Brad Williams is Southwestern Oregon Community College’s Head Men’s Soccer Coach and Recruitment Specialist.

Brad played at NCAA Division I Saint Francis University (PA) where he was a starting goalkeeper and set program records for single-season shutouts (8) and career shutouts (17).  He also holds records for Goals Against Average (.76) and Save percentage (.795).  At SFU, he helped make program history reaching the NEC Championship match for the first time in 2006 and again in 2007.

After playing, Brad worked as an assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s programs at NCAA Division II CSU Chico and NCAA Division I CSU Bakersfield. From 2011-2013 Brad was the Head Coach of Napa Valley College’s women’s soccer program. In 2011 NVC was undefeated conference play, reaching the CCCAA playoffs in the inaugural women’s soccer season. In 2013 he joined the Feather River College soccer program where he took the lead coaching role of the men’s team.  FRC reached the Elite 8 in the 2015 playoffs and the team was selected for the CCCAA Scholar-Athlete award for academic and athletic excellence.  In 2016, he guided the team to an undefeated season of 16-0-4, winning the Golden Valley Conference and remaining unbeaten until eventually losing in double overtime in the Elite 8 round of the playoffs.

In 2005 Brad earned his H.N.D. in Coach Education and Sport Performance from the University of Bath (England). Brad graduated with a B.S. in Marketing in 2008.  He holds his NSCAA Premier Diploma and has been a coaching instructor for the NSCAA.