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Men's Soccer (HS)

Head Coach
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Name: Brian Espinoza
Brian Espinoza has served as the Head Soccer Coach for both Thomas Jefferson Men's and Women's programs for over 20 years. Coach Espinoza brings a wealth of professional playing and college coaching experience to both TJCA soccer programs. Espinoza oversees all aspects of the soccer programs at TJCA, leading them to conference championship, regional championship, and state championship appearances.
Assistant Coaches
General Information
  • Joe Wantuch
  • Andrew Gillespie
  • Preston Walker
The TJCA Soccer program is known around the state of North Carolina. From girls state championship appearances to a boys regional final and four conference championships. The TJCA Soccer program focuses not only on the player and team development but also on academic achievements, character development, and family involvement. Our players' accolades range from all-conference, all-region, and all-state. Some TJCA Soccer players have even gone on to play at the college level. The goal of Coach Espinoza as a coach is to make sure he makes the high school experience for my players the best time in their lives, from academic success to championship teams.
Coach Espinoza's Background
  • Southern Piedmont Conference: Co-Champions 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2018
  • Southern Piedmont Conference: Coach of the Year 2018 Girls and Regional Finalist 2013 Boys
  • Western Highlands Conference: Coach of the Year, Girls and Boys 2010
  • North Carolina Regional 10: Coach of the year 2012 & 2013 Boys, Regional Champions and NC State Finalist 2012 Girls
  • Gardner-Webb University: Assistant Coach 2 years Men
  • Rutherford Rumble Soccer Club: 16 years
  • GCCSA: U-12 Academy Coach 2016-2018
  • Soccer Camps: Duke University 16 years, Gardner-Webb University 2 years, College of Charleston 1 year

  • High School: St. Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago
  • Club: Malta Carib Alcons, Trinidad & Tobago
  • National Team: Under 23 Team, Trinidad & Tobago
  • International Games: Jamaica, Cayman Island, Barbados, and Canada U-23