Andrews enters his 10th season at the helm of the men's soccer program in 2019.
In 2018, Asbury collected a 9-9-1 overall record, but posted a solid 5-2-1 record in River States Conference play. The Eagles earned a home match in the Quarterfinals of the RSC Tournament, but were eliminated with a 3-1 loss.
In 2017, AU finished the season with a 11-6-1 for its highest winning percentage in a season since 2012, earning the No. 3 seed in the RSC Tournament. The team finished fifth in NAIA in assists per game (3.0) and sixth in goals per game (3.6).
In 2016 the Eagles finished with a 11-8-1 record, the highest win total since 2013. AU scored the most goals (70) since 2011 and 2012 when they netted 77 goals and also gave up the fewest goals since 2011.
In 2015, the KIAC expanded to seven men's teams with the addition of West Virginia Tech and Ohio Christian to the conference, strengthening the compeitition in conference. Andrews and the Eagles faced one of their toughest schedules ever and came out of the season with a 6-13 record, and an even 3-3 in conference play. They beat Brescia University at home in the quarterfinals of the KIAC tournament and were ousted by eventual National Champion Rio Grande in the semifinals.
In 2014 Andrews and the Eagles went 8-11 with an even 2-2 record in KIAC play during the regular season. They were ousted in the KIAC Tournament Semifinals via 1-0 overtime loss to Point Park. The Eagles finished 11-8 in 2013, advancing to the KIAC finals but falling just short of the fourth title in program history. After tying a school record with 14 wins in 2011, Andrews' squad put together a 12-7-1 season in 2012
In that 14-win, record-setting season, Andrews led the Eagles to a share of their third straight regular season KIAC title and the third KIAC Championship in program history. The Eagles tied a program record with 14 wins, opposing just six losses and two draws. The Eagles fell one goal shy of advancing to the NAIA Tournament with a 3-2 loss to Roberts Wesleyan in the play in game for the National Tournament.
Despite compiling a 3-10-4 overall record in 2010 the Eagles still earned a share of the KIAC Regular Season championship in Andrews' first season. The Eagles were undefeated in four conference matches (2-0-2) for the first time in school history.
During his time as the head coach of the Asbury squad Andrews has coached 23 All-Conference Players including Conference Players of the Year five times (Dylan Fouts 3x, Trent Popp 2x). He's was also named KIAC Coach of the Year in 2011.
Andrews had previously served four years as an assistant with the program. During his stint as assistant, Andrews helped guide the team to an NCCAA Regional championship, NCCAA National Tournament appearance, KIAC Tournament championship, and NAIA Regional Tournament appearance.
Before serving as assistant coach, Andrews graduated in 2006 as a four-year letterman of the Eagle soccer program who served three years as team captain. Andrews was named to the KIAC All-Conference first team squad and first team NCCAA Region XII All-Regional throughout his career as well as earning NCCAA All-American honorable mention honors his senior year.
Originally from Deltona, Fla., Andrews left the sunshine state and a very decorative and successful high school and club career to join the team at Asbury. Andrews also teaches Sports Management related classes within the HPER major and serves in a Director of Facilities role for the athletic facilities. He now lives in Wilmore with his wife Emily and their son, Cooper, who was born in March 2012.