COACH LEWIS - Director of Coaching

COACH LEWIS - Director of Coaching

curt.lewis@psciowa.com

Curt has been Director of Coaching since 2007, where he led PSC to their 1st Iowa State Cup Championship. Curt is one of the few club coaches in Iowa to have won a State Cup Championship as both a player and as a coach. He has over 20 years of coaching experience at the college, high school, and club levels. From 1999-2001, Curt was the Head Women's Coach at Mt. St. Claire College and the Head Men's Coach in 2001. In 2001, he was named the Midwest Classic Conference Coach of the Year. Curt was the Head Men's Coach at Cornell College from 2002-2005. Currently, Curt is the Varsity Head Boys Coach at Prairie High School, where he is the all-time leader in wins with over 150 victories. He was named MVC, Metro, DM Register, IAHSSCA and NSCAA Coach of the Year in 2017 leading Prairie to a 19-1 record while also winning MVC, Metro and earning Prairie's 2nd trip to Iowa State Tournament. The 2017 team ended the season #1 in the state and #5 in USA Today Poll. Curt was a member of the Colorado Stampede and Des Moines Menace of USISL. In college, Curt was two-time all-conference as a player at Mt. St. Claire. He played his high school soccer at West Des Moines Valley, where he was a 3-time all-conference selection. On the club level, Curt won 4 State Cup Championships as a player for West Des Moines Soccer Club. Curt is married to Lisa Lewis and has two sons, Mateaus and Gavin.

Steve Robertson - Senior Staff Coach

Steve Robertson - Senior Staff Coach

steven.robertson@psciowa.com

Steve has over 20 years of coaching experience at the college, high school, and youth soccer levels. From 1994-2006, he was co-Head Coach, with his brother Mike, of the Women's Soccer Team at Cornell College. Steve has over 125 victories as a college coach and was twice name Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) coach of the year. Also with his brother, Steve was the Varsity Men's Head Soccer Coach at Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School from 2004-2016. During his tenure at Kennedy, Steve has led the team to four State Championship semi-finals, multiple Mississippi Valley Conference and Metro Championships, and has been named both MVC and Cedar Rapids Metro coach of the year. He grew up playing select soccer in Long Island, NY and St. Louis before moving to Iowa. Steve was an all-conference, all-metro, and team MVP player in high school.

Mike Robertson - Academy Director

Mike Robertson - Academy Director

michael.robertson@psciowa.com

Mike has over 20 years of coaching experience at the college, high school, and youth soccer levels. From 1994-2006, he was co-Head Coach, with his brother Steve, of the Women's Soccer Team at Cornell College. Mike has over 125 victories as a college coach and was twice name Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) coach of the year. Also with his brother, Mike was the Varsity Men's Head Soccer Coach at Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School from 2004-2016. During his tenure at Kennedy, Mike has led the team to four State Championship semi-finals, multiple Mississippi Valley Conference and Metro Championships, and has been named both MVC and Cedar Rapids Metro coach of the year. He grew up playing select soccer in Long Island, NY and St. Louis before moving to Iowa. A goalkeeper, Mike was on a State Cup Championship team as a club player and was a 2-time all-conference and 2-time all-metro player in high school. Mike played his college soccer at the University of Chicago.

Josh Mason - Staff Coach

Josh Mason - Staff Coach

josh.mason@psciowa.com

 Josh has been coaching players and training teams at the grassroots and club level for 15 years. 

His players can expect to learn life skills they can carry with them into adulthood, such as leadership, responsibility, work ethic, time management, and working with others. Additionally how soccer benefits health, happiness, and education. 

His players develop valuable technical abilities and a tactical understanding. Josh’s teams are also known for staying extremely active while training and competing, even throughout the winter. His belief is that the best teacher of the game is the game itself. He’s coached PSC teams to 7 championships in 3 years with the Club.