Andrade has been at PC for three years, while DeMello has been with the Friars for 12 seasons.
David DeMello, who has played an integral part in Providence College's resurgence, enters his 14th season as the Friars' assistant coach.
DeMello has helped the Friars to six NCAA Tournament appearances in his career at Providence, including three out of the last four years. In 2013, DeMello helped the Friars reach the BIG EAST tournament final and the NCAA Tournament. The Friars have recorded eight winning seasons in the last nine years, and have been to the BIG EAST Semifinals four times over that span.
DeMello will continue to work with all the day-to-day operations of the program, as well as assisting with recruiting and coaching.
A 1994 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, DeMello played four years for the Rams' soccer team. During his junior season, he earned Atlantic-10 All-Conference honors as an outside defender and helped the team reach the conference finals.
After graduating from URI in 1994, DeMello played professional soccer for the Rhode Island Stingrays of the USL and served as the team captain for four seasons.
DeMello began coaching in 1994 as an assistant at UMass-Dartmouth. He spent three seasons with the Corsairs before becoming an assistant coach at Roger Williams University. DeMello worked for four seasons at Roger Williams.
A 1989 graduate of Bristol High School, DeMello earned All-State honors in his junior and senior years.
DeMello and his wife, Vicki, and their daughters, Taylor and Maya, live in Bristol, R.I.