Todd Ervin is beginning his ninth season in 2017 as the head coach of the Moravian College men’s soccer team, the seventh head coach of the program.
Ervin served as the head coach of the Pennsylvania Stoners of the National Premier Soccer League for two years. His 2008 Stoners team was the National Premier Soccer League National Champions with players from local Division I, II and III colleges as well as former professional players. Ervin resigned his position with the Stoners since the NCAA does not permit coaches to coach their players in the off season, and Moravian usually has at least one player on the Stoners roster.
Ervin was an assistant with the Moravian men’s program for three seasons, from 2004 to 2006, and he was also the head coach for the Cedar Crest College women’s soccer team for two seasons.
Ervin has both his National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) National and his NSCAA Advanced National Diploma having graduated with distinction. After graduating from Muhlenberg College in 1998, Ervin went on to play three seasons with the New Jersey Barons Professional Soccer team in the USL, and since 2001, has played in the Lehigh Valley Soccer League.
While a student-athlete at Muhlenberg, Ervin helped the Mules to the NCAA Division III National Tournament each of his four seasons with a trip to the Final Four in 1995. The squad also won three Centennial Conference Championships, and Ervin was a three-time First Team All-Centennial Conference honoree as well as a three-time NSCAA Regional All-American.