Anton arrache is in his third season as an assistant coach at Long Beach State.
During his time at LBSU, the 49ers have won a Big West Tournament title and made two NCAA Tournament appearances. In 2011, Arrache’s first year as an assistant, Long Beach State had its best season in program history as it advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight and finished with a 18-6-1 overall record.
Anton Arrache has been a coach on the club scene with Both Beach Futbol Club and Real So Cal Club. At Real So Cal, he helped his team advance to the US Youth Soccer Regionals from 2009-2011.
Anton Arrache was also a coach at Garces Memorial High School (Bakersfield) where he led the squad to the 2010 CIF Central Section Championship. In addition, he has served as a Cal South Olympic Development Program scout.
As a player, Anton Arrache was a member of the National Premier Soccer League from 2005-2007. He won a league championship with the Southern California Fusion in 2007. Anton also played internationally for CD Baztan in Spain from 2007-2008. He started his collegiate career at Loyola Marymount in 2002 before transferring to San Diego Mesa College the following year.
Anton Arrache graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor’s degree in Finance in 2007 and earned his master’s in sport management at Long Beach State in 2012.