CAMERON RAST
SANTA CLARA UNIV.

   
  
 
  
    
  
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  Santa Clara University alumnus  Cameron Rast  has led his alma mater to seven NCAA tournaments and five West Coast Conference Championships since taking over the Bronco men’s soccer program in 2002. A former All-America player on Santa Clara's National Championship team of 1989 and U.S. Olympic Team captain in 1992, Rast spent eight seasons as an assistant coach at SCU from 1994-2001.

Santa Clara University alumnus Cameron Rast has led his alma mater to seven NCAA tournaments and five West Coast Conference Championships since taking over the Bronco men’s soccer program in 2002. A former All-America player on Santa Clara's National Championship team of 1989 and U.S. Olympic Team captain in 1992, Rast spent eight seasons as an assistant coach at SCU from 1994-2001.

ADAM COOPER
ST. MARY's UNIV.

   
  
 
  
    
  
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   Adam Cooper  enters his 12th season as head coach for the Gaels in 2017 and is the most successful coach in program history. He is a 2-time WCC Coach of the Year, has led the Gaels to the best stretch of seasons in school history and owns the program's top marks for wins-per-season, overall and WCC winning percentage and conference victories. His teams have finished among the top half in the league standings in six of the last seven years.

Adam Cooper enters his 12th season as head coach for the Gaels in 2017 and is the most successful coach in program history. He is a 2-time WCC Coach of the Year, has led the Gaels to the best stretch of seasons in school history and owns the program's top marks for wins-per-season, overall and WCC winning percentage and conference victories. His teams have finished among the top half in the league standings in six of the last seven years.

DANA TAYLOR
CSU STANISLAUS

   
  
 
  
    
  
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     Dana Taylor  started a new era of men’s soccer at Cal State Stanislaus when took over the helm of the program for his first season in 2009. Taylor, who is 57-39-18 in his six seasons, is the only winning coach in the history of the program and has a 60 percent winning percentage. In just six short years at Cal State Stanislaus, Taylor has elevated the program to elite status. 

Dana Taylor started a new era of men’s soccer at Cal State Stanislaus when took over the helm of the program for his first season in 2009. Taylor, who is 57-39-18 in his six seasons, is the only winning coach in the history of the program and has a 60 percent winning percentage. In just six short years at Cal State Stanislaus, Taylor has elevated the program to elite status. 

EDDIE SOTO
USF

  Eddie Soto  took over at USF prior to the 2014 season, becoming the fifth head coach in USF men's soccer history. Soto inherited a program that has won six national championships, and produced 48 All-Americans. Soto's 2016 season was highlighted by a 2-1 upset over eventual national champion and then No. 12 Stanford. It marked the third top-25 opponent the Dons have defeated under Soto's tenure. 

Eddie Soto took over at USF prior to the 2014 season, becoming the fifth head coach in USF men's soccer history. Soto inherited a program that has won six national championships, and produced 48 All-Americans. Soto's 2016 season was highlighted by a 2-1 upset over eventual national champion and then No. 12 Stanford. It marked the third top-25 opponent the Dons have defeated under Soto's tenure. 


BRET SIMON
FORMER D1 COACH

  Bret Simon  is the former head men's soccer coach at Stanford University. He held the position for eight seasons and posted a 68–63–2 record. He guided the Cardinal to two Final Four appearances, as well as a PAC-10 conference title. Prior to Stanford, Simon coached at  Creighton University  where He led the Bluejays to a 96–28–8 record during his tenure. His overall career record stands at 247–132–50.

Bret Simon is the former head men's soccer coach at Stanford University. He held the position for eight seasons and posted a 68–63–2 record. He guided the Cardinal to two Final Four appearances, as well as a PAC-10 conference title. Prior to Stanford, Simon coached at Creighton University where He led the Bluejays to a 96–28–8 record during his tenure. His overall career record stands at 247–132–50.

javier ayala-hil
SFSU UNIV.

 2017 will mark  Javier Ayala-Hil’s  first as head coach at San Francisco State University. Ayala-Hil comes to the Gators after spending the past three seasons on the men’s soccer coaching staff at his alma mater, University of California-Berkeley. During his time at Cal, the Bears went 34-18-5, were ranked as high as No. 15 in the nation and advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament, in 2014.

2017 will mark Javier Ayala-Hil’s first as head coach at San Francisco State University. Ayala-Hil comes to the Gators after spending the past three seasons on the men’s soccer coaching staff at his alma mater, University of California-Berkeley. During his time at Cal, the Bears went 34-18-5, were ranked as high as No. 15 in the nation and advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament, in 2014.

RYAN JORDEN
Univ. of the Pacific

   
  
 
  
    
  
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   Ryan Jorden  will begin his fourth season as Head Coach of the Pacific Men's Soccer program in 2017. The 2016 season was one for the record books as the Tigers put together a 13-4-2 record and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Under Jorden's tutelage, Pacific ranked second in the WCC in points (89) and goals (32), and were third in goals allowed with just 19. Eight Tigers earned All-WCC postseason plaudits in addition to Jorden's Co-Coach of the Year honors.

Ryan Jorden will begin his fourth season as Head Coach of the Pacific Men's Soccer program in 2017. The 2016 season was one for the record books as the Tigers put together a 13-4-2 record and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Under Jorden's tutelage, Pacific ranked second in the WCC in points (89) and goals (32), and were third in goals allowed with just 19. Eight Tigers earned All-WCC postseason plaudits in addition to Jorden's Co-Coach of the Year honors.

SIMON TOBIN
SJSU UNIV.

  Simon Tobin , who coached teams at CSU Bakersfield to a NCAA Division II championship and seven conference titles, accepted the San Jose State University men's soccer head coaching position in June 2014. Tobin brought a 311-200-56 win-loss record over 28 seasons in men's soccer into 2015. His 1997 Roadrunners won the NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Championship as part of eight NCAA Division I and II championship appearances.

Simon Tobin, who coached teams at CSU Bakersfield to a NCAA Division II championship and seven conference titles, accepted the San Jose State University men's soccer head coaching position in June 2014. Tobin brought a 311-200-56 win-loss record over 28 seasons in men's soccer into 2015. His 1997 Roadrunners won the NCAA Division II Men's Soccer Championship as part of eight NCAA Division I and II championship appearances.


MIKE KELLER
ACADEMY OF ARTS

  Mike Keller  begins his fifth season as Academy of Art University head men's soccer coach in 2017. Under Keller's watch, the Urban Knights have enjoyed their two most winningest seasons (2013, 2014) in program history. Seven players have been named all-Pacific West Conference and 14 different players have earned a total of 22 Academic All-PacWest and Division II Athletics Directors Association Academic Achievement awards.

Mike Keller begins his fifth season as Academy of Art University head men's soccer coach in 2017. Under Keller's watch, the Urban Knights have enjoyed their two most winningest seasons (2013, 2014) in program history. Seven players have been named all-Pacific West Conference and 14 different players have earned a total of 22 Academic All-PacWest and Division II Athletics Directors Association Academic Achievement awards.