WICHITA FALLS, TX (TNN) -
FC Wichita Falls, a member of the US Arena Pro Soccer League, has named Brandon Swartzendruber as head coach of the pro soccer team.
Swartzendruber will also bring Marcelo Campolino as Volunteer Assistant Coach.
Swartzendruber was a player at Midwestern State in 2005-2006 and volunteer assistant coach in the fall of ’18.
After MSU Texas, He played professionally for various PDL and USL Pro teams around the United States. He has also worked as an assistant coach for four seasons at the collegiate level, 2007 and 2008 at Mesa State College and 2012 at Oklahoma Baptist University.
He has had experience in indoor soccer as well. In 2013-2014, Swartzendruber was the head coach for the Skyline Eagles, a semi-professional indoor team based in his hometown of Grand Junction, Colorado.