Matt Quirk is entering his fourth season as the head coach of the UM-Dearborn men's soccer team after being hired in April 2014.
In his first three seasons with the Wolverines, Quirk's teams have displayed tremendous success in the classroom, while making strides towards the top of the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference on the field. The Wolverines have been named an NAIA Scholar Team in each of the three years under Quirk, while totaling 23 WHAC All-Academic Team members and 15 NAIA Scholar Athletes. In 2016-17, the men's soccer team combined for a 3.17 GPA, the highest among all men's programs at UM-Dearborn.
Since taking over the program, Quirk has guided the Wolverines to the program's first wins over Concordia University, Siena Heights University, Rochester College and Lourdes University.
Currently, Quirk is a staff coach for Michigan Rush Downriver. Prior to taking the head coaching position at UM-Dearborn he served as an assistant coach with the Wolverines. He led the Trenton High School boys varsity team to a District title in 2016 and the Gabriel Richard High School girls varsity team to a District championship in the same year.
During his playing career, Quirk started at center-back for Schoolcraft College from 2006-07, for a team that was nationally ranked in the NJCAA.