Mike Oseguera has a 12-year tenure helping young players mature and flourish at the academy and youth levels, which also includes player development to dominance at the professional and collegiate level. He has coached several club teams and has also served as club goalkeeper coach for several programs. Mike earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Berkeley in 2006 when he also played on the Pac 10Championship team. Following college, he played professionally for the California Cougars of Major Indoor Soccer League before focusing on coaching full time.
Under his coaching direction, several of his students accumulated prominent records, awards and accolades for excellence in goalkeeping—many of which are listed with his bio on the Loyola Marymount University website found here. Mike currently also serves as an Assistant Coach and Goalkeeper Coach for the men’s program at Loyola Marymount University, a NCAA Division 1 program.
Jessica’s passion and determination served her and teammates well while playing for UC Riverside where she accumulated historical school rankings of third for lowest goals against average in program history, and second in minutes played, wins, and shutouts. She used this amazing experience to fuel an impactful and influential coaching career developing young goalkeeping superstars within club and collegiate level soccer teams. She also has attained invaluable experience working within the Olympic Development Program, which she applies to her current coaching protocols. Jessica currently also serves as an Assistant Coach and Goalkeeper Coach for the women’s program at Loyola Marymount University.