Kasabian Just finished his 2nd season as the Defensive Coordinator and Secondary Coach at Curry College. In Kasabian’s first season in 2014, the Colonels saw their Points allowed reduce from 32 ppg to 27 while finishing #1 in the New England Football Conference in total defense, and #1 in Pass Defense. Also in 2014, helped mentor Defensive End Parrish Rogers-Reed who was the 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 2nd Team. In 2015, the Colonels led the NEFC in pass yards allowed per game once again and coached First-Team All- Conference Linebacker Devin Williams, and 2nd Team Defensive Back Dylan Spence.
Prior to Curry, Kasabian worked as the Secondary Coach at Stonehill College for two years 2012 and 2013, being promoted to Special Teams Coordinator after the 2012 season. In 2013 Coached 2nd Team All-Northeast 10 Conference Defensive Backs Sterry Codrington, Nate Morris (Morris led league in INT’s). 1st Team All-Northeast 10 Punter Ryan Handy, 2nd Team Kicker Steve Gryzwacz. The Skyhawks Led in NE-10 takeaways (30), Ranked second in the NE-10 for scoring defense (24.3 ppg), passing defense (246.8 yds/gm) while ranking third for interceptions (16). Both years the Skyhawks placed in the top 15 in the country in takeaways. Stonehill had their best season in nearly 20 years in 2013 (8-3), first winning season since 1996 and earned a share of the Northeast-10 Conference regular season championship. Stonehill defensive back excelled in Kasabian’s first year working with the group in 2012, leading the Northeast-10 with 15 interceptions, a total that also ranked 33rd nationally in Division II. The Skyhawks led the NE-10 in takeaways with 25, ranking 29th nationally for that category.
Kasabian joined Stonehill after serving as an assistant coach during the 2011 season at Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine.
Kasabian has two years of high school coaching experience, working as defensive coordinator at North Middlesex Regional High School in Townsend, Mass., during the 2010 season and as assistant coach for defensive backs and strength and conditioning coach at Tyngsboro High School in 2009. Kasabian has also served as head freshman lacrosse coach at Wesford Academy during the spring of 2011, leading the Grey Ghosts to a perfect 15-0 record.
Kasabian has also earned experience as a clinician at the Prestigious Manning Passing Academy in Thibodaux, La., since 2006, The New England Elite Football Clinic, and Masters Sports Football Camps.
Kasabian is a 2009 graduate of Bridgewater State College, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice. He was a four year letterwinner for the Bears football team as a defensive back. He was part of a class that posted a 30-10 record over his four seasons, winning the 2005 and 2006 ECAC Northeast and North Atlantic Bowl games.