Bobby Muuss Former Demon Deacon Assistant Coach Muuss was named the 4th Head Coach in Wake Forest History on January 8th, 2015. Coach Muuss comes to Wake Forest after spending eight seasons as the Head Coach at the University of Denver. Coach Muuss helped lead the Wake Forest program from 2001 - 2007 as the recruiting coordinator andassistant coach. While at Denver, Coach Muuss won 4 conference titles and made it to 4 NCAA Tournament Appearances- all Denver firsts. He was named the Summit League Coach of the Year in 2013 after leading the program to a 13-3-4 record overall and aperfect 6-0 mark in conference play. Known for his eye for talent and developing players-Coach Muuss looks forward to building a successful camp program in 2016!
Dane Brenner Coach Brenner enters his sixth season with the Demon Deacons. Coach Brenner was a 4 year starting goalkeeper at the University of South Florida. A standout collegiate goalkeeper, Dane was an All-Conference USA Goalkeeper in 2004 and led his team to a Big East Conference Championship in 2005. After his collegiate career, Coach Brenner spent time with the Chicago Fire of the MLS and then went on to work as a Volunteer Assistant Coach at the University of Connecticut for 4 seasons.
Steve Armas Coach armas enters his third season with the Demon Deacons. Over the past 9 seasons, Armas helped guide the Cambell Camels to 3 consecutive trophies, the team's first berth in the NCAA Tournament, and a year-end national ranking at the Division 1 level. While he was at the helm, two of his players were selected in the MLS Superdraft. Armas played collegiately at the University of Maryland from 1995-98 and graduated in 2003 with a bachelor of arts in Spanish Language and Literature. He helped lead Maryland to an ACC Tournament championship and captained the team to an NCAA College Cup appearance, where Armas was selected to the NCAA All-Tournament Team.
Mick Giordano Coach Giordano enters his second season with the Demon Deacons. Giordano played for Charlotte and UNC-Asheville in his collegiate days and graduated from UNC-Asheville in 2013. In the Fall of 2014 Giordano spent time playing professionally in Germany before injuries overseas ended his playing career. Following his stint in Germany he was an Assistant Coach for UNC-Asheville in 2015 before joining the Deacs in the Fall of 2016.