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Loyola Marymount - Men's Soccer Camps
Loyola Marymount - Men's Soccer Camps

Loyola Marymount University

Coaching Staff

Michael Erush
Associate Head Coach

Former Lion standout Michael Erush finished his 10th year on Head Coach Paul Krumpe's staff in 2016. He was promoted to Associate Head Coach in February of 2015. The 2003 LMU graduate was a four-time All-WCC selection, and played professionally for several years both in the United States and internationally, following his Lion career. He is the first Lion to both play and work under current LMU Head Coach Paul Krumpe.

Erush was named the Head Coach of Hollywood United of the Premier Development League, winning the league championship during the expansion year in 2009. He also served as assistant coach of the United States team that competed at the Maccabiah Games in Israel in the summer of 2009. In the summer of 2010, he returned to the PDL as the head coach of the Orange County Blue Stars and headed up the USA team that played at the Maccabi Australia International Games in December 2010, going on to earn the Silver Medal.

In the summer of 2011, Erush was named a United States Soccer Federation Southern California Scout and is responsible for evaluating, developing, and scouting youth players for the U.S. National teams. Erush coached with the South Bay Force from 2009 and the Fram Soccer Club, which became the top ranked club in California, from 2009-14. In July of 2014, he joined the L.A. Galaxy Academy Youth Staff alongside the likes of Peter Venegas, Michael Munoz and Ante Razov.

While a player at LMU, Erush served as team captain during his junior and senior seasons. In each of Erush's final three years at LMU, the Lions advanced to the NCAA Tournament, culminating in a first-round bye and national seeding in the 2003 postseason. During his senior campaign, Erush helped the team to a #13 seed in the 2003 College Cup. He was named All-WCC Second Team in 2000, 2001, 2002, and was named First Team in 2003. He was a First Team 2003 NSCAA All Far West Selection and was named 2003 First Team All-America by the Jewish Review. Erush graduated a semester early in December 2003 with a degree in Business Management. He went on to earn his M.A. in Education from LMU in the summer of 2010.

In addition to a stellar collegiate resume, Erush has a wide range of professional experience. He became only the third Lion in program history to join the MLS as he played for the Colorado Rapids in 2004 and Chivas USA in 2005. He spent the majority of 2006 with Miami FC of the USL's First Division, where he played alongside Brazilian legend Romario. He has international playing experience, spending time with Hapoel Ashkelon F.C. in the Israeli Second Division, Lombard Papa of Hungary's First Division, and Olimpia Balti in Moldova's First Division.

A native of Van Nuys, Cali., Erush spent extensive time with the United States U-14, U-16 and U-18 National teams. He was team captain of both the U-14 and U-16 teams and also represented the United States as a member of the team that traveled to Israel in 2005 for the 17th Maccabiah Games where the team went on to win a Silver Medal. A 2000 NSCAA High School All-America selection from Birmingham High School, Erush was honored as the 1999 LA Times and Daily News Player of the Year.

Erush also serves on two NSCAA committees. As a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), he holds several national coaching licenses and serves on the NCAA committee that is responsible for selecting the national assistant coach of the year. He's also on the NSCAA Division I All-American Committee for the Far West Region.

He helps organize and coordinate LMU recruits, mentors the backline and handles video editing, opponent scouting and scheduling. He is the founder and director of the LMU Men's Soccer Camps and Clinics, which brings in over 350 prospective student-athletes to LMU.

In December 2015, Erush will serve as the Head Coach for the Maccabi Pan AM games to be held in Santiago, Chile.

He and his wife, Ally, were married in July 2016 and reside in Culver City, California.


Mike Oseguera
Assistant Coach

Mike Oseguera begins his second season on the LMU men's soccer staff as an assistant/goalkeeper coach in 2016.

"Mike is the perfect fit for us here at LMU," said Krumpe. "He is an extremely knowledgeable coach, able to train our goalkeepers and push them to achieve the next level in their development. He will also be invaluable working with our field players and brings a wealth of experience, both as a player and a coach, to this position.

In his second season, Oseguera led junior netminder Collin Partee to lead the WCC in saves, saves percentage and saves per game. The LMU backline ranked fourth in the conference with just 20 goals allowed and yielded just seven in WCC play.

In his first season with the Lions, Oseguera led senior goalkeeper Paul Blanchette to his second WCC Goalkeeper of the Year honor as the LMU defense boasted eight shutouts.

Oseguera spent six years (2009-14) at Concordia University (Irvine), working with both the men's and women's programs as an assistant coach and goalkeeper coach. During his tenure with the Eagles, he trained five All-Golden State Athletic Conference goalkeepers, two All-American goalkeepers and 14 GSAC Defenders/Goalkeepers of the Week. The Eagles' men's and women's programs won a combined three GSAC Championships and three GSAC Tournament titles.

Oseguera is also active in both the club and prep ranks, as well as serving as a private goalkeeper coach. He currently serves as the West Coast Futbol Club U16 head coach, the goalkeeper coach for the entire club and the Associate Head Coach and Goalkeeper Coach for Servite High School in Anaheim.

A four-year student-athlete at Cal, Oseguera was named an All-Pac-10 honorable mention selection as a sophomore in 2003, and was on the Bears' Pac-10 Championship team in 2006. He went on to compete for the California Cougars of Major Indoor Soccer League (2006) and had trials with both the LA Galaxy and Chivas USA.

Oseguera began his coaching career as a goalkeeper coach and graduate assistant at Cal State Fullerton in 2006, and coached at Patedores FC in 2006-08. He served as goalkeeper coach for Irvine Strikers Youth Academy from 2010-12 and for the Orange County Blue Star PDL U23 and European Tour from 2009-13.

He earned his bachelor of arts degree in social welfare from Cal in 2006 and recently completed his masters of coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University. He holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) "D" license.

"Mike offers a fantastic youthful enthusiasm which I completely appreciate after coaching this program for over 18 seasons," Krumpe added. "His addition to our staff will pay dividends immediately."


Allofs Lima
Volunteer Assistant Coach

Allofs Lima joined the LMU men's soccer coaching staff in the spring of 2015 after spending four seasons as Assistant Coach of the Occidental Tigers men's soccer program. Lima also served as Occidental Athletic's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee advisor.

Lima graduated from Reseda High School Environmental Magnet where he won a City Championship in 1998 and his teammates voted him Rookie of the Year. After graduating high school he went on to play at Pasadena City College where he won league titles in 2000 and 2001, and captained the side while holding the record for most assists in one season. In 2001 he was All-SCC First Team selection and All-American Honorable Mention the same year. He graduated with a 3.8 GPA and became volunteer assistant coach the next season before transferring to CSUN to finish his collegiate career.

After college, in 2006, he played in Guatemala's 2nd division for Deportivo Puerto San Jose and the following year had a tryout for Spanish La Liga Team, Racing de Santander. After finishing his playing career, he coached at Calabasas High School for two years while also coaching club soccer for Rovers FC (now Barcelona California). After leaving the Calabasas area, he moved to the Westside of Los Angeles to coach at Milken Community High School for two years. From there he moved on to Brentwood School and coached for 10 seasons, eventually becoming the varsity head coach. Lima also has coached at the ODP level for the ODP Nevada boys side.

He currently coaches at FC Los Angeles and has a USSF National C license.