Brandon Porter '09 Adds Oregon Tech's Men's Soccer Team to His Coaching Portfolio
Brandon Porter '09, head women’s soccer coach at the Oregon Institute of Technology since 2015, has accepted the position of head men’s and women’s soccer coach at the university.
Porter is beginning his fifth season with the women’s program. His 2018 squad finished with an overall record of 11-4-3, and an 8-3-1 record in the Cascade Collegiate Conference. He was recognized as the 2018 Cascade Conference Coach of the Year.
Porter came to Oregon Tech in 2015 from Northern Arizona University, where he served as an assistant coach for four seasons. Porter helped an NAU program from going 3-9-7 during his first year on staff in 2011, to winning a Big Sky Conference Championship and an NCAA Division I Tournament berth.
“I am excited to help guide the men’s program with its future growth and success,” Porter saud. “I want to ensure that ‘Oregon Tech Men’s and Women’s Soccer’ becomes ‘Oregon Tech Soccer’ as a singular and unified brand, and that both programs continue to represent Oregon Tech proudly.”
Porter, a native of Canby, Ore., earned his Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Pacific University in 2009. Porter has his United States Soccer Federation (USSF) Coaching License as well as his United Soccer Coaches National Diploma, and Goalkeeping Level 1 and 2 Diplomas.