Head Coach, Men’s Soccer
Coach Fridborg has a B.S. in Secondary Education, and he has been coaching and teaching for nineteen years. In high school, he competed in soccer, baseball, and golf, then he continued to compete in soccer in college. He was named to the Third Team College All-American and the First Team All Pacific Northwest. Coach Fridborg has twice been named Coach of the Year.
Coach Fridborg is married to Alison, and they have two children: Adalyn, age eleven; and Analeigh, age eight. He views Jesus as his mentor and finds inspiration from the quotation: “There is no I in team.”
Head Coach, Women’s Soccer
Coach Perry has a B.S. in Science Education (Physics), and he has been teaching and coaching for twenty-five years. In high school, he competed in football, soccer, and swim and dive.
Assistant Coach, Men’s Varsity Soccer
Coach Watson has a B.S. in Mathematics Education and a M.Ed. in Mathematics Education, and he has been teaching for ten years and coaching for eight. In high school, he played soccer and competed in track, then went on to play soccer and table tennis in college.
Coach Watson is married to Ashley, and they have two daughters, Elodie and Margot, and one son, Tobias. Coach Watson views Coach Fridborg as his mentor, and he finds inspiration from the quotation: “It’s not about what you know. It’s about what you do when you don’t know!”
Assistant Coach, Women’s Soccer
Coach Ellwood has a B.A. in Pre-Medicine, a B.S. in Education, a M.Ed. in Science Education, and an Ed.S. in Curriculum and Instruction, and he has been teaching for sixteen years and coaching for seven. In high school, Coach Ellwood competed in water polo, soccer, swimming, and track, before competing in rugby in college. He was named a Scholar Athlete, and received awards for the President’s Council on Fitness and TOM.
Coach Ellwood has three sons: Chase, age twenty; Kaden, age six; and Lucas, age three. He views Bill Perry and Dr. Debbie Phelps as his mentors, and he finds inspiration from the quotation: “It never gets easier, you just get better.”
Assistant Coach, Men’s Soccer