Director of Coaching
Besides being DOC, Luis is currently the Head Coach of the semi-pro team North Bay FC Wave of the Women's Premier League (WPSL), Director of Coaching West Marin Youth Soccer League and Head Coach North Bay Magic, GU19 premier team. Luis holds a USSF "B" license and is a CYSA licensed Staff Coaching Instructor.
Formerly, Head Coach North Bay Magic 2003 GSSL U19 Premier Champions, Head Coach of North Bay Magic U-18, U-14, U-10 Girls Premier Soccer Teams, 1997 MCAL Coach of the year, 1995-1998 Head Coach U14-16 ODP teams CYSA District V. Former varsity coach Drake and San Rafael High Schools. Director of camps and clinics with master coaches of Tahuichi's Legendary Soccer Academy of Bolivia. Tahuichi was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for their work with children.
Luis developed the Central Marin Magic and Mill Valley Red Rockers programs in 1994 to give soccer players in Marin the opportunity to compete at the highest level. From that original program players went on to play for the Mexico National Team, University of Portland, University of North Carolina, UCLA, Cal, University of San Diego, Tufts University, Tulane University and Dominican College. He has continued to help and guide many athletes to achieve the same positive results. Luis has been coaching/training in Marin County since 1987. He has helped shape the soccer landscape in Marin and the North Bay.
In addition, Luis founded the USA/Mexico soccer camps in 1994 offering players from around the world exposure to international soccer. He subsequently developed the Spring, Winter and Summer Soccer Academies in Marin County to help elevate individual skills and to help prepare players for their high school and club seasons.
Philip grew up playing soccer locally in the Bay Area. He played his youth soccer and high school soccer in Newark, California. He continued playing in college for Ohlone College and competed at the highest collegiate level from 1981 to 1983 at the University of San Francisco. Philip brings more than 30 years of coaching experience at the high school and club levels to the Breakers.
Lauren (goes by LB) has played soccer since the age of 8. Her competitive club career was primarily spent with the Camarillo Eagles Soccer Club who she captained her last four years prior to going to college. She played four years on the Chaminade High School Varsity team and captained her junior and senior years. From 2003-2008, she played for the ODP state (Cal South) and regional (Region IV) teams. In 2006 and 2007, she was invited to the US U15 National Camp and the Adidas ESP Camp. She committed to UC Berkeley her junior year in high school and played all four years with the Golden Bears. Along the way she was named All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention in 2011 and a four time conference Academic Honorable Mention. Serving as team captain in her senior 2012 season, she helped lead the Bears to the longest winning streak in program history, as well as a Top 15 national ranking. Lauren’s coaching philosophy, like her playing philosophy, is founded on solid fundamentals, possession style play, individual accountability, and a flare for creativity.
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David grew up in San Diego playing soccer on the youth, club, and high school level, and still plays competitively in San Francisco year round. He went to college at San Francisco State University and has worked in the special education department at Abraham Lincoln High School since 2006. While at Lincoln, David was an assistant coach for the men’s varsity soccer team from 2006-2011 and the head women’s coach from 2009-2011. He holds a “National Diploma” from the NSCAA and has been with the Breakers since its inception in 2011. Raised from a hard working family, David instills a similar work ethic in his players while also focusing on the fundamentals of the game and strong defensive technical and tactical play.
Dylan grew up in Santa Rosa playing soccer with aspirations of one day competing at the highest levels. He played competitively for Santa Rosa United, Santa Rosa High School and later playing for Santa Rosa Community College. He went on to captain the San Francisco State Men's Soccer team in 1994. After a brief stint in the 5th division in Belgium, he returned to the Bay Area and played for the San Francisco Celtics for the SFSFL. His dream of playing at the professional level took him to the third and second division of Swedish soccer where he competed for Karlskrona AIF and Vaxjo BK from 1999-2002. Since then Dylan has over 15 years of coaching experience in Sweden and locally in Santa Rosa
Seamus grew up in Dublin, Ireland where he began his playing career playing for the St Patrick's Semi Pro Team in the League of Ireland from 1982-1984. In 1994 he was invited to be a guest player on the International Soccer Team arranged by FIFA to promote the USA hosting of the 1994 World Cup. He played alongside soccer greats, like Ravelino, Paul Mariner, Charlie Cooke, Brain Quinn, Fernando Clavio and Judy Foudie. Seamus continued to pursue his love for the game and coaching, and while being the Athletic Director at Academy of Art, he initiated the first soccer program for the university which he lead to an 18-2 record in their inaugural season. Since then he has gone on to coach many successful programs, College of the Deserts (2008-2010), Peninsula Youth Soccer Club (2010-2013), Sacred Heart Cathedral, Inland Empire FC of the UPSL league (2013-2015). He was also appointed as the head scout of the Genova International School of Soccer in Northern California from 2012-2015.
Fun Fact: In June of 1989, Seamus was part of a team of players that broke the Guinness World Book record for outdoor 5-A-Side football for 75 hours 30 minutes in Dublin Ireland.