Tim Pierce
Tim Pierce
Title: Head Coach
Phone: (310) 434-8193
Email: pierce_timothy@smc.edu

 

Current Coaching Positions:

Santa Monica College                                                                            

  • Head Coach Men’s Soccer and Kinesiology Instructor (2012-Present)
  • Overall Record 64-35-28
  • 2017 Western State Conference Coach of the Year
  • Southern Regional Playoffs 2015 and 2017
  • Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer (2004-2014)

LA Breakers FC    

  • Boys Director of Coaching (2018-Present)
  • 2009 U18 National Cup Semi-finalists
  • Several Tournament and League Championships

 

Former Coaching Positions:

Harvard-Westlake High School                                                          

  • Assistant Coach Girl’s Varsity Soccer
  • Mission League Champions 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2016
  • State Champions 2009 and CIF Champions 2010     

Santa Margarita Catholic High School                              

  • Assistant Coach Boy’s Varsity Soccer
  • League Champions 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2008
  • CIF SS Division 1 Champions 2006, 2007, and 2008
  • Southern California State Champions 2008

 

Playing Background:

Santa Margarita Catholic High School

  • 1997- CIF Champions, 1st team All-CIF
  • 1998- CIF Champions, CIF Player of the Year 

Pateadores Soccer Club

  • 1998 CSL Premier League and CYSA South National Cup Champions

 UCLA Soccer

  • 1999- NCAA Final Four, Pac-10 Champions, and Most Improved Player
  • 2001- 1st team All Pac-10, USF Tournament MVP, 3rdteam All Far West Region, two-time Pac-10 Player of the Week, and team Offensive MVP
  • 2002- NCAA Division 1 National Champions, Pac-10 Champions, 1st team All-American, 1stteam All Pac-10, 1stteam All- Far West Region, two-time Pac-10 Player of the Week, and Offensive MVP

El Paso Patriots Professional Soccer Club   

  • 2003- Made 19 appearances

 

Education/Licenses:

University of California Los Angeles   BA in Sociology with a minor in Public Policy

Kansas Wesleyan University MBA in Progress

USSF E Coaching License

 

What should a prospective player know before coming to SMC to play:  

“Soccer players who are interested in SMC need to be technically sound and have a tactical understanding of the sport of soccer.  If they have that then I need to figure out if they want to be more than just soccer players and potentially become student-athletes on the men's soccer team. This means representing the school, the Athletic Department, and the Soccer program with class, hard work, and character at all times.  We are building individuals who carry out these values on the field, in the classroom, as well as in the community.”