Wrapping up his sixth season at the helm of the Wake Forest men's soccer program in 2020, head coach Bobby Muuss has guided the Demon Deacons to the four NCAA quarterfinals and the 2016 & 2019 NCAA College Cup, finishing as the national runners-up in 2016. Wake Forest has amassed a 96-18-9 record in Muuss' five 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 2 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 2021!
Dane Brenner is in his tenth season in 2020 as an Associate Head Coach for Wake Forest Men's Soccer.
Over his last five seasons, Wake Forest has made four trips to the NCAA quarterfinals and two trips to the NCAA College Cup. The Deacs won the ACC Atlantic Division from 2015-2018, 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 sixth season in 2020 as an Associate Head Coach for Wake Forest Men's Soccer. He was hired by Bobby Muuss as an assistant 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 last five seasons, Wake Forest has made four trips to the NCAA quarterfinals and two trips to the NCAA College Cup. The Deacs won the ACC Atlantic Division from 2015-2018, as well as back-to-back ACC Tournament Championships in 2016 and 2017.
Wake Forest head men’s soccer coach Bobby Muuss announced in May, 2019 the addition of Jonathan Lagos as an assistant coach for the 2019 season. In his first season Coach Lagos helped the Deacons to a College Cup appearance in 2019.
Lagos joins the Demon Deacons after a season as the top assistant at Wofford in 2018. He previously spent a year at his alma mater, North Greenville University, and also worked for a year at Presbyterian (2016) and Southern Wesleyan University (2015).