Corcoran will serve as a tight ends coach and assistant offensive line coach for the 2018 season. He served as the assistant tight ends with Assumption in the spring of 2018 as a graduate student, after spending the past five seasons as a member of the team.
This past fall as a graduate student, Corcoran started all 13 games as a guard on the offensive line for Assumption, helping the team win its second NE10 Championship. He helped the team reach the NCAA Quarterfinals and finish the year ranked ninth in the nation. The offense finished the year ranked 6th in the nation, averaging 43.2 points per game while putting up 393 yards of offense per contest.
Corcoran appeared in 31 total games over his final three seasons and was a part of three NCAA Tournament appearances, as well as a 2015 NE10 Championship. Assumption was ranked in the top 20 in each of his last three seasons while averaging over 37 points per game each season. In 2016, he was part of an offensive line which finished the 8th in the nation in sacks allowed.
Corcoran graduated with a degree in special education in 2017 and is currently pursuing his master's degree at Assumption.