|Hometown:||Corona del Mar, CA|
|Position:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
Matt Tutton joins the Titans' coaching staff in 2011 as a highly credentialed volunteer assistant coach... he spent the last two years in a similar role at Loyola Marymount, which made the NCAA Tournament in 2008... in 2006 and 2007 he was the top assistant coach at Saint Louis University, which made the NCAA Tourney both seasons... he was heavily involved in all aspects of the nationally-ranked Billiken soccer program, including recruiting.
Tutton also is known for his extensive work with the Pateadores SC, where he coached more than a dozen players now performing in the MLS... at Saint Louis he coached 10 players who would earn National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Region honors and four who were taken in the Major League Soccer draft.
Prior to joining the Billikens, Tutton, a native of Newport Beach, was head coach at Santiago Canyon College in 2006... before that, he served as women's head coach at Orange Coast College where he helped the Pirates to a 24-12-7 record and two playoff appearances in as many seasons... in 2005, the Orange Empire named Tutton Co-Coach of the Year.
His first collegiate coaching position was at Irvine Valley College, where he was an assistant from 2000 to 2003, the latter year producing the state championship team, which was awarded the No. 1 ranking by the NSCAA.
Tutton earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Cal State Fullerton in 2000 and earned a masters degree in physical education from Azusa Pacific University in 2004... he also owns an NCSAA premier license in addition to a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) B License.
Tutton recently won a national academy championship with the Pateadores.