Patrick Seymour enters his third season as Long Beach State's goalkeepers coach.
Seymour came to the Beach after working with the UCLA men's soccer team from 2009-13. During his five years, the Bruins advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight four times and to the College Cup in 2011. He coached both Brian Perk and Brian Rowe to All-American seasons in 2009 and 2011, respectively. Rowe is now the starting keeper for the LA Galaxy. In addition, Seymour mentored Earl Edwards, who earned All-America recognition in 2013.
Seymour was the head goalkeeper coach for the Cal-South ODP program from 2002-11, and was a member of the goalkeeping staff for the Region IV ODP program where he trained and helped develop over a dozen youth national and regional team members. He also won three national titles with his teams.
Seymour has had a strong presence on the club scene as well, working with Beach FC, Santa Clarita United, Santa Monica United and the Westside Breakers. He also coached the soccer team and serves as an associate professor in the kinesiology department at Santa Monica College.
Seymour played at Chico State from 1997-99 and graduated in 2000 with a bachelor's degree in political science. He went on to earn his master's degree in exercise science.
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