Daniel Louisignau

Head Coach, BU16 Blue 04

About Daniel: Coach Louisignau joins the BSC Coaching Staff for the 2019-2020 season after working as a coach for multiple sides throughout the DMV. He is currently an assistant coach at American University and currently holds a National ‘D’ License.

Prior to American University, he spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Appalachian State University and four seasons in a similar capacity at University of Maryland Baltimore County. In 2014 after UMBC made it to the College Cup for the first time in school history he and the rest of the Retrievers staff were named the America East Conference Coaching Staff of the Year.

As a student-athlete himself, Louisignau played at UMBC (2009-11). During his time at UMBC, the Retrievers posted a winning percentage of .731 and an overall record of 41-11-15 for the most wins during a three-year period in UMBC Men’s Soccer history. In 2011, Louisignau was named the America East Conference Goalkeeper of the Year and earned 1st Team All-Conference honors after leading the conference in saves, save percentage and shutouts.

A Wilmington, Delaware native, Louisignau graduated from UMBC in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. While living in Delaware, he played club soccer for the Baltimore Bays, where he won the USYSA National Championship in 2006 and 2009 and won the US Soccer Developmental Academy in 2008. Louisignau was also invited to train with the U18 U.S. National Team in 2007.

Email: dlouisignau@bethesdasoccer.org