His 27 wins rank third all-time and his 193 saves are fourth all-time in JCU history. He posted a 1.24 goals against average for his career, ranking ninth in school history.
As a senior in 2012, Contrascier was a second team All-OAC selection and an Academic All-Ohio pick. He was a second team all-league honoree in 2011 and made 85 saves, the third most in a season in school history.
A member of the all-county, all-district and all-state teams at Medina Highland H.S., Contrascier graduated from John Carroll in 2013 with a degree in history.