Nick Flohre enters his second year as assistant coach for the University of Iowa soccer program after helping lead the team to its second-most successful season in program history last season.
The Hawkeyes finished with a 12-6-3 record in 2012, finishing undefeated in nonconference play and qualifying for the Big Ten Tournament for the second straight season. Iowa earned Big Ten victories over Purdue, Indiana and Wisconsin, and outscored its opponents, 40-19, in 2012. The team ranked in the top half of the Big Ten in all major statistical categories.
Flohre was selected to instruct at the EXACT Soccer ID Camp at the University of Missouri-St. Louis in the summer of 2012.
Flohre served as the girl's assistant director of coaching at the Ohio Elite Soccer Academy for the from 2008-12. He helped guide the Ohio Elite U13 to the 2012 U.S. Club National Cup Finals and the Ohio Elite U12 team to the 2009 OSYSA State Cup Title.
Flohre has a USSF `B' Coaching License and has experience serving in the collegiate ranks as an assistant on the Wesleyan University men's team (2006-07) and also as an assistant with Tulane's women's team (2004-05).
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Flohre has also been the director of SoccerPlus Camps, a staff coach for the FSASoccerPlus FC -- where he worked with former U.S. Women's National Team Coach Tony DiCicco -- and a staff coach at the New Orleans Soccer Academy.
Flohre graduated from the University of Indianapolis in 2003 where he played on the men's soccer team. Flohre went on to play for the USL-1 Indiana Blast.