|Title:||Assistant Women's Soccer Coach|
Coach Brian Dorman has played a pivotal role in revitalizing plenty of teams, including here at Citrus. Dorman is a Citrus alum having played for the Owls for one year in 1997 before transferring to NCAA Division II Cal Poly Pomona where he played from 1998-2000.
In the Fall of 2005, Dorman arrived at Citrus as the assistant coach for the women’s squad. Since his arrival, the Owls have gone on to have their most successful stretch in program history, including making the CCCAA post-season in three out of the last four years (2012, 2013, & 2015), and posting winning records in eight of his ten years on the sideline.
While playing at Cal Poly Pomona, Dorman was a member of the only men’s Bronco squad to have qualified for the NCAA Division II post season tournament in 1998. After Dorman graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology, he went on to become an assistant in the Broncos program for both the men’s and women’s squads. While there from 2001-2002 the women qualified for the CCAA championship both years, and also a NCAA tournament berth in 2001.
Once he left Cal Poly, Dorman took over the helm of the San Dimas High School boy’s soccer team. While at San Dimas, he took over a program that had not won a game in over three years, and made them a competitive squad in the area.
Along with his assistant coaching position at Citrus, Dorman, is a physical education teacher at El Roble Intermediate School in Claremont, CA. In his spare time Dorman loves to golf and play anything competitive. Dorman lives in Claremont with his wife Yvette and their three boys Ryan, Dane, and Jake.