In a press release issued by Brossart High School Athletic Director Kevin Bundy on Friday, he announced the retirement of 24 year soccer coach Brian Goller.
On behalf of the many athletes he has positively impacted during his career, Bishop Brossart High School administration would like to thank coach Brian Goller for his tireless work with our soccer programs.
Coach Goller has elected to step down as the head girls soccer coach after three seasons at the helm. He served as the head coach of our boys program for 21 seasons prior to taking over the girls program in 2016.
During his varsity career, coach Goller amassed 280 wins. He was named the Northern Kentucky Coaches Association Coach of the Year three times, and was twice named Private School Coach of the Year by the Kentucky State Soccer Coaches Association. He won three district championships with the boys, and two with the girls, two regional championships and won All ‘A’ State Championships in 2005 and 2013.
“We’ve been truly blessed to have coach Goller as a coach, mentor, and role model to our soccer players for the last two decades,” said Kevin Bundy, Bishop Brossart athletic director.
“His impact on our athletes goes far beyond the 280 games he’s won. He’s helped mold his players into great citizens and given them memories that will last a lifetime.”
Mr. Goller will continue to teach social studies and religion at Brossart, and continue his role as the student council moderator.
“I have been privileged to coach a number of gifted players, but I have been blessed to be associated with so many great young men and women over the years,” Goller said.
Brossart will begin taking applications for the head girls soccer position next week (Dec. 10) and will continue to seek candidates until the position is filled. Interested parties should contact Mr. Bundy at email@example.com to apply.