Adam Reeves returns for his 12th season at Cal State Fullerton under second-year head coach George Kuntz, helping guide the 2014 Titan men's soccer program to a Big West Tournament Championship and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Reeves has been the top aide in the soccer program for the past 11 seasons under former head coach Bob Ammann and current head coach Kuntz.
Reeves had been the second assistant his first two years, reuniting with the Titans' program after a four-year hiatus. He then served as the "right-hand man" for Ammann in the summer of 2006 until getting a permanent appointment on Aug. 31 when Eddie Soto took a position at UCLA.
A two-year letterman for the Titans in 1998 and 1999, Reeves transferred to the University of Washington to complete his soccer eligibility. He played one season at left back for a Huskies team that advanced to the second round of the NCAA Playoffs. He then returned to Fullerton and earned his bachelor's degree in kinesiology in 2003.
Reeves played in 12 matches for the Titans as a freshman and started in all 18 of his appearances as a sophomore in 1999, helping the Titans to a 14-5 record. He had 8 assists to tie for the team lead.
Reeves coached for six years with the Fullerton Rangers Soccer Club, where he began his coaching career handling the boys under 11 and under 15 squads. He began work at CSF on his master's degree in kinesiology with an eye toward a full-time collegiate coaching position.
Reeves currently entering his third year a on the coaching staff of the Pateadores Soccer Club alongside former fellow Fullerton assistant coach Matt Tutton, coaching the U16 and U18 squads.
A Placentia resident, Reeves played four years at Rio Mesa High School in Oxnard and was named team co-most valuable player in his junior and senior seasons. He and his wife, Catie Garrett, a former CSF distance runner, have two sons together, Gonzalo and Micah.