Juan Lamadrid has completed seven seasons as the Trinity men’s and women’s soccer goalkeepers coach.
Coach Lamadrid joined the Trinity coaching staff in 2010, bringing with him a wealth of soccer coaching and playing experience. During his tenure, the Tiger teams have consistently produced some of the best defenses in the NCAA Division III.
He is also the goalkeepers coach of San Antonio FC, of the professional United Soccer League. Coach Lamadrid previously served as the goalkeepers coach of the former San Antonio Scorpions of the North American Soccer League (NASL). The Scorpions captured the 2014 NASL Championship.
Coach Lamadrid began his professional soccer career at age 17, playing Third Division with Soles de Hermosillo, Mexico. He played for six seasons in the Second Division with Coras del Tepic, Zacatepec, and Tampico Madero. In 1993, Coach Lamadrid moved up to the First Division and was a member of the Chivas Rayadas de Guadalajara for two seasons.
After finishing his playing career in 1996, Coach Lamadrid coached club and high school soccer in California. He was an assistant coach for Los Angeles Valley College, before moving on to CD Chivas USA San Bernardino Academy in 2006. Coach Lamadrid claims five international championships, as well as finishing second in the 2008 Copa Chivas International in Guadalajara.
Coach Lamadrid has scouted for USA Youth National Teams with the United States Soccer Federation, and has worked training camps with Boca Juniors USA.
He founded the Valley Youth Soccer Academy in Sun Valley, California. The academy trains and sends players to numerous professional teams, including Chivas Guadalajara, Tijuana FC, Pachuca, and Chivas USA Youth Development. The academy also prepares players for collegiate soccer.