|Title:||Defensive Coordinator - Defensive Backs - Strength & Conditioning Coach|
|Previous College:||Bridgewater State '09|
|Recruiting Area:||Conn., N.Y., N.J., Ga., Fla., Ala., Miss., La., Ark., Hawaii|
Brent Kasabian returns to the sidelines for his second season as Defensive Coordinator and Defensive Backs Coach. In 2017, Kasabian coached NEWMAC First Team All-Conference selection Derek Breunig. Kasabian also serves as the Strength and Conditioning Coach at Maine Maritime Academy.
Kasabian returned to Maine Maritime after serving as an Assistant Coach in 2011. Prior to coming to Castine in 2017, Kasabian served as the Defensive Backs Coach at Norwich University. During his time at Norwich, Kasabian coached an Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) First Team selection.
He joined the Cadets after serving as the Defensive Coordinator at Curry College for two seasons, where he coached a two-time First Team All-New England Football Conference (NEFC) selection. In his first season with Curry, Kasabian's defense led the conference in total defense and pass defense.
As the Defensive Coordinator at Curry, Kasabian helped to mentor Parrish Rogers-Reed, the 2014 NEFC Defensive Player of the Year, New England Football Writers (NEFW) Division II/III All-Star, ECAC Division III North All-Star and the D3football.com All East Region Second Team selection.
Kasabian joined the Colonels after spending two seasons at Stonehill College, where he first served as the Secondary Coach, before being promoted to Special Teams Coordinator for the 2013 season. During the 2013 season, the Skyhawks claimed a share of the Northeast-10 Conference regular season championship.
He has also held assistant coaching positions North Middlesex Regional High School and Tyngsboro High School.
Kasabian has earned experience as a clinician at the prestigious Manning Passing Academy, the New England Elite Football Clinic and the Masters' Sports Football Camps.
Kasabian earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Bridgewater State College in 2009, where he was also a four-year letterman at the defensive back position and a member of the Bridgewater State team that racked up 30 victories in 40 games and won both the 2005 and 2006 ECAC Northeast and North Atlantic Bowl games.