|Title:||Associate Head Coach|
|Year:||5th at MIT|
In 2018, Jeff Katz will complete his second year as Associate Head Coach and fifth overall for the MIT women's soccer team as Katz joined the MIT coaching staff in the summer of 2014.
In his time with the Engineers, the team has won three NEWMAC regular season titles, as well as a NEWMAC Tournament Championship in 2017. After getting to the NCAA tournament for the third time in Katz's four years at MIT, he helped lead the 2017 team to the Sweet 16, a 20-2-1 record, and a #12 national ranking from the United Soccer Coaches organization. MIT's coaches were recognized by the United Soccer Coaches as the New England Coaching Staff of the Year for Division III Women's Soccer.
Katz spent 13 seasons as the head coach of Brookline High School’s boys varsity soccer team prior to joining MIT. From 2005-2014, he guided the Warriors to nine MIAA Division One state tournament berths, advancing to the Division One North Sectional Finals in 2010 and the Semifinals in 2014. Katz was named the Bay State Conference Coach of the Year in 2007, Eastern Massachusetts Coach of the Year in 2008, and the Brookline High School Coach of the Year in 2011.
Katz has also coached U15-U18 teams at NEFC/Breakers since 2004. His teams won Massachusetts State Cup titles in 2012, 2016, and 2017. Katz's 2016 team advanced to become NEP New England Regional Champions. In 2017, his team advanced to the semifinals of US Club Soccer's National Cup in Indiana.
Katz holds his USSF D license and NSCAA National and Advanced National diplomas. He is also a 5th grade teacher at the Baker School in Brookline.