Radcliffe returns to Stevenson for his sixth season in 2014 and serves as the goalkeeping coach.
Under his tutelage, goalkeeper Ryan Flannelly was named to the All-CAC Second Team in 2009 after leading the CAC with an .853 save percentage and five shutouts.
Outside of Stevenson, Radcliffe is the Director of Goalkeeping for Pipeline Soccer Club in Baltimore. He also currently serves as the Assistant Director of Goalkeeping for the Boys' Soccer Maryland Olympic Development Program. He holds a NSCAA Level 2 Goalkeeping license.
A 2009 graduate of McDaniel, Radcliffe played four seasons for the Green Terror from 2005-08, including two under current Stevenson head coach John Plevyak. He was also teammates with current assistant Thomas Kane in 2005 when the team won the Centennial Conference regular season title.
Radcliffe totaled 40 saves and a .714 saves percentage at McDaniel and ranks fourth with 2.86 saves per game. As a senior, he appeared in eight games with seven starts, totaling a 2.57 goals against average and a .686 saves percentage in 559 minutes.
Prior to Stevenson, Radcliffe was the goalkeeping coach for the Baltimore Soccer Club United U16 team who advanced to the semifinals of the 2009 Maryland State Cup and is currently ranked third in the state by National Soccer Ranking.com.
Radclife played high school socer at Perry Hall in Baltimore where he was a team captain as a senior.