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Coach Bradley enters his second season with the Mustang’s this fall. In 2014, Bradley led the team to its first winning season in over ten years with a record of 9-8-4. Heading into the final match of the season, the Mustang’s had a chance to win the league, but narrowly fell short. Before joining the Delta College soccer program, Josh Bradley, 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.
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 to Australia where he continued his soccer playing journey, while studying and teaching at the University of New South Wales, earning his Master’s Degree in Marine Science.
While mentoring students both academically and athletically, Bradley coached Benicia High School 2006-2012, winning 6 straight league championships in 7 years, 5 final Northern California State Championship appearances in 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.
Assistant Coach , Brandon Masai (2015)
Brandon Masai joined the Delta coaching staff in 2015. In 2014, Masai became an Adjunct Associate Professor in Delta’s H.S.S.E.K.A. department, where he teaches Kinesiology and Health Education classes.
Prior to joining Delta’s family, at California State University, Chico, he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology (2009), California teaching credential in Physical Education (2010), and Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Exercise Psychology (2012). During his tenure at Chico, he was a member of the Chico State collegiate club soccer team for four years. After his years playing he went on to coach the men’s club soccer team for one year and women’s club team for 3 years, having winning seasons each of those years. After completing his coursework Brandon was hired as an instructor in Chico State’s Kinesiology department and taught various lecture and activity classes.
Moving to his hometown, Stockton, CA in 2013 Brandon coached the University of Pacific’s women’s club soccer team and the Boy’s Junior Varsity soccer team at Tokay High School, his alma mater in Lodi, CA.
Brandon’s passion is to help young athletes reach their academic and athletic potential and strives to move student-athletes to the next level of their professional lives. In his spare time he also facilitates sport psychology consulting and workshops for individual athletes and groups.
Assistant Coach Javier Martinez (2nd Season)
Goal Keeper Coach Frank Ramirez (6th Season)
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