head coach diego souza
Diego Souza enters his first year as women's soccer head coach after working as an assistant coach for the past three seasons. Souza has also been coaching the Exiles Soccer Club from the South Bay since 2008. In addition, Souza has spent the past seven seasons coaching boy's soccer at Chadwick School in Palos Verdes, where he has led four squads to Prep League titles (2009, 2011, 2012, 2013).
Souza played all four years on the varsity team at Torrance High School, where he earned All-league and All-CIF honors. Souza is also the school's all-time leader in goals scored. His playing career continued at Loyola Marymount University, where he played from 2003-07 and earned CoSida All-American recognition.
Following collegiate soccer, Souza played for the Los Angeles Storm of the Premier Development League from 2007-08, before becoming a freestyle soccer specialist with the Red Bull Wingers (2008-09) and Futbol Kings (2010-present).
After helping former head coach Sal Diaz lead the women's soccer team to a school-record eight wins last season, Souza looks to push the program to even greater heights for the upcoming 2014 campaign.