Coach Olivas enters his seventh year as Head Men's Soccer Coach at La Sierra University in Riverside, California after serving a year as Associate Head Coach for the Golden Eagles. Prior to coming to La Sierra he served as the assistant Men's and Women's soccer coach for three years at his alma-mater, University of the Southwest (Hobbs NM). Olivas helped lead the Mustangs to three straight Conference tournaments, and the women's program to the national tournament (2006). Coach Olivas is a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and is licensed through the United States Soccer Federation.
Jesse Olivas graduated with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Human Development from the University of the Southwest. He currently is a candidate for a Masters in Mental Health Counseling.
As a player he Captained the Mustangs to their first playoff appearance in school history, he also received a number of awards including Red River All-Conference and Honorable mention All-American.
David Trevino enters his first season with the Golden Eagles women’s soccer program. He recently completed his seventh season with the Golden Eagles men’s soccer program (six as an assistant coach and one as an associate head coach) at La Sierra University. He assisted the Golden Eagles in reaching the Association of Independent Institutions semifinal (2011), a California Pacific Conference Final (2013) and a Top 25 national ranking.
Trevino also served two seasons as the head coach of the newly formed Pro NPSL team, Deportivo Coras USA, an affiliated franchise with a professional team in Mexico. In 2014, he led them to a SCP U23 league and state championship, earning them qualification to the US Open Cup. He was also involved in leading the reserves to a USL Super 20 Southwest Regional Championship. In his last season, they reached 2nd place in the NPSL Southwest Regional Conference, NPSL Playoffs, and the regional quarterfinals. In this same season, Trevino led them to a West Region ranking of #2; Southwest ranking of #1, and big International wins over Club America U20s and Xolos Tijuana Reserves of Mexico.
Since 2010, David has also been coaching the boy’s varsity soccer team at Norte Vista High School, having qualified for the playoffs every year. From 2014-2016 he led them to three consecutive league championships in the RVL and to the CIF quarterfinals in 2014.
In 2010, Trevino joined the BYSC Corona United coaching staff. At the youth club level, he has coached most age groups ranging from U8-U19 on the both boys and girls side.
Trevino joined the coaching staff after playing his collegiate career at La Sierra University, where he was a 4-year starter and team captain. After his college career, he played for the Los Angeles Bolts of the PASL along with a number of semi-pro teams. This included participation in reaching the PASL national tournament final and the US Open Indoor Cup semifinals.
While attending La Sierra University, David earned a BA in Business Management and is on the verge of completing an MBA in Accounting.
Coach Munoz holds a Masters Degree in Sports Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University. While attending VCU, he was a graduate assistant in the coaching staff of the Rams, who reached the NCAA Tournament that year. In 2003 Munoz started working for the Charleston Battery (2003 A-League Champions), a professional soccer team in South Carolina. He was the team's equipment manager, and also was a stadium & facilities grounds man until 2005.
John Munoz resides in Loma Linda, CA. with his wife Jennifer, son Mario and daughter Sarah. He is currently enrolled in LSU's School of Religion seeking a MA of Divinity.
Coach Trevino enters his 2nd year as an assistant coach with the men's soccer program and his 1st year as an assistant with the women's soccer program at La Sierra University. He assisted the Golden Eagles to its 2nd best team record in 2015 while assisting in the return of the women's program this year.
Trevino served two years (2014-16) as an assistant coach with Riverside Coras Pro of the now National Premier Soccer League, an affiliated franchise to Professional Club Coras Tepic of Mexico. Achievements include; 2014 US Open cup invitees, 2014 League and State So Cal Premier Titles, 2nd in NPSL Southwest Conference 2015, NPSL playoff berth in first season. Trevino also served as Coach of Coras' USL-S20's & Reserve Team (UPSL). Accomplishments include; 2014 USL S20 Regional Conference Title and National tournament berth in first season reaching a highest ranking of 3rd.
Since 2013 Carlos has been coaching at Norte Vista High School (Riverside, Calif.). He served as an assistant coach to the boy's varsity program and head coach of boy's junior varsity teaml. This year (2016-17) Norte Vista won its 4th consecutive RVL League title, sealing a berth in the CIF playoffs each year and a move from DIII to DII this season.
At the club level Trevino's experience goes back to 2013, with Riverside Milan, before officially joining BYSC Corona United's staff last year. Age groups include (boys & girls); U8's, U11's, U12's, GU14-17.
Carlos is a 4-year alum of the men's soccer club program (three years as captain) playing for a number of clubs prior including Pachuca Academy, Corona United, etc. While attending La Sierra University he earned his BA in Business Management and is on the verge of completing his MBA in Marketing.