Cameron Beaulac completed his 15th season as head coach of the LBCC men's soccer team in 2018. Over the past 11 years, the team has reached the Southern California regional playoffs eleven times (04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18) and won a South Coast Conference championship in 2006. Beaulac has five times been named SCC Coach of the Year (2004, 2006, 2013, 2015, 2016).
In 2013, Beaulac and former co-head coach Pat Noyes led the Vikings to a spot in the SoCal playoffs. Long Beach was unbeaten over its final seven SCC games to grab the postseason berth.
Over the past 10 years, the soccer program has placed over 50 players to four-year universities with scholarships. LBCC has had 50 players receive all-conference honors, including 23 first-teamers, two conference players of the year, three All-West region, one All-American first-team member, as well as one national freshman of the year.
At the high school level, Beaulac coached for 18 years, 16 of those years being varsity, 13 at Long Beach Polytechnic. During his tenure at Polytechnic, he won three league championships, one C.I.F. championship, and placed more players into four year colleges than any other coach in the surrounding area. He also won numerous coach of the year awards.
Beaulac was also head coach of Long Beach State’s soccer club team from 1995-98 where they won the conference title each year and qualified for regionals. For these accomplishments, Beaulac was voted conference coach of the year each year and regional coach of the year in 1998.
At the club level, Beaulac has been extremely successful. He has been part of two national titles, coached at the premier level, and won such prestigious tournaments as Nomads, NHB, Celtic, Mission Viejo, Orange, Chino, and Cerritos to name a few. In addition he has over 100 former players who have received college scholarships, as well as players who have gone on to play professionally both in the MLS and overseas, been on the U.S. Olympic team, and represented the U.S. on the National team.
As a player, Beaulac prepped at Lakewood High School then went on to play at Division I UC Irvine. While at Irvine, he was a four year starter, team captain, and led the team in assists during one of his seasons. In 1988-89 he was an All-Big West scholar-athlete recipient. He still shares the record for most assists in a game with three.
Beaulac earned his Bachelor of Science degree from UC Irvine in 1988 and Masters of Arts in human performance and sports from New Mexico Highland University in 2007. He also holds a California state teaching license and a National C coaching license.
In addition to his coaching duties at LBCC, Beaulac is a teacher at Long Beach Polytechnic High School, and Boy's Director of Coaching for F.C. Long Beach.
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