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Jeremiah Marquez, Head Coach  jeremiahmarquez-headcoach.jpg
Jeremiah Marquez takes over as head coach of the MSJC women's soccer team for the 2016 season with a wealth of experience as both a player and coach.  Jeremiah played at both Rio Hondo College and Cal State San Bernardino, before moving into the coaching ranks in 2000.  As a youth player Jeremiah was part of three state championship teams with Upland Celtic Soccer Club.  He was also named to the NSCAA All American Team twice and was a member of the U17 National Team.

Coach Marquez was the Head Varsity Boy's coach at Fontana High School for one season, leading his team to a Conference title and an appearance in the CIF Southern Section Division 3 Finals.  For his efforts that season Marquez was named the San Bernardino Sun's Coach of the Year.  Jeremiah also served four seasons as the head varsity boy's coach at Temecula Great Oak HS.  During his time with the Wolfpack, Coach Marquez led his team to a Southwestern League title and guided them to an appearance in the CIF SS Division 3 Quarter-Finals.

Jeremiah earned an AA Degree from Rio Hondo, his Bachelor's Degree from Cal State San Bernardino, and his Masters from Azusa Pacific University. 




Crystal Lopez, Assistant Coachcrystallopez-soccercoach.jpg

Crystal Lopez joins the MSJC women's soccer staff for the 2017 season.  Lopez played high school soccer at Canyon Springs High School in Moreno Valley, before going onto play at the NCAA Division I level at UC-Riverside, where she was a forward for the Highlanders.  Crystal graduated from UCR with a degree in Psychology and is currently taking graduate classes in counseling.  Coach Lopez is also currently the head girls soccer coach at Orange Vista High School in Perris. Lopez currently holds a National US Soccer E License and is also a Grade 8 referee for the Temecula Valley Soccer Referee Association.  Lopez enjoys going to the beach, Knotts Berry Farm, and the San Diego Safari Park in her free time and is a fan of the USA men's and women's National soccer teams.  Crystal hopes to become a high level club coach or possibly a head college coach in the future while becoming a high school or college counselor.



Adam Kramer, Assistant Coach


Coach Adam Kramer took over assistant coaching duties for the MSJC women’s soccer team during the 2016 season. Coach Kramer’s duties include goalkeeper coach, transportation, recruiting, fundraising, practice planning and scouting. coachkramersoccer-17.jpg

Coach Kramer moved to MSJC after 11 seasons as an assistant coach at Norco College where he held similar duties.

Coach Kramer began his coaching career at the high school level in 2001 as an assistant coach for the Temescal Canyon High School girls’ varsity soccer team and took over as the head coach in 2005. During his time there, the school had two league titles and one CIF Quarterfinal appearance. After 8 years with the program at TCHS, Coach Kramer moved to Lakeside High School boys’ varsity program for 7 years as an assistant coach and was an integral part of the program’s best years to date. The program averaged nearly 18 wins per season and had two league championships, a CIF Semi-final appearance and a CIF SS Championship in 2012. In 2016, Coach Kramer moved to Orange Vista High School in Perris, a first year program.  His team finished in second place in league.

In 2009, Coach Kramer entered the ranks of a club soccer coach, starting out as the Director of Goalkeeping for two different clubs and head coach for multiple age groups.

In 2009, Coach Kramer was hired as an assistant coach for the Pali Blues of the USL W-League (The highest level of Women’s professional soccer at the time). He stayed there until 2010. Coach Kramer was placed in charge of the goalkeepers, and was able to work with various Division 1 and U.S. National Team pool players.

Coach Kramer played soccer at the collegiate level at Riverside Community College for one season and finished off his playing days at California Baptist University as the starting goalkeeper and team captain. Coach Kramer graduated with the school’s best G.A.A.  Kramer was the recipient of the first ever N.A.I.A Defensive Player of the week honors in 2007.

Coach Kramer earned a Bachelor’s degree from CBU and earned his Master’s degree and Teaching Credential from Azusa Pacific University.