Bryan Kuderman serves as the Norco College women’s soccer head coach. In 2013, Kuderman became the director of community relations for the men’s soccer team at UC Riverside after a success stint as the head coach for the men’s soccer team at Biola University.
During his 11 seasons at Biola, Kuderman posted the best winning percentage in the program's 53-year history, with a record of 115-75-17 (.597 winning percentage). His teams averaged over 10 wins a season and finished with a .500 or better record in all but two seasons. Three times his team won 13 or more matches and twice qualified for the NAIA tournament.
Before becoming the head coach at Biola, Kuderman was an assistant coach for the California State University, San Bernardino men’s squad for two seasons. A graduate of California Baptist University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education/Kinesiology and a master's degree in Education: Sport Leadership, Kuderman also spent two seasons as an assistant coach for the Lancers from 1996-98.
Kuderman is active unity at all levels of the game, serving as an Olympic development coach, a California Youth Soccer Association coaching instructor, a high school coach (25 years) and club coach (20 years). For the last eight years, he has been director with the nationally ranked Legends FC. He has placed a number of players into their Development Academy. He has served as a camp director for the University Notre Dame and Stanford.
Kuderman and his wife, Jennifer, have three daughters, Sage, Ari, and Fiona.