Women's Soccer Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach Reiter
Assistant Coach Mohazzabfar
Assistant Coach M'ily Reiter
M'ily Reiter joins Shoreline Community College Women's Soccer staff as an assistant coach starting in 2015.
A native of Billings, Montana, Reiter went on to play at Seattle University from 2007-10 and has been a part of the Seattle Sounders Women W-League Team since 2009.
Reiter has been an Assistant Coach within the Olympic Development Program since 2014, part of the Washington Youth Soccer's Elite Player Development Program, coaching the Washington G98 (2014) Team who made it to the Region IV Championship last year and the Washington G01 (2015/Current) Team. Reiter also has an extensive club coaching career at FC Alliance, where she has coached numerous teams for the past 5 years. Reiter is currently working with the FC Alliance G99 (U16), G02 (U13) and G05 (U10) Teams. In 2013 and 2014, Reiter repeated as Washington Youth Soccer State Champions with the G00 Team and in 2015, took the G00s to the largest European tournament in San Sebastian, Spain, where they won the Donosti Cup. Reiter also coached four years at Nathan Hale HS, where she received Coach of the Year two of the four years and led her team to two undefeated seasons and Metro Titles.
Reiter holds her USSF National "D" License. Reiter received a B.A. in Graphic Design from Seattle University in 2010.
Assistant Coach Farzeen Mohazzabfar
Farzeen Mohazzabfar joins Shoreline Community College Women's Soccer staff as an assistant coach starting in 2015.
Farzeen has been coaching soccer since 2003. He has completed his USSF National ‘C’ course and remains an active soccer player himself. He has coached at Bellevue Youth Soccer, FC Edmonds, Crossfire Select and Bellevue High School. His philosophy is to foster a love for the game of soccer with an emphasis on team, where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. This team-oriented philosophy has proven very successful demonstrated by an extremely high player return rate and an impressive record on the field. Farzeen is a great communicator and effectively utilizes benchmarks and visual communication methods to teach concepts. Farzeen firmly believes sportsmanship, character, respect and accountability are essential components of development of a successful, well-rounded athlete and he works hard to inspire these qualities in each player that he coaches.
Starting with a GU11 team and taking them all the way through GU18, Coach Farzeen’s teams have had notable success by finishing in first place in seven of eight league-play seasons with five undefeated seasons, two perfect seasons and a remarkable 93% win/tie percentage in almost 100 league games. During this run, his teams finished as champions or finalist in 70% of all competitions including local and out-of-state tournaments and won 3 state championships twice representing Washington State at the Region IV President’s Cup. Farzeen considers his most important accomplishment as having a team (18 players) GPA of over 3.6 for their entire four years of high school; many of his players receiving academic scholarships and acceptance from schools such as Stanford, Northwestern, CalPoly Engineering, University of Washington and Gonzaga.
Coach Farzeen and his wife, Sheedeh have two daughters ages 18 and 17. He is a Shoreline Community College Alumni and graduated with a BS in Computer Science from Western Washington University. When he is not coaching, playing or watching soccer, Farzeen has been a successful software executive for the past 17 years currently the co-founder and Vice President of Research and Development at Quality in Motion, Inc.