Shoreline CC Dolphins name two new head soccer coaches

Shoreline CC Dolphins name two new head soccer coaches

Dorman named Shoreline Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Matt Dorman
Matt Dorman


shoreline_dolphinsMatt Dorman is the new head coach of women’s soccer at Shoreline Community College.

Dorman has experience at club, high school and Olympic development program levels. During the 2014 season, Dorman coached the Bellevue High School girls varsity program to an 18-2-0 record.

Bellevue was crowned 3A/2A KingCo League Champions, KingCo 3A Championship Winners and 3A state semi-finalists.

“We are very pleased that Matt is joining the coaching staff at Shoreline,” Shoreline Athletic Director Steve Eskridge said.

In 2014, Dorman was awarded the National Soccer Coaches Association of America NW Regional High School Coach of the Year.

Dorman has been involved in the Washington Youth Soccer Elite Player Development program, which falls under the U.S. Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program.

Dorman also has extensive experience at the club level and is currently a head coach at the Rainier Valley Slammers.

He holds a Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) B License and the Premier Diploma from the NSCAA. Dorman attended the University of Birmingham and Leeds Metropolitan University in England for undergraduate and postgraduate studies.

Dremousis returns as Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Shoreline

George Dremousis


shoreline_dolphinsA familiar face is returning to sideline as head coach of the Shoreline Community College men’s soccer team.

George Dremousis says he is excited about being back with the Dolphins. “It was difficult for me to leave and it feels good to be able return,” Dremousis said.

Dremousis is a life-long Seattle resident, playing soccer at Bishop Blanchet High School and Shoreline Community College before graduating from the University of Washington with bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and History in 1991.

He began his coaching career by guiding Mountlake Terrace and Edmonds-Woodway high schools to several playoff appearances from 1993-2001 before joining Shoreline as head coach in 2001.

Dremousis led the Dolphins to the most victories in the program’s history and reached the playoffs five times, winning the North Division title in 2010 and earning a third place finish at the then-NWAACC tournament.

In 2011, Dremousis left Shoreline to take the head job at Trinity Lutheran College where his teams advanced to West Coast playoffs of the NCCAA in consecutive seasons.

Dremousis has also coached the semi-pro Seattle Seawolves of the Development Indoor Soccer League, finishing in first place with a 15-1 record in 2006 and named coach of the year.

In addition to coaching, Dremousis has won national championships as a member of TA-2 Saints over-40 team and continues to play competitively.

In addition to returning to Shoreline, Dremousis again head coach at Mountlake Terrace High School where he has taught History and AP Government for the past 23 years.

“We are thrilled that George is back at Shoreline Community College, and looking forward to seeing him on the sideline again,” Shoreline Athletic Director Steve Eskridge said.



2 thoughts on “Shoreline CC Dolphins name two new head soccer coaches

  1. I attended Shoreline C.C. back in the 1970s. I am still unable to understand why Samurai needed to be replaced as the nickname of athletic teams. Samurai were a proud, military nobility. Sorry, just venting…and all that Japanese themed architecture on campus for the Dolphins? Sheesh…somebody didn’t think this through. Really only ethnic slurs or insensitive characters needed to be replaced. Thanks, I feel better now.

  2. What an incredibly insensitive comment, Ron Kurtti.

    You must be the biggest moron on the face of the earth.

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