Marauders make Mosen main mentor

Constantly striving to provide outstanding coaching, the McMaster Department of Athletics and Recreation is excited to announce the appointment of Brett Mosen as head coach for the Marauder women’s soccer team.

Mosen joins the Marauders with a coaching background that stretches all the way from the grassroots to the professional ranks during a career that spans more than 20 years. He is currently the head coach and technical director for Hamilton FC of the Premier Development League and will continue in that position, while assuming the reins of the McMaster women’s team.

“We are very excited to add a coach of Brett’s qualifications,” said Jeff Giles, McMaster’s Director of Athletics and Recreation. “There is no substitute for experience and his record at all levels is nothing short of impressive.”

Having coached throughout the United States and Canada, Mosen was also head coach and technical director from 2004-10 for the Oakville Soccer Club, which is the largest youth soccer organization in North America, with more than 11,000 registered players. His professional coaching record comprises stints with both men’s and women’s teams in the United Soccer Leagues, including serving as head coach for the Toronto Lady Lynx in 2005.

“Women’s soccer is certainly growing in Canada and throughout the world, and we see Brett as someone who can take McMaster women’s soccer to the next level and help our players be the best they can be,” said Giles.

Well regarded for his work in player development, including eight years (1990-98) in the USA Olympic Development Program, Mosen appointment at Mac begins immediately.