By Nick Wilson
San Luis Obispo High has a new boys’ soccer coach — James Boscaro — who brings a wealth of experience to the Tigers’ program this season.
Boscaro started coaching 18 years ago. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he played Division 1 soccer as a goalkeeper.
He has trained and coached kids of a variety of age groups with soccer clubs in Southern California, including San Clemente United and the Southern California Storm, according to San Luis Obispo athletic director Jeff Brandow.
He also previously was an assistant coach at Atascadero High School.
Boscaro also has taught middle school and high school social sciences for more than five years in Southern California.
Former Cal Poly standout Patrick Sigler will be joining the staff as an assistant coach at the varsity level. His coaching career looks very bright. Former Cal Poly player Jeff Strickland will be staying
on as JV coach.
Boscaro replaces Frank Marotti Jr., who coached the team last year.
Two years ago, the Tigers compiled a 10-1-1 PAC 7 League record, earning a league championship, and a 19-3-3 overall mark.
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