B.S., Boston Univ. (1982)
Coach Pilger has spent 25 years as a head coach at the college and professional level, including serving as Head Coach of the Cleveland Force (Major Indoor Soccer League), and at the University of Rochester, Kenyon College, and Case Western Reserve. Coach Pilger was named the 1990 NCAA National Coach of the Year. He was chosen NESCAC Coach of the Year in 2007 and 2011. He also played professional and semi professional soccer for six years starting with The Las Vegas Seagulls of The American Soccer League. He graduated from Boston University in 1982, where he was the leading scorer all 4 years and All New England for 3 years. He has taught and coached at Trinity since 2004. Coach Pilger and his wife Kristina, have two sons in college, Cam and Charlie.