Joe Liwosz, 2012 PCC graduate, grew up playing many sports but always had a special passion for playing soccer. In high school, he coached youth teams for 3 years and was even asked to play for the US youth national team.
At PCC, he majored in business management with a math minor, while completing most of the requirements for a PE minor. He played collegian soccer for four years, player coached for three of those years, and went to the collegian championship at the Turkey Bowl all four years.
In 2016, Coach Liwosz served as the assistant coach for the Eagles soccer team under Coach Johnson. The team finished the season 11–9 and made it to the regional semifinals. In 2017, he became the Eagles head coach. His goal is to develop his team of Christian athletes into, not only a successful soccer team, but also productive, influential leaders in their churches and careers
Pensacola Christian College ('09-'12)
Bachelor of Science in Business Management ('12)
2016-2017 - Pensacola Christian College - Assistant Men's Soccer Coach
2017-Current - Pensacola Christian College - Head Men's Soccer Coach
2017 - NCCAA DII South Region Coach of the Year
2017 - NCCAA DII National Coach of the Year
2017 - United Soccer Coaches NCCAA Staff of the Year.
15-6 Overall, 6-0 Conference
2017 Season —15-6 Overall, 6-0 Conference
No. 1 Seed. Beat #4 seed Johnson University of Florida 14-0. Beat #2 seed Trinity Baptist College 1-1 PK (5-3) in the NCCAA South Region Championship. Advanced to NCCAA National Tournament.
No. 3 Seed. Beat #2 seed Kentucky Christian University 3-2. Beat #6 seed Providence University College 2-1. Beat #6 seed Trinity Baptist College 1-0 in the NCCAA National Championship game. First National Championship in Eagles Soccer history.