Head Coach: Brett Williams
Brett Williams comes to Cuyamaca with a BA in Exercise Science from California State
University, Chico. He is currently an Adaptive Physical
Education Teacher for grades K-8 in Lakeside, California.
While at Chico State, Brett was a part of the Men's Soccer
program for all four years. In his Senior year, he was
able to compete in the NCAA Division II National Championship
game and is the sixth all-time leading assist leader for the
Wildcats. After his college career, Brett has continued
to play professional soccer for the Chico Rooks and San Diego
Fusion in the Nation Premier Soccer League (NPSL) winning a
National Championship in 2007. This will be his fourth year as
- Pacific Coast Conference Coach
of the Year 2008
- Pacific Coast Champs 2008
Assistant Coach: Evan
is currently obtaining a degree from Cuyamaca college and is a
constant participant within the soccer community of san Diego.
While attending Cuyamaca, Evan was a part of the Men's soccer
program from 2006-2008. In his final season, Evan co-captained
his team to a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championship.
After playing for Cuyamaca, Evan has continued to play
recreationally while focusing on his education and coaching
education. This will be Evan's 3ed season as assistant coach.
Assistant Coach: Kyle Hewitt
Kyle joins the Cuyamaca staff
this year. He comes to Cuyamaca with a BA in Exercise Science from
California State University, Los Angeles. He is currently working on
his MA in Education from the University of Phoenix. While at CSULA,
NCAA II, he competed for the Golden Eagles men's soccer team in the
CCAA conference. He was the programs first ever Freshman of the year
for the CCAA conference and made the CCAA second team as a
captaining senior. He helped contribute to a nationally top 25
ranking every year. Kyle was born and raised in the San Diego area
and played club soccer for Hotspurs, now called SD United, and San
Diego Surf. He currently holds his level "D" coaches license and
coaches for SD United and Monte Vista High School.