Goe oversaw all facets of the diving program at Western Kentucky, including recruiting and development, practices and video analysis, along with various administrative and fundraising responsibilities. In 2012-13, Goe coached a men’s diver to the finals in three events at the conference championship and a women’s diver to a pair of runner-up finishes, while a women’s diver set the school record in the 3-meter event.
Before Western Kentucky, Goe spent two years as the diving coach at Flordia Gulf Coast University. During the 2011-12 season, Goe was named CCSA Women's Diving Coach of the Year. Junior diver Meagan Butler won the 1-meter and 3-meter CCSA championships, broke the CCSA 1-meter record (272.9) and CCSA 3-meter record (302), set the FGCU 3-meter school record and earned CCSA Diver of the Meet recognition. Sophomore Alex Valder finished third on the 1-meter competition while all four of the FGCU divers placed top eight in the 3-meter preliminaries. To end the season, Butler, Valder, and freshman Cayla Collins qualified to compete at Auburn University at the Zone B Diving Championship.
In the 2010-11 campaign with the FGCU diving program, Goe had another successful season culminating with being named the CCSA Women's Diving Coach of the Year. Senior diver Karmin McNamara was named the Diver of the Year and the championship's Most Outstanding Diver after finishing in first in the 1-meter competition and second in the 3-meter at the league meet under Goe. McNamara also set the school record in the 1-meter, scoring a 285.45 against FAU. Senior Gabrielle Shaw also earned an All-Conference watch under Goe's tutelage, with a third-place finish in the 1-meter.
Prior to FGCU, Goe coached the men's and women's dive team at Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference member Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y. During his time at Canisius, Goe coached both the men and women divers and assisted in travel planning, skill development and conditioning. Under Goe's direction in 2009 and 2010, the women divers placed into the MAAC Championship finals on the 1-meter and 3-meter competitions. Goe also coached a Canisius diver who broke the school's 3-meter, 11 dive record in 2009 and another diver who went on to place in the top eight in the 1-meter at the Eastern College Athletic Conference meet.
In the summer of 2010, Goe served as a diving official for the Empire State games in addition to directing summer diving clinics.
Goe is a 1997 graduate from Ball State in Muncie, Ind. He received a bachelor's degree in elementary education before pursing his master's in education in 2004 from Indiana Wesleyan.