Jaime Gomez New Varsity Head Boys Soccer Coach

Hillsdale is proud to announce that we have hired Jaime Gomez as our new boys varsity soccer head coach at Hillsdale. Coach Gomez has been a key member of the varsity soccer coaching staff for the last two years and played a key role in helping guide the team back to the PAL Bay division and to the semifinals of the CCS playoffs in 2016-17. Coach Gomez is a Hillsdale alumni, Class of 1993, and a decorated player for the Knights in the early 90’s. Coach Gomez matriculated to Canada College where he played soccer for two years and later transferred to San Jose State and played soccer for the Spartans. After college, Jaime played for the soccer club at the Olympic Club in San Francisco and later for the San Francisco Seals Men’s Soccer Club (Semi-Professional).

Coach Gomez has an extensive coaching background in club soccer where he is known as an excellent teacher of the game with a strong emphasis on skill development. “I am excited and honored to return to Hillsdale’s Soccer as Head Coach and continue the efforts to developing the program,” adds Gomez. “So fulfilling to know that I can give back to my alma mater, bringing back great memories from on and off the field, while being a positive role model to young adult student athletes.” Coach Gomez is currently serving as director of coaching for the SMC Earthquakes. Coach Gomez has also formed an excellent coaching staff. Manuel Pliego will enter year three as an assistant coach for the varsity soccer team. Coach Pliego is also a Hillsdale alum, class of 1992. Coach Gomez has also brought in Brian Mansell as associate head coach. Coach Mansell is currently the executive director of the San Mateo County Soccer club and has twenty years of coaching and teaching experience on the peninsula. “Coach Mansell comes highly regarded in the soccer community and played a key role in working with the San Jose Earthquakes in creating a partnership with San Mateo County Star to help strengthen the presence of the youth development system on the Bay Area Peninsula,” notes athletic director Brett Stevenson.

The new coaching staff is excited for the upcoming Hillsdale Knights soccer season. There will be a mandatory introductory meeting at lunch this Tuesday in room 110 for ALL students interested in trying out for soccer. Coach Gomez is excited to meeting the students on Tuesday. “I am very excited that Jaime Gomez has accepted the varsity soccer position at Hillsdale. Jaime has tremendous enthusiasm and positive energy. At the varsity level, it is critical that are coaches can teach at a high level and communicate and build relationships with our student athletes. Jaime is a dedicated and determined coach who has deep ties to the Hillsdale community. The soccer program is in good hands with Coach Gomez leading the way,” states Stevenson. Please welcome Coach Gomez and his staff to the Hillsdale family.

Coaching Resume – Jaime Gomez
Director of Coaching, SMC Earthquakes, San Mateo January 2016- Present
Burlingame Soccer Club Coach, Burlingame, CA December 2015 – May 2017
San Francisco Seals, San Francisco, CA January 2013-2014
01G/01B/02G/05B Coach, Gryphons Soccer Club, San Mateo, CA August 2008 – Feb 2010
SF Elite Academy 97G, San Francisco Elite Academy San Francisco, CA March 2007 – Present
Hillsdale High School Boys JV, San Mateo, CA November 1995 – March 1996


NSCAA Advance National Diploma August 2014
NORCAL Premier Soccer – USF International Coaching Course August 2012
ACF Fiorentina Intro & Advanced Coaching Certification March 2011
NSCAA National Diploma January 2010

Brian Mansell Executive Director of Coaching -San Mateo County Soccer Club TEAMS:

  • 99B Academy
  • 05B Academy
  • 06B Academy (SC)
  • 07B Academy (SC)



  • USSF B
  • NSCAA Premier
  • NSCAA National GK
  • NSCAA Futsal
  • NorCal Frans Hoek DOC
  • NorCal Adv. Fiorentina
  • Frans Hoek Club Method
  • USSF Ref Assignor

USSF E License March 2009

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