Kyle Singer returns to Boston College for his first season as an assistant coach, after having played for the Eagles in 2002. Singer spent the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Northeastern. He is currently in his third season as a goalkeeper with the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer.
As a member of Ed Matz's staff at Northeastern, Singer helped guide the Huskies to the America East Championship game in 2003. Under his leadership, the starting goalkeeper earned all region honors.
In 2002, Singer earned Big East Goalkeeper of the Year honors and helped the Eagles to a Big East regular season and tournament championship and NCAA Tournament "Elite 8" appearance. He set the single-season record for wins by a goalie with 17.
In his one season at Boston College, Singer posted four shutouts, a 1.32 goals against average and a .793 save percentage. Singer earned All-Big East first team and NSCAA All-New England first team accolades. Singer was drafted by the New England Revolution in the third round (29th overall pick) of the 2002 MLS SuperDraft.
Prior to college, Singer was a member of the US Youth National Team Program. He competed in the U-17 World Cup in Egypt, where he posted a shutout victory against Austria. He was also named "Man of the Match" in friendlies against Uruguay and Costa Rica.
Singer transferred to Boston College in 2002 after having played three years at the University of Virginia. Singer earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia and a master's degree in higher education from Boston College.