Alberto Rosas takes the helm as Head Coach of LAMC Men's Soccer after serving as an assistant coach for the Eagles since 2014.
After attending Birmingham High School, he went on to play three seasons for men's soccer at Cal State Northridge University. In 2009 and 2010, Rosas received First Team All-American honors.
Rosas graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor's degree in Geography.
In 2012, he was drafted to play professional soccer for the Seattle Sounders. After coming back to L.A. in 2013, L.A. Galaxy picked up his pro contract and Rosas finished his soccer career playing third division in PDL.
Rosas' first coaching position was at Reseda High School in 2009 as a head coach of the girls' soccer team. The next season he decided to coach boys' soccer at Oakwood Prep in North Hollywood. After moving away from the high school level, Rosas coached boys' club soccer for the Camarillo Eagles from 2013 to 2015, and he is currently starting his third year with Real So Cal.