Brad Johnson
University of Dubuque
Brad Johnson
Head Coach
bjohnson@dbq.edu
Dubuque
Division 3

Brad Johnson joined the University of Dubuque Spartans in 2004 as the Men's and Women's Assistant Soccer Coach. After helping guide both programs to new heights, he was named the Associate Head Men's Soccer Coach in 2008. Following a successful 2008 season, Johnson was promoted to the position of Head Men's Soccer Coach. Coach Johnson led the Spartans to a runner-up IIAC finish in 2015 and UD's first-ever appearance in the IIAC tournament title game. Johnson coached Gonzalo Hernandez-Cascante, who earned the Spartans only offensive MVP in school history, after leading the league in goals, assists, points, and game-winners. Since taking over the head coaching position, Johnson has coached one IIAC offensive MVP, 32 All-Iowa Conference athletes (13-First Team/19-Second Team), 6 All-Region performers, and 28 Academic All-Conference student-athletes. A team-best six Spartans were named to the All-Iowa Conference list in the 2015, 2010 and 2009 seasons. The 2010 team went 7-1 in Iowa Conference play to claim a share of the regular season title. The Spartans have qualified for the IIAC Tournament all seven seasons under Johnson.  The Spartans have finished in the Top-3 in the Iowa Conference in five of Johnson's seven seasons at the helm. Johnson currently holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) -B- License, NSCAA Goalkeeping License, and NSCAA Special Topic License. He is actively involved in the Dubuque Soccer Club and is currently the U-13 to U-18 Director of Coaching. As well, Johnson was previously the Head Boy's Soccer Coach at Hempstead High School in Dubuque. He attended Loras College for four years, where he was a three-time captain, four-year All-Iowa Conference honoree, an All-Region selection, and garnered Iowa Conference MVP honors. He holds the records at Loras College for most points and goals scored in a career. Johnson received a master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Dubuque and his Bachelor Degree in Finance from Loras College. He and his wife Jenny reside in Dubuque.