Jesuit High School boys soccer coach Paul Rose was named the 2010 High School Coach of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. It's the third such national award for Rose, more than any other coach in NSCAA history.
Rose, in his 32nd season, led Jesuit to its second consecutive (ninth overall) Sac-Joaquin Section Division I championship last fall.
The Marauders, 31-0-0 overall last fall, finished No. 2 nationally in the NSCAA/Adidas fall boys soccer rankings.
Rose, with an overall record of 632-93-95, has compiled more wins than any other high school boys soccer coach in California.
"This is a well-deserved honor for Coach Rose...," said Chris Fahey, Jesuit's director of athletics in a press release. "Paul has been instrumental in developing life skills that benefit his players well beyond their high school years."
Three of Rose's senior leaders from the fall - Andrew Mills (Princeton), Cameron Iwasa (UC Irvine) and Matt Wiesenfarth (UC Davis) - have signed to play in college.