Volunteer Goalkeeping Coach
Per Henrikson joins the Golden Eagles coaching staff with a wealth of goalkeeping experience as a player and coach.
In the 1990's, he had non-league playing stints with Royston Town and Tring Town of the Diadora League in England, as well as trials in Ireland, Scotland and Coast Rica. In 1993, Henrikson played for Lahore WAPDA, becoming the only U.S. Citizen to play in Pakistan.
His collegiate coaching experience includes training the women's goalkeepers at Bates College, Trinity College and the University of Vermont. He has served as the goalkeeper coach for the National Teams of Pakistan, Philippines and Bhutan. Named interim coach of the Bhutan Men's National Team, Henrickson became the first U.S. Citizen to win a FIFA match as the head coach of another nation when Bhutan defeated Guam, 6-0, on April 23, 2003.
Henrikson also works with the men's goalkeepers at William Carey University and serves as the director of Dan Gaspar's Star Goalkeeper Academy.