Pensacola Christian College

PCC Athletics
250 Brent Ln Pensacola, FL 32503
NCCAA Florida Southeast
Private Small National competitor


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Joseph Liwosz

Coach Liwosz said, “We use the different trials and struggles we go through to make us stronger individuals and as a team”… he linked this quote with the words from Isaiah 40:31. Which says, “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

Growing up in Bay Village, OH, Joseph Liwosz played soccer through high school and had the opportunity to play for Judson University in Chicago, IL but followed the Lord’s leading to attend Pensacola Christian College. Joe graduated with a bachelor's degree in Business Management with a mathematics minor in May of 2012. A few years after completing his bachelor's degree, Liwosz became the PCC assistant soccer coach in the fall of 2016. After less than one year, in February of 2017, Coach Liwosz was presented with the opportunity to become the Eagles soccer head coach for the 2017 season.

After coaching for a few years, Coach Liwosz received 3 diplomas/certificates from the United Soccer Coaches Association as well as 2 U.S. Soccer Federation licenses. Over his 6 years of coaching, Liwosz has made 4 national tournament appearances, has won 2 NCCAA South Region championships, and has won 2 NCCAA National Championships. Beyond his team’s success, Coach Liwosz is a two-time National Coach of the Year. Furthermore, he has coached 41 All-Region players, 17 All-American players, 9 United Soccer Coaches All-Americans, 3 National Players of the Year, 10 Scholar Athletes, and 1 Kyle Rote Jr. award winner.

When asked what led him to return to PCC as a soccer coach Joe said, “I was married between my junior and senior year of college in 2011. Shortly after graduation in 2012, we moved back up to Cleveland, OH with no intention of ever coming back down to Pensacola or Florida… My brother, who was a student at the time, called me after chapel when they made the announcement PCC was looking for a soccer coach. After much prayer and discussion with my wife, I decided that I would send an application in for the head coaching job for the men’s soccer team… God kept pressing our hearts that this was something that he wanted us to do. My wife and I have both been through several difficult life trials and we felt that God wanted us to be a part of this ministry to be a help and influence on the college students… Through everything in that first year of applying, moving down, and starting the job, God showed us that he had a hand in everything that was happening.”

When he is not on the field coaching, Joe is working in the PCC cabinet shop. Whether it’s designing or building, the cabinet shop supplies most of the furniture and many pieces across the PCC campus. Coach Liwosz has been involved in construction for most of his life and enjoys the design, building, and remodeling of houses and spaces in houses. Joe has been married to his wife Diana for 12 years and together they have four children: Alexandra, Jameson, Audiana, and Adelaide.

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Matheus Canada

Assistant Coach–Men's Soccer

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Clint Peterson

Clint Peterson joined the Eagles’ athletic department in Summer of 2023, after graduating from Pensacola Christian College with his Bachelor of Accounting degree in May of the same year.

Clint grew up in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where he was homeschooled and found his love for soccer at a very young age. In 2019, Clint enrolled at Pensacola Christian College to pursue a degree in accounting. During his time as an undergraduate at PCC, Clint played soccer for the college’s intercollegiate team. Clint was a starting defender for the Eagles and received many awards for his outstanding play. He was named NCCAA National Player of the Year in 2022, was four-time NCCAA First Team All-America, two-time NCCAA All-Tournament Team, and more. In his free time, Clint enjoyed participating in intramural sports and other activities around campus.

Clint’s life verse is 1 Corinthians 10:31, which reads “Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.” He clearly incorporated that verse into his attitude and actions on the field as a player and has continued to do so from the sidelines as assistant coach.

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