Dremousis Returns as Head Men’s Soccer Coach


George Dremousis photo

George Dremousis

A familiar face is returning to sideline as head coach of the Shoreline Community College men’s soccer team.

George Dremousis says he is excited about being back with the Dolphins. “It was difficult for me to leave and it feels good to be able return,” Dremousis said.

Dremousis is a life-long Seattle resident, playing soccer at Bishop Blanchet High School and Shoreline Community College before graduating from the University of Washington with bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and History in 1991.

He began his coaching career by guiding Mountlake Terrace and Edmonds-Woodway high schools to several playoff appearances from 1993-2001 before joining Shoreline as head coach in 2001.  Dremousis led the Dolphins to the most victories in the program’s history and reached the playoffs five times, winning the North Division title in 2010 and earning a third place finish at the then-NWAACC tournament.

In 2011, Dremousis left Shoreline to take the head job at Trinity Lutheran College where his teams advanced to West Coast playoffs of the NCCAA in consecutive seasons. Dremousis has also coached the semi-pro Seattle Seawolves of the Development Indoor Soccer League, finishing in first place with a 15-1 record in 2006 and named coach of the year. In addition to coaching, Dremousis has won national championships as a member of TA-2 Saints over-40 team and continues to play competitively.

Dremousis was the head coach at Mountlake Terrace High School where he has taught History and AP Government for the past 23 years.

“We are thrilled that George is back at Shoreline Community College, and looking forward to seeing him on the sideline again,” Shoreline Athletic Director Steve Eskridge said.




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