Mike Barroqueiro is in his second season as head coach of the Iona College women's soccer program.
In his first season at Iona, Barroquiero led the Gaels to five wins, including four wins in the MAAC, good for a fourth place finish in the conference and a two win improvement from the 2010 season. The Gaels were competitive in almost every contest, playing in ten games decided by one goal.
Barroqueiro was named head coach in December of 2010. Barroqueiro spent the previous three seasons at the College of Charleston, where he served as an assistant coach.
While at Charleston, Barroqueiro was apart of a staff that led the Cougars to the program's highest win total of 12 in both 2008 and 2009. In his three seasons, the squad earned 33 wins, the most over a three year span. In 2009 and 2010, the Cougars reached the Southern Conference Tournament, finishing second in 2009.
Prior to joining the staff at Charleston, Barroqueiro served as assistant coach / recruiting coordinator at Rutgers University. At Rutgers, he assisted in all facets of the program from developing and overseeing practice sessions to aiding in budget assessments as well as recruiting. He also organized recruiting trips, official and unofficial visits. He developed and implemented goalkeeping training for the nationally recognized goalkeeper Erin Guthrie.
Barroqueiro served as assistant coach at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County in 2006, working primarily with the goalkeepers while also developing and overseeing practice sessions. He also helped with recruiting from organizing recruiting trips and arranging on-campus trips to assessing/contacting recruits.
A 2005 graduate of Rutgers, Barroqueiro served as head coach of the women's soccer club team from 2003-06 and led the team to a regional runner-up finish in 2004 and 2005, as well as a regional semifinal appearance in 2003. From 2003 – 2006 Barroqueiro was Director of Women’s Soccer Operations for the Scarlett Knights, as well.