PUEBLO, Colo. (June 2, 2017) – Colorado State University-Pueblo men's soccer Head Coach Roy Stanley announced Friday the addition of Paul-David Seldis to his coaching staff.
Seldis comes to Pueblo with over thirty years of coaching experience on various levels from high school to the professional ranks.
Seldis coached at University of Redlands, University of California Santa Cruz, Lesley University, and most recently he spent six seasons as the assistant coach and goalkeeper coach for the men's team and two seasons with the women's team at Pima Community College in Tucson, Ariz.
While at PCC, Seldis helped guide the Aztecs to being nationally ranked and a combined three national finals appearances. He led several goalkeepers to all-league honors and in the classroom taught courses in the physical education department.
In 2002 Seldis was a consultant for NY/NJ MetroStars of Major League Soccer and has coached at several MLS, USISL, and APSL camps.
Seldis also will provide assistance with the Pueblo Rangers youth organization.
"I am very excited for both my team and the soccer community of Pueblo to be able to get Paul David to join my staff and the Pueblo soccer community," said Stanley. "His goalkeeping coaching experience caught my attention, but I also know he will help out in all areas in our program and the community with his soccer knowledge."
Seldis will assist with goalkeeping, field players, and recruiting for the Pack.
"With having Robert Coultrip and Paul David as my assistants, I know we have a very strong coaching staff to help the team get to the next level," added Stanley.
Seldis will begin his duties with the ThunderWolves in August.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.