Men's Soccer Coaches
|YEAR AT FGCU:||1st Season|
|ALMA MATER:||Stanford '00|
Chris Gores is in his first season as an assistant coach for FGCU in 2013-14.
Before joining the Eagles, Gores spent three seasons as an assistant coach for the Harvard men’s soccer team, where he focused heavily on recruiting, and helped coach the team to numerous upsets against nationally ranked opponents.
Prior to beginning his coaching career, Gores spent eight years playing professionally for five different teams in the United Soccer League. Additionally, Gores served as captain of the Puerto Rico Men’s National Team, competing in both the 2010 World Cup qualifiers and the 2005 Digicel Cup.
Gores played collegiately at Stanford, where he led the nation in scoring defense and helped the Cardinal finish second in the NCAA Tournament during the 1998 season. He graduated in 2000 with a degree in international relations.
In 2011 Gores received the FIFA recognized United States Soccer Federation National ‘A’ License.
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