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“Joey has been with our program as a volunteer coach since 2012 when I transitioned from assistant coach to head coach,” said Head Coach Michelle Myers. “He was someone that I trusted would always give me good advice and support. His role was limited due to his other job’s responsibilities. I am extremely thankful that he is now able to assume a full time coaching position with us. The players are very familiar with Joey and are also happy to see his role on our staff increase.”
Hoffman has decades of experience in the Southern California coaching scene on the youth, club, Olympic development, high school, and collegiate levels. Hoffman has been active in the Southern California club coaching ranks for 20+ years, along with many years of work in the Olympic Development Program.
Hoffman has also worked in the college ranks, serving as an assistant coach at Ventura College from 1998-2010. Since joining the Lions in 2012, LMU has compiled a winning record of 47-43-9 and made a Sweet 16 run in 2015.
Hoffman has been active in the Southern California club coaching ranks for 20+ years, along with many years of work in the Olympic Development Program.
He currently serves as the Fram Girls U11 and U14 Head Coach while also serving as a US Soccer Women's Youth National Team Scout U14-U17 from 2011-2014.
Hoffman has also worked in the college ranks, serving as an assistant coach at Ventura College from 1998-2010.
“Joey has an incredible knowledge of the game and is a life-long learner,” said Myers. “His network of coaching and industry connections is tremendous. He grew up around the game and has coached at just about every level.”
Hoffman will be assisting in all aspects of the program especially team training, player development and recruiting.
“One of Joey’s biggest strengths is his enthusiasm and positive nature,” said Myers. “He connects well with everyone he comes in contact with and has a great sense of humor. As a head coach, I am always looking to surround our program with good people who have great character and will always put the team’s interest first. Joey fits that description to a T.”
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