Luis Quezada

Director of Coaching

In addition to being the Breakers DOC, Luis is currently the Director of Coaching West Marin Youth Soccer League.  Luis holds a USSF "A" license, NSCAA National Diploma and is a CYSA licensed Staff Coaching Instructor. 

Formerly, head coach of the North Bay Wave of the Women's Premier Soccer League, head coach of 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, head coach U14-16 ODP teams CYSA District V, and former varsity coach Drake and San Rafael High Schools. Luis was also a director of camps and clinics with master coaches of Tahuichi's Legendary Soccer Academy of Bolivia. 

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.

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Tom Ryan

Tom has been coaching and working in Marin for the past 40 years. He began his teaching career at St. Hilary’s in Tiburon and is currently the Athletic Director at Branson high school. Tom was the head boy’s coach at Redwood from 1985-89 before taking the Athletic director position at Branson. Tom coached the girls and boy’s soccer teams at Branson from 1989-2015. In the time at Redwood & Branson Tom’s teams accumulated 33 league and sectional championships. Many of Tom’s former players have gone onto the collegiate or professional ranks.

Tom has a USSF B license and was inducted into the Marin Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame in 2009. In 2010 Tom received the Double-Goal coaches award from the positive coaching alliance.

“Its been amazing to have had the opportunity to work with so many incredible young people over the years. To watch them learn and grow into incredible adults has been so rewarding”.

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Dave McPherson

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 USSF C license as well as a “National Diploma” from the NSCAA. Coach David been with the Breakers since 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.


Aslinn Rodas

We're happy to welcome Aslinn to our team.  He has extensive professional playing experience including the Guatemalan National Team, Xelaju MC Guatemala and Sanarate FC Guatemala.  As a trainer he worked with Xelaju Mario Canposeco and other youth clubs throughout the US and Guatemala.  Aslinn and his family live in San Rafael.  He's excited to begin training and share his wealth of knowledge with the Ross Valley Breakers FC!


Jocelyn Leche

Jocelyn has played soccer since the age of 5.  Her soccer career is filled with endless successes - Bay Shore Athletic League MVP honors as a junior and senior at Salesian High in Richmond, Calif... Received Contra Costa Times second team honors as a junior and senior... Registered 28 goals and 18 assists in her junior season.  She then played for USC Trojan's Women's soccer as a starting defender ranking No. 9 in the Pac-10 for total assists and No. 4 for assists per game.  Jocelyn ranks 10th all-time at USC for career assists.  Jocelyn then played for the semi-pro women's team, North Bay Wave where she helped to place them at sixth in the nation.   Jocelyn is a returning Breakers trainer and we are thrilled to have her back!

Julian Garcia

Julián García

Julián García is originally from Argentina where he played professional soccer for Club Atlético Tucumán (first division Argentine Football League) for five years as a mid-defender. After a traumatic knee injury he was forced to stop playing professionally. However Julián continues his love for soccer through coaching. Julián has now been coaching soccer for adults and children of all ages for 11 years. He enjoys teaching and sharing his passion for soccer with others. Julián likes his teams to understand the game, have possession of the ball and have fun on the field.

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Celina De Leon

Celina started playing soccer when she was a young child and continued playing competitively through college. She was active in the olympic development program as a teenager and was an MVP on numerous occasions in high school. She went on to receive an athletic scholarship to play on the Stanford women's soccer team where she was midfielder and a defender. She's now a mom of three and has been coaching youth soccer for the past 9 years.

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Craig Wilkinson

Craig has been coaching for the Breakers since 2017, working with our GU10s, GU11s and BU11s.  Prior to joining the Breakers, Craig coached for the Lamorinda FC in Moraga with the U9 and U10 girls and boys teams.  Craig began his competitive soccer career at 10 years old and never looked back.  After graduating from college, Craig moved to the Bay Area where he played for the San Francisco City FC men's premier division. Aside from coaching for Breakers, Craig and his wife have two kids and live in Sebastopol. He is also a licensed referee with more than 10 years of experience. His favorite teams are Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund. 

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Felipe Galindo

Felipe is a competitive, dedicated and passionate soccer player and coach. He played semi-professional futsal and soccer for 5 years in Colombia as well as competitive club soccer for 3 years. Felipe fell in love and started playing the game at a young age.  He's been sharing his passion for soccer as a coach for 5+ years coaching kids of all ages.  Felipe is excited to coach this season again for the Ross Valley Breakers!

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Peter Serchia

Peter Serchia is a Marin County native who has been working with local youth soccer programs for more than 30 years. In addition to formerly coaching for West Marin Youth Soccer League/Ross Valley Breakers, Peter coached the JV girls at Archie Williams, JV boys at Novato High and is currently the varsity coach at Novato High. Peter also coached for North Marin United for the past five years. We are thrilled to have him back on board!

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Alan Gulick

Alan played soccer for Santa Rosa United, Maria Carrillo High School, and Sonoma State. He enjoys playing center mid-field, and still plays co-ed indoor soccer with family and friends. He first started coaching soccer at Maria Carrillo High School in 2003. He was part of the coaching staff when the MCHS Girls team made it to #1 in the nation. He has his CYSA National “D” License. He also has coached two ODP District V teams. He has been coaching for the Breakers FC since 2018. He has his B.S. in Kinesiology with emphasis on Physical Education. Along side soccer he has coached High School Badminton, and elite level table tennis for over 15 years. 

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Svilen Dyakovski

Svilen grew up and learned the game in Rousse, Bulgaria. He played for sometimes for 5-6 hours a day. At the age of 11 he joined the youth academy of Locomotiv Rousse and by 17 reached the men's team in Second Bulgarian Professional Division.
Has always enjoyed playing in central midfield as a playmaker and as a holding midfielder. Svilen continued to play even after relocating to United States in 1998.
Svilen has CYSA "D" license. He started coaching in 2003 as a Junior Varsity Boys coach at Campolindo HS, Moraga California.
In 2004 he joined Lamorinda FC where for the next 5 years he coached the U13-U16 Boys teams.
He instills the love for the game by focusing on joy and fun with the ball, combined with steady improvement of ball possession and understanding of tactics.
One of the proudest days of his life was in February 2011 when Campolindo Varsity Boys defeated Acalanes and won the NCS Championship. On the field the majority of the players on both teams had been "his" players in the years prior. Some among them continued playing in college, became All-American and play professionally.
Svilen is a software engineer, lives in San Anselmo and has 2 daughters.