(San Ramon, California) – iSoccerPath, the premier education company for families of prospective college soccer student athletes, is happy to announce the addition of David Burgee as our new National Sales Director – West Region.
David Burgee brings a wealth of soccer and athletic administrative knowledge to iSoccerPath.
David was directly involved and instrumental in building the University of Oregon women’s soccer team from a club program into a regionally recognized NCAA Division I program where he served as an assistant coach from 1996-1999 and, prior to that, the head club coach in 1994.
“We are extremely excited to welcome David to our executive team to help manage and grow iSoccerPath in the Western United States. His background in college soccer, club management and leadership are going to help us continue to grow in strategic areas where Dave has over 20 years of youth and college soccer experience,” Jeff Jaye, Director of iSoccerPath stated.
He served as coach for the De Anza Force for 12 years then became the director of club operations in 2012 providing organizational, administrative and structural support. He has served as an instructor for Santa Clara University, the University of Washington, the University of Oregon, and the Women’s Soccer Foundation.
Burgee says, “The iSoccerPath platform represents the very best in educating student-athletes who are looking to play soccer at the collegiate level. Their proprietary systems and learning modules are unmatched and unparalleled in the industry. They truly guide and educate families through the daunting and complex college recruiting landscape. I am proud and honored to be a part of the iSoccerPath revolution and hope to positively impact as many young lives as possible.”
David has been nationally recognized by the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). He currently holds NSCAA “DOC & Premier” Diplomas, a USSF “B” License, and a NSCAA “Goalkeeper Level II” Diploma. In May of 2007, David completed his Master of Arts degree in Sports Management from the University of San Francisco.