Cosinuke has worked with the UC men's program the last two seasons as the volunteer goalkeeper coach.
Matt Cosinuke enters his first season with the Univerity of Cincinnati women's soccer team after serving as a volunteer assistant for the UC men's team.
Cosinuke has spent the last two years as a volunteer assistant with the Bearcats' men's program where he worked mainly with the goalkeepers and aided UC in qualifying for the conference tournament each year. In 2013, he had a keeper named National Goalkeeper of the Week once and American Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Week once. Off the field, he was heavily active in video analysis and organizing team camps and clinics.
Cosinuke came to UC after two seasons at Dartmouth, where he coached under former Bearcats men's head coach Jeff Cook and alongside former Bearcats men's letterwinner Johan Cedergren. He helped the Big Green to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances and trip to the Sweet 16 in 2010. Cosinuke mentored 2011 all-Ivy League selection Noah Cohen, who posted six shutouts in leading Dartmouth to the Ivy League Championship.
During his time in Cincinnati, he has also coached the U13, U16 and U18 Girls at the Kings Hammer Academy. Cosinuke guided the U16 Girls to the 2012 State Cup Championship and Regional Championship.
After graduating from Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, N.H., Cosinuke played Division I soccer at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Fla. During the 2009 season, he served as an assistant coach at Florida Atlantic University in addition to his extensive involvement with local youth soccer clubs and camps.
Cosinuke holds the Advanced National Goalkeeping License from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and several licenses from the US Soccer Federation. He is a native of Lebanon, N.H.