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Pat Rossi
Pat  Rossi

Assistant Coach

Rossi begins his first season as an assistant coach after serving the past two seasons at nearby Cerritos Junior College as an assistant, twice for the men's team and in 2006 for the women's team. In 2006 the Lady Falcons went 22-2-0, advancing to the state tournament as they produced the program's first ever All-American, Rebecca Jaurez. Juarez was also named the conference's player of the year. The men won the 2006 state title behind a 20-3-5 record, defeating Taft College for the State Title, 1-0. He coached two All-Americans as the Falcons were unbeaten over their final 15 games (13-0-2). Cerritos went 12-8-5 in 2005, finishing third in the conference.

Prior to Cerritos, Rossi was with the Los Alamitos High School soccer program from 2002 to 2007, coaching two years with the junior varsity program (2002-03) before being promoted to the varsity coach (2004-07). Over his four-year varsity coaching career he went 70-18-13 (.757), winning three Sunset League titles (2004-05, 2006) and one CIF title (2005). That 2005 title team, with current 49ers Hayley Bolt and Julie Megorden, were also ranked No. 1 nationally by Student Sports Magazine, going 22-2-5. His 2006 team went 17-5-3 finishing second in league play, while his 2007 team was 16-8-4. The 2004 team was 15-3-1. He also has coached the Cypress Futbol Club, coaching the U19 boys and U16 and U12 girls.

Rossi played two years in Argentina for the Atlanta team in Buenos Aires and three years in Mexico with Real Hidalgo in Pachua.

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