Adam Reeves, a 12 season veteran to collegiate coaching, came to CPP after a stint at Cal State Fullerton where his previous appointment found him serving under Titans’ head coach George Kuntz. Prior to Kuntz’ appointment three seasons ago, Reeves served as the top assistant for Bob Ammann.
After a wildly successful debut season with the Cal Poly Pomona men’s soccer program, Reeves was named the Associate Head Coach on Feb. 1, 2016. In his first season with the Broncos, Reeves helped the team reach new heights, the likes of which the program had never before seen. The program won its first ever California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Tournament title, which advanced them to the West Region Tournament. The Broncos hosted the tournament and as the No. 1 seeded team in the West, secured a first round bye. With their second round 1-0 victory over Cal State LA, Reeves helped the Bronco Men’s Soccer program to earn its first-ever NCAA tournament win.
In the third and quarterfinal round of the NCAA tournament, the Broncos topped a pair of nationally-ranked opponents to advance to the NCAA Final Four. That Final Four matchup for the Broncos was against No. 5 Rockhurst in Pensacola, Fla. and CPP secured the 1-0 victory.
In 2014, prior to his arrival at CPP, the former Cal State Fullerton student-athlete helped lead the Titans to a Big West Tournament Championship and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
Reeves played soccer for the Titans back in 1998 and 1999 before transferring to the University of Washington to complete his soccer eligibility. In his season at left back for the Huskies, the team made it to the second-round of the NCAA Playoffs. At the conclusion of his playing career, he returned to Fullerton where he earned his bachelor’s in kinesiology in 2003.