Director of Coaching

 

Quan Tran, Director of Coaching (DOC)

coaching@mwcsoccer.org

 

Director of Coaching since 2014, Quan Tran has grown the club’s VISION academy and competitive programs not just in numbers – but also in quality

 

“My VISION for Midwest City Soccer Club programs:

 

-      Collectively diverse coaches developing players of all levels.

-      Continuity through our in-house recreational, academy, and competitive programs. 

-      A foundation of core skills, sportsmanship, teamwork, work ethic, and communication to develop players on and off the pitch.

 

Most important is for the player to keep THE LOVE OF THE GAME!”

 

- Quan Tran, Director of Coaching

 

Quan began his coaching career in 2001 and started a competitive program for another club before assuming his current position as Midwest City’s DOC. He also serves as our club’s tournament director, Carl Albert High School girls coach, and Vice President (Youth) for Oklahoma Soccer Association.  

 

Quan obtained a bachelor’s degree in Management from the University of Central Oklahoma and an M.B.A. from Oklahoma City University. He is married to Shelbi Tran and has two children (daughter Alexa, son Ace) – both of whom played competitively in our club.



Education

 

B.B.A, University of Central Oklahoma

M.B.A., Oklahoma City University

 

Licenses

 

USSF

National “C” License

National Youth License

 

NSCAA

National Goalkeeper Diploma

High School Diploma

Fundamentals of Coaching High School Players

 

Accomplishments

 

OSA President’s Cup

State Champion

Regional Semi-Finalist

 

Class 5A and 6A High School

6A All State Coach 

6A Academic State Champion

9 All State players (5A / 6A)

Big 10 Conference Champion

 

 


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Upcoming Dates

December 1st

Spring recreational sign-up cost for 2004-2018 players increases from $70 to $80


February 22nd

Deadline for spring recreational registration (late sign-ups after that only to fill current teams)


March 4th

Recreational games begin