Wrapping up his fourth season at the helm of the Wake Forest men's soccer program in 2018, head coach Bobby Muuss has guided the Demon Deacons to the three NCAA quarterfinals and the 2016 NCAA College Cup, finishing as the national runners-up. Wake Forest has amassed a 73-11-7 record in Muuss' four seasons, more wins than any other program in NCAA Division I in that span. Muuss won his fourth consecutive ACC Coach of the Year in 2018. He surpassed his predecessor Jay Vidovich (2008-09) and former U.S. Men's National Team coach Bruce Arena (1988-89) as the only others to win that award in consecutive seasons.
Muuss has led the Demon Deacons to two ACC Championships in 2016 and 2017, and just the second and third tournament trophies in program history, as well as four straight ACC Atlantic Division crowns. Coach Muuss looks forward to building a successful camp program in 2019!
Dane Brenner is in his eighth season in 2018 as an Associate Head Coach for Wake Forest Men's Soccer.
Over his last three seasons, Wake Forest has made three trips to the NCAA quarterfinals and one trip to the NCAA College Cup. The Deacs won the ACC Atlantic Division each year, as well as back-to-back ACC Tournament Championships in 2016 and 2017. After the 2015 season, Brenner was named the NSCAA's Glenn "Mooch" Myernick National Assistant Coach of the Year and the organization's South Region Assistant Coach of the Year.
Steve Armas is in his fourth season in 2018 as an Associate Head Coach for Wake Forest Men's Soccer. He was hired by Bobby Muuss as an assists on May 7, 2015. Armas joined the Demon Deacon staff after spending the previous nine years at Campbell University, spending five as the team's head coach from 2010-14.
Over his first three seasons, Wake Forest has made three trips to the NCAA quarterfinals and one trip to the NCAA College Cup. The Deacs have won the ACC Atlantic Division each year, as well as back-to-back ACC Championships in 2016 and 2017.
Wofford College Fall 2018 (1st Assistant Coach)- Improved win percentage from previous season also SoCon Quarter Final appearance. Coached two All Freshman Team selections and First Team All SoCon selection that went on to sign a pro contract (Charleston Battery in USL).
North Greenville University 2017-2018 (Assistant Coach / Recruiting Coordinator)- Helped lead the Crusaders to their first conference tournament appearance in four years.
Presbyterian College 2016-2017 (Assistant Coach)- Arrived in 2016 with the program coming off of a winless campaign. Helped lead the Blue Hose to their first conference semi-final appearance while adding a seven win turnaround. Coached the most all-conference selections in program history in 2016 (3 recruits were named Big South All- Freshman Team). The last recruiting class (2017) I was a part of brining in, went on to win the Big South Conference tournament and making its first ever NCAA Tournament appearance.
Southern Wesleyan University 2015 (Assistant Coach)- Helped the Warriors win the National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association title. Coached four players who were named NCCAA all-tournament team, and also the NCCAA player of the year.
Berea High School 2014-2015- Helping lead the Bulldogs achieve their first playoff appearance and first playoff win in 2014. Then leading the Bulldogs to a 3A State Championship in 2015.
Club Soccer at United FC in Greenville SC- Academy Director and Head coach, Managed and oversaw the academy program and guided several teams to league and tournament wins at both the Academy and Select levels.
Hold a number of professional certifications including licenses from US Soccer and the South Carolina Youth Soccer Association.
As a player- Won two Region X championships at the JUCO level with Spartanburg Methodist College
Transferred to D2 North Greenville University where senior year, was the leading point getter on the team.
Played at the NPSL level with Upward Stars in Spartanburg SC
A 2015 graduate, owns a Bachelor of Science degree in sport management from North Greenville University.
Native of Brentwood, New York.