McMahon is entering his second season as Belhaven’s Head Men’s Soccer Coach. McMahon comes to Belhaven after spending the past 11 seasons as the head coach at Greenville College in Illinois. Year one turned out to be a memorable one after McMahon led the Blazers to the programs second NAIA National Championship with a 19-4-1 record.

During his tenure at Greenville, McMahon accumulated a 136-85-27 record (.603 winning percentage) making him the program’s all-time leader in victories. In 2008, 2010, and 2011, McMahon led Greenville to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships and berths into the NCAA Division III National Tournament. His 2008 team was the first of any sport at Greenville to compete in an NCAA National Championship Tournament. Under McMahon’s direction, he has coached 18 NCCAA All-Americans, 92 SLIAC All-conference performers, 19 NCAA All-region, 2 NCAA Academic All-Americans, and nine professional development players. McMahon has also helped build a successful women’s soccer program during his 11 year coaching stint at Greenville. On the women’s side McMahon owned an overall record of 105-90-9 coupled with a .537 win percentage in ten seasons, with both marking the top spot in GC history.

McMahon is no stranger to NAIA soccer having competed as a player at Indiana Wesleyan University for four seasons. While at Indiana Wesleyan, he was a part of two NAIA regional final four teams and also competed in two NCCAA National Tournaments. McMahon also helped IWU to two Mid-Central College Conference Championships. He also was given the opportunity to compete in England, Ireland, and North Ireland with Athletes in Action following his career.