Singer is in his third season with Mason in 2014, coming to the University after spending three seasons at Temple University.
At Temple, Singer served as an assistant coach and was responsible for working with goalkeepers, scouting and recruiting. The squad made two A-10 tournament appearances and defeated two NSCAA Top 25 ranked teams during his three seasons. Individually, Singer helped develop 11 A-10 All-Conference, five NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-Region and two NSCAA All-Americans selections. One of his players also participated in the MLS Player Combine and eventually signed with the Philadelphia Union, while two were selected to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch list and seven were tabbed to the NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-Region squad.
Singer's squads also found success off of the pitch, as he helped produce three NSCAA Scholar All-Americans, an ESPN the Magazine Soccer Academic All-American and a NSCAA Team Academic award.
Prior to Temple, Singer spent two seasons at the University of Maine, where he mentored a NEISL All-Star and three America East All-Conference selection. Academically, his squads collected 14 America East Honor Roll selections and a NSCAA Team Academic Award. In addition, he coached Canadian U15, U16 and U17 National Team and Serbian U16 National Team captains and produced a player selected for the U20 Canadian National Team World Cup Qualifying.
After graduating from the University of Massachusetts in 2008, Singer served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, working with All-America and Umbro National Player of the Year goalkeeper Zach Simmons.
As a student-athlete, Singer began his career at Rider, where he earned MAAC All-Rookie honors as a freshman, and MAAC All-Academic team honors as a sophomore. Transferring to UMass as a junior, he helped lead his team to a No. 22 ranking his first year. In his final year of eligibility, Singer and the Minutemen earned a No. 4 ranking in the nation and captured the A10 Title, while competing to the final four of the NCAA College Cup.
Outside of the collegiate environment, Singer currently serves as a regional staff coach for the Region One Olympic Development Program in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic where he is repsonsible for identifying players for the regional pool which eventually helps determine the US Men's National Team. Before moving to Virginia, Singer was also the Youth Academy Coach for the FC Delco United State Soccer Federation in Radnor, Pa., trainer for the West Chester United U23 Amateur Team and head coach of the Maine Olympic Development Program.
Singer graduated from UMass in 2008 with a degree in marketing, and received his masters in sport and recreation management from Temple University in 2011.