Associate Head Coach / Recruiting Coordinator
Doyle comes to Grand Canyon with a long resume of impressive coaching stops in collegiate soccer. He spent the last five seasons on the coaching staff at Air Force Academy. Prior to coaching with the Falcons, Doyle spent three years as an assistant coach at Virginia Tech and six seasons as the top assistant and lead recruiter at Creighton. He also had stints as the top assistant at Penn State, an assistant at William & Mary and an assistant at Mercer.
During his playing career, Doyle was a goalkeeper at Creighton. In 1992, he was named Defensive Player of the Year for the Missouri Valley Conference and earned first team All-MVC honors. As a junior, Doyle led the Blue Jays to a No. 1 national ranking and a 16-2-1 record on the season. His name is up and down the Creighton recordbooks.
Diego Walsh is in his second year as a graduate assistant coach for the Grand Canyon men's soccer team in 2016. He joined his former college head coach Schellas Hyndmann for his first coaching stint after a 10-year professional soccer career as a player.
Walsh was the seventh overall selection in the MLS SuperDraft in 2003 by the Columbus Crew. He made 126 career appearances for seven professional teams, the last coming in 2012. Prior to his pro career, Walsh played four years at Southern Methodist from 1999 to 2002 and was a two-time All-American and was named to the NSCAA "Team of the Decade," in 2010. He finished as SMU's all-time leader in assists, with 39, and was fifth in goals, also with 39.
During his prep career, Walsh played club soccer for Miami Strike Force, a squad that won numerous titles, including five state titles in a row, a pair of regional titles, and was runner-up in the national championship event.
Walsh graduated from SMU in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in business, and is currently working toward a master's degree in accounting at Grand Canyon. He has one son, Atlas Michael Stutz-Walsh.
Juan Gonzalez joined Grand Canyon in 2015 serving as the men's soccer Director of Operations Graduate Assistant. Gonzalez handles the day-to-day operations of the men's soccer program that entails coordinating travel arrangements, team meals and hotel accomodations.
Gonzalez previously worked at LSU as a student manager for the women's soccer program. Prior to LSU, Gonzalez was a team operations intern for FC Dallas in the MLS.
Gonzalez graduated from LSU in 2015 with a degree in sport administration and is currently pursuing a masters degree in business with an emphasis in sports business.
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