Brad Agoos joins Black Watch Burlington with a wealth of youth academy and collegiate coaching experience. Most recently, Agoos coached a U14 Boys team for Crossfire Premier US Soccer Development Academy, as well as a U18 Boys group for Portland Timbers Youth Academy, assisting young talent with the transition to becoming full-time professional players.
As Head Coach of Seattle University (2006-2011) and Assistant Head Coach of University of California, Berkeley (2000-2006), Agoos led both successful programs to Elite 8 post-season appearances. From 2009-2016, Agoos was employed by US Soccer to evaluate and identify players for US national teams. He has also served as a MLS match evaluator in collaboration with league office to analyze game experience, officiating, and match tactics.
As a player, Agoos won 3 national championships as a member of the University of Virginia Men's Soccer program. In 1992, he was ACC Tournament MVP.
Agoos played professionally in Costa Rica 1st Division (AD Santa Barbara-now Puntarenas FC), German 2nd Division (FC 08 Homburg), and Dutch 3rd Division (Quick, Den Haag). In the US, he has played at nearly all professional levels (A-League, CISL, USISL, and PDL).