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Before joining the Delta College soccer program, Josh Bradley, under the guidance of head coach Neil McGuire, was the volunteer Director of Operations for Women's Soccer, at the University of California Berkeley. During that time, Bradley gained invaluable Division One experience in evaluating technical and tactical abilities of players and opposing teams.
Bradley's player experience includes playing all 4 years of collegiate soccer at Humboldt State University. He was awarded 1st team all league by the NCAC in 1994, and later inducted into the Cal State Humboldt Hall of fame in 2004, as a member of the only men’s soccer team to win league for the university. During Bradley’s college career, he also played as an amateur in the United States Interregional Soccer League (USISL) for the Santa Cruz Surf (in the summers of 1992 and 1993). As Bradley’s collegiate career came to a close, he moved to Germany to play professionally. He later moved from Germany to Australia where he continued his soccer playing journey, while studying and teaching at the University of New South Wales, earning his Masters Degree in Marine Science. Bradley was later hired on by the university as an instructor to teach biology, microbiology, and marine biology.
Bradley’s life has been filled with soccer and science since 1995, with professional clubs, universities, and high schools. He has written academic and athletic grants, including a $500,000 California Partnership Academy grant for Benicia High School, which enabled him to develop an environmental science school within a school. While mentoring students academically and athletically, Bradley has coached Benicia High School to 6 straight league championships in 7 years, 5 final Northern California State Championship appearances in the past 6 years, with a record of 125-19-18. Bradley led Benicia High School to a first ever CIF section championship in 2009 and another in 2011. The Solano County Athletic Association awarded Bradley the SCAC Coach of the year in 2009, with a single season record of 24-0-1, and The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) awarded Bradley the California State High School Coach of the Year in 2010. Bradley completed his Premiere Coaching Diploma with the NSCAA in 2010.
With Bradley’s many years of teaching and professional soccer experience, he provides the opportunity for the Delta College Men’s Soccer program to combine the student-athlete with the teacher-coach creating a successful environment.
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