Enters his fifth season as head coach of the WWU Men's Soccer program and overall his 17th associated with WWU Soccer … directed the Vikings to a 35-27-1 record as head coach (.555) … spent previous 12 years as the Vikings assistant coach, eight as the associate head coach.
Led the Vikings to their first NCAA II Tournament appearance and first postseason victory in 2016 with a 10-5-4 record ... named GNAC co-Coach of the Year in 2016 ... WWU finished the season going 5-0-1 over the final 6 games, with a win and tie vs. No. 3 Simon Fraser, to secure the bid to the NCAA II Tournament ... tied for 10th-most wins in program history.
WWU Head Coaching Highlights:
Led WWU to within one win of program’s first NCAA Division II national tournament appearance in 2014 with victories in 7 of its last 10 games…in 2013, his Vikings were 11-4-3, including a season-ending 3-0 win over No. 2 and eventual national semifinalist Simon Fraser…record was the 7th-best in program history and 0.69 goals against average set a WWU record.
Spent the 2011 season with Crossfire Premier, coaching the U20 Super League team to the national tournament…WFC Rangers coach from 2003-2010…attended international coaching workshop with US Soccer in Spain in 2010 and Belgium and The Netherlands in 2016…former high school head coach at alma mater North Kitsap (1999) and Blaine High School (2000-2003)…spent time as a Washington State ODP/EPD head coach in 2006-07 and 2015-16…also a Region IV ODP staff coach in 2012…played professionally with the Tallahassee Scorpions in 1998.
Earned bachelor's degree in 1998 from Seattle Pacific University…played for the Falcons in 1996 and 1997, each season making the NCAA Tournament…graduate of North Kitsap High School in Poulsbo.
Men's Soccer Announces 2017 Schedule
WWU to host two non-conference home games, take trips to Colorado and California during 2017 season
Men's Soccer Adds Prep Standout Jack Sluys
Sluys joins previously-announced group of six incoming freshmen set to join the Vikings for the 2017 season
Men's Soccer 2016 Season Review
Season review from the 2016 WWU men's soccer season
2017 WWU Men's Soccer Recruiting Class
Head coach Greg Brisbon announces signing of six student-athletes set to join the Vikings in 2017
Kyle Segebart Named Men's Soccer Assistant Coach
Segebart joins WWU coaching staff after most recently coaching at University of Dayton
Oscar Jimenez Signs To Play With Louisville City FC
Former Viking men's soccer and player continues professional career
WWU Men's Soccer Open Tryout Set for Jan. 21
The tryout is for current WWU students taking 12 or more credits
Four Vikings Net NSCAA All-West Region Honors
Anthony Dean, Eleazar Galvan, Brady Ulen and Tyler Visten named to All-West Region Third Team
UCSD Tops WWU 2-0 in NCAA Second Round
Second-seeded UC San Diego scores once in each half to oust WWU from the NCAA Tournament
Golden Goal Lifts Vikings Over Dixie State 3-2
Stephen Jinneman nets the game-winning goal in the 98th minute, WWU advances to NCAA Second Round
Vikings to Face Dixie State in NCAA First Round
The No. 6-seeded Vikings face No. 3-seeded Dixie State at noon on Friday
Brisbon, Six Vikings Honored on All-GNAC Teams
Junior Luke Olney named to All-GNAC First Team, three Vikings net All-GNAC Second Team honors
WWU Earns First-Ever Berth to NCAA II Tournament
The Vikings will travel to San Diego to face Dixie State in the first round on Friday at noon
Ulen Named GNAC Defensive Player of the Week
Ulen earns award for second time this season, scoring a goal and helping defense allow only one goal in last two games
Second Half Surge Sends Vikings Past Concordia 5-1
WWU breaks halftime tie with three goals in 11-minute span during second half en route to win