Back for his fourth season, assistant coach Justin Terranova continues to lend his guidance to the goalkeeping corps at Old Dominion.
Terranova was a member of the 1996 Connecticut Wolves of the A-League and in 1995 he was the starting goalkeeper for the Nashville Metros of the Premier Division and finished the season with a 12-7 record.
He played his college soccer at Methodist College from 1992-1995 under then head coach Alan Dawson. As the team's goalkeeper, he co-captained the 1995 squad that reached the NCAA Division III National Championship. Terranova finished his career with an 0.82 goals against average and his 37 career shutouts are a school record.
Terranova has an Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and currently holds a "A" License from the United States Soccer Federation. Currently, he is working as Director of Coaching and Player Development for Chesapeake Select Soccer Club. Terranova is also the assistant coach for the VYSA Olympic Development Program 1986 boys team.
Terranova graduated from Methodist College in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in political science with a physical education minor.
Terranova and his wife, Jeanette Cox, currently reside in Norfolk.