Kramer Takes Over as MSJC Head Soccer Coach

Adam Kramer has been named the new MSJC women's soccer coach for the upcoming 2018 season and is currently putting his team through Spring work-outs.Kramerheadshot-18.jpg

Kramer has been an assistant for the Lady Eagle the past two seasons helping lead the team to an overall record of 22-17-3 in that time and earning the program's first ever play-off win when they defeated Bakersfield in the first round during the 2016 season.  The past two seasons Kramer has trained the MSJC goal keepers, worked on fundraising, helped track statistics, and has been involved in practice planning.

Kramer has a extensive background in coaching including working with teams on the college, high school, and club levels.  He was responsible for recruiting and transportation along with many other duties at Riverside City College, now operating their team as Norco College beginning in 2005.  Kramer was also working with Temescal Canyon during the same time frame and was named the head coach in 2005.  In his 8 seasons at TCHS the team won a pair of league titles and advanced to the CIF quarter-finals.  Following his stint at TCHS Kramer moved on to Lakeside High School where as a boy's assistant he helped the team to two conference championships and an appearance in both the CIF semi-finals and the CIF Championship match.  In 2016 Kramer was the named the first head coach in program history at Orange Vista High School in Perris.  Since 2009 Kramer has also been involved with various levels of club soccer throughout the Inland Empire.

Adam played soccer at Riverside City College for one season, before transferring on to Cal Baptist University where he was the team's starting goal keeper and a team captain.  Kramer earned his Bachelor's degree from CBU and earned his Master's as well as Teaching Credential from Azusa Pacific University.  Kramer takes over for Jeremiah Marquez who spent two seasons as the Lady Eagles head coach.


Adam Kramer has been named the new MSJC women's soccer coach after spending the past two seasons as an assistant.  Kramer has an extensive background at the college, high school, and club level.