Co-head coaches Cameron Beaulac and Pat Noyes
return for their ninth season in 2012. Over the past eight years,
the team has reached the Southern California regional playoffs six
times and won a South Coast Conference championship in 2006. In
both the 2004 and 2006 seasons, Beaulac and Noyes were named SCC
Co-Coach of the Year.
Last season in 2011, Beaulac and Noyes led the Vikings to an 8-8-6 overall record and advanced to the second round of the SoCal playoffs.
During this time, the soccer program has placed over a dozen players to four-year universities with scholarships. LBCC has had 37 players receive all-conference honors, including 18 first-teamers, one conference player of the year, three All-West region, one All-American first-team member, as well as one national freshman of the year.
Before arriving at LBCC, Noyes completed his fifth season as head coach at Cabrillo High School. His squad went 14-5-3 and tied co-head coach Cameron Beaulac’s Poly team for the Moore League championship.
His 2003 league title was the first in Cabrillo High School history.
Also at Cabrillo, his teams have been ranked as high as No. 1 in CIF and No. 5 on the West Coast and were CIF playoff participants each year.
Noyes has served as head coach at Whittier High School (1994-98), Whittier College (1994-98), and Villa Park High School (1988-94). He has also been an assistant coach at Concordia University (1994) and at Cal State Los Angeles (1989).
Noyes holds a US Soccer B license and a Premier Diploma from the NSCAA. He also holds a National GK Diploma from the NSCAA. Noyes currently serves as the State Technical Coordinator for NSCAA in Southern California.
Noyes was also a standout athlete. At Temple City High School, Noyes earned first-team All-CIF honors and was a three-time first-team all-league selection.
In 1978, Noyes was a member of the US National U-16 team.
He went on to play at the University of Pacific where he twice earned All-Pacific Coast Conference honors.
Following college, Noyes played for six seasons (1987-92) in the Southern California Professional Soccer League.
Noyes received his bachelor's degree in physical education from Cal State Los Angeles in 1991. He also earned his Masters in Sports Sciences in 2008 from United States Sports Academy.