Head Coach
Demian Brown

Since returning to his alma mater in 2004, Demian Brown has been an integral part of developing the Titans into an emerging national contender over the last 12 years.

In nine seasons as head coach of the Cal State Fullerton women’s soccer program, Brown has steered the Titans to four Big West regular season championships (co-2007, 2012, 2014, tri-2015) and four Big West Tournament championships (2007, 2013, 2014, 2015) representing the league as the Big West’s automatic qualifier at the NCAA Tournament for three straight years (2013, 2014, 2015) in addition to the Titans’ postseason trip in 2007.

The third head coach in the history of the Titan program hired in February of 2007, Brown has managed an 84-75-25 (.522) overall record and a 40-27-6 (.589) mark in Big West Conference play.

During his tenure, Brown has been voted the Big West Conference Coach of the Year on three occasions (2007, 2012, 2014), while tutoring two-time Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Year Rebecca Wilson (2014, 2015), two Big West Conference Defenders of the Year (Jenae Gibbens 2007; Morgan Batcheller 2015), three Big West Conference Goalkeepers of the Year (Shayla Sabin 2007, Lindsey Maricic 2013, Jennifer Stuart 2015), three Big West Midfielders of the Year (Stacey Thompson 2007, Erica Mazeau 2013, Christina Burkenroad 2015), four Big West Tournament MVPs (Shayla Sabin 2007, Katie Pulliam 2013, Christina Burkenroad 2014 & 2015) and 44 all-Big West Conference selections, including 19 on the first team.

Since 2007, 13 Titans have been named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America West Region team, while following the 2015 season, Rebecca Wilson became the first Titan to receive first-team NSCAA All-America honors.

Wilson is also the program’s first MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist, while Fullerton has had three players named a Senior CLASS Award candidate with one reaching the finals. Brown has also coached three Big West Scholar Athletes of the Year and 51 Big West all-Academic selections.

Brown served as an assistant coach at Cal State Fullerton for three seasons (2004-06) before being named head coach.

Over the last 12 years as both an assitsant coach and head coach, Brown has helped the Titans to a 126-95-28 (.562) overall record with six Big West regular season titles (2004, 2005, 2007, 2012, 2014, 2015), six conference tournament crowns (2005, 2006, 2007, 2013, 2014, 2015) and six appearances in the NCAA Tournament - including a trip to the “Sweet 16” in 2005 a second round berth in 2006 and first round trips in 2007, 2013, 2014, and most recently, 2015.

Prior to his collegiate coaching debut, Brown guided the Cal-South Women’s Soccer State Select Team to the George F. Donnelly Cup title in January of 2006, posting a perfect 4-0 record at regionals and outscoring teams from Massachusetts, Illinois and Tennessee by a combined 8-0 total to win the crown.

During the summer of 2011, Brown also assumed the reins of the Los Angeles Strikers of the United Soccer League’s W-League four matches into the franchise’s inaugural season and recently completed a full season at the helm of the club in 2012.

Brown came to Cal State Fullerton after spending five years as an assistant coach for the men’s program at UC Irvine under current Cal State Fullerton men’s soccer head coach George Kuntz, helping lead the Anteaters to the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament in 2000 and coaching the 2001 Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Year (Saul Wolf).

A 1997 graduate of Cal State Fullerton with a degree in communications, Brown was a four-year letter winner for former Head Coach Al Mistri as a defender for the Titans from 1992-94 and 1996, helping Fullerton to the semifinals of the 1993 College Cup.

He was selected to the 1993 NCAA All-Tournament Team and was a two-time All-MPSF selection, finishing his career with four goals and three assists. Brown also competed in the 1994 U.S. Olympic Festival in St. Louis.

He currently resides in Fullerton with his wife, Gina, sons, Mathias, Xavier and Tobias, and daughter, Dalia.

• 2007 NCAA First Round
• 2013 NCAA First Round
• 2014 NCAA First Round
• 2015 NCAA First Round

• 2007 co-Big West Regular Season Championship
• 2007 Big West Tournament Championship
• 2012 Big West Regular Season Championship
• 2013 Big West Tournament Championship
• 2014 Big West Regular Season Championship
• 2014 Big West Tournament Championship
• 2015 Big West tri-Regular Season Championship
• 2015 Big West Tournament Championship

• 2007 Big West Conference Coach of the Year
• 2012 Big West Conference Coach of the Year
• 2014 Big West Conference Coach of the Year

Assistant Coach
Kellan Wilson

The Cal State Fullerton women's soccer program welcomes back Kellan Wilson, as a new assistant coach for the Titans, Head Coach Demian Brown announced on Monday.

"It is a true honor to be back at Cal State Fullerton," said Wilson. "I cannot wait to get out there and start working. I want to thank Demian Brown, Stacey Fox, and Jim Donovan for the opportunity to be back here. It is a proud moment in my career."

Brown expressed his joy to have Wilson back once again.

"I am absolutely thrilled to bring Kellan back into our Titan family, said Brown. "To be able to bring in a coach with his experiences and familiarity with our program and culture allows us to continue on our path of success."

Wilson spent four seasons (2012-15) as a volunteer assistant with the Cal State Fullerton women's program working primarily with the Titan goalkeepers.

Wilson was part of a historic four-year (2012-15) stretch of Cal State Fullerton women's soccer. During his time with the Titans, Fullerton won three Big West Conference regular season championships (2012, 2014, 2015), three Big West Tournament titles (2013, 2014, 2015) and made three NCAA Tournament appearances (2013, 2014, 2015), totaling a 44-27-12 (.602) overall record and a 22-7-4 (.727) mark in the Big West Conference.

Wilson tutored Big West Conference Goalkeepers of the Year Lindsey Maricic (2013) and Jennifer Stuart as well as Big West Tournament MVP Katie Pulliam (2013).

He served on the US Soccer National Training Staff in 2016 and 2017. He was responsible for training the goalkeepers, recruiting, campus visits and building alumni relations.

Wilson also spent the past two seasons, (2016-18) as an assistant coach for the Saint Mary's soccer program.

Wilson also spent three years playing collegiate soccer at Saint Mary's from 1999-2001. Wilson's playing career also included professional stints overseas in Germany with VFL Osnabruck (2005-08). From 2010-11, he played in Finland with Helsinki IFK helping the latter to the championship of the Finnish 2nd Division. He came back to the states to play with the San Francisco Seals in the USL's Premier Development League in 2008-09 where he stepped away from his spot in net to lead the team in goals.

Assistant Coach
Stacey Webster

Cal State Fullerton graduate and standout midfielder Stacey Webster will enter her fourth season as an assistant coach with the Titans' women's soccer program in 2016.

In three years with the Titans as a coach, Webster, formerly Fox, has been part of three consecutive Big West Tournament championships and NCAA Tournament appearances (2013, 2014, 2015), as well as two Big West regular season championships in 2014 and 2015.

During her three seasons with the Titans, Cal State Fullerton has totaled a 34-18-13 (.623) overall record along with a mark of 15-5-4 (.708) in the Big West Conference. In addition, forward Rebecca Wilson garnered the program’s first National Soccer Coaches Association First Team All-America honor in 2015, while the Titans have totaled nine NSCAA All-West Region accolades, two Big West Conference Offensive Player of the Year awards, two Big West Conference Midfielder of the Year awards, two Big West Conference Tournament MVP accolades, one Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Year honor, 18 Big West Conference all-league awards and 12 Big West Conference Player of the Week honors.

Off the pitch, Cal State Fullerton has produced two candidates for the Senior CLASS Award, two Big West Scholar Athletes of the Year and 26 Big West Conference All-Academic honors.

In 2015, the Titans received their first NSCAA national ranking since 2008, while setting records for most home wins (11) and fewest defeats (3) in a single season. In 2014, Fullerton went undefeated for the second time in Big West Conference matches (6-0-2).

Webster completed her collegiate career with Fullerton in 2012, earning All-West Region Second Team honors from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for the second consecutive season -- one of only 15 Titans to be named to the all-region team since 1996 and only the third of six to earn multiple awards from the NSCAA, joining Karen Bardsley, Jenae Gibbens, Morgan Batcheller, Christina Burkenroad and Rebecca Wilson.

A first-team all-conference performer for the first time in her career as a senior, Webster led the Titans in scoring 2012, finishing with a team-high seven goals and 16 points to go with two assists and three game-winning strikes. She started 17 of the 18 matches she appeared in, helping Fullerton to a 10-9-1 overall record and a Big West regular season title with a 7-2 mark in league play.

After suffering a season-ending injury that sidelined her for all of 2010, Webster was a third-team NSCAA All-West Region selection as a redshirt junior in 2011, finishing tied for second on the team in points (10) and tied for the team lead in goals (5) in 15 starts. She also tied for the team lead in points (6) and goals (3) as a sophomore and was an All-Big West Honorable Mention choice as a freshman, appearing in all 19 matches as a rookie and leading the team with five goals and 13 points.

Webster finished her Titans career ranked ninth on the school's all-time list in), eighth in goals, (20), 10th in goals per game (0.29), tied for fifth in game-winning goals (6), and ninth in shots (110) to go along with 45 career points.

Assistant Coach
Bryan Escalante

Former Titans goalkeeper (2010-13) Bryan Escalante joined the women's soccer coaching staff on July 20, 2016 as a volunteer assistant.

"I am excited about the addition of Bryan to our program," said Head Coach Demian Brown. "His experiences and energy will have positive influences on our goalkeeping core and program as a whole."

Escalante played in 26 games overall for the Titans over four years, logging 2,072 minutes in net. In 2013, he notched career highs in games played (15), and saves (65) to go along with a 1.60 goals against average and three shutouts. He made 95 saves in his Titans career and posted a 9-12-1 overall record.


SENIOR (2013): Appeared in 15 games for the Titans as the primary goalkeeper during the 2013 season... logged 1,351:50 minutes in net, allowing 24 goals on the season and 1.60 per game... he recorded 65 saves on the season and had three shutouts... finished the season 4-9-1 in net... had a season-high eight save at San Diego on Sept. 8.

JUNIOR (2012): Bryan logged six starts and eight appearances overall as the goalkeeper…he logged 614:46 minutes for the Titans in goal, allowing just 11 goals on the season and 1.61 goals per game…he collected 23 saves on the season, while the Titans recorded a mark of 4-3 when he was between the pipes…he pitched a shutout on Oct. 27 in a 1-0 win over UC Irvine, while making six saves.

SOPHOMORE (2011): Bryan played only 7:32 in 2011 vs. UNLV on Sept. 3

FRESHMAN (2010): He became an instant hero late in 2010 with his performance in his only start of that season... With only 8 minutes of collegiate experience, he got the starting call due to an injury to Trevor Whiddon and beat UC Irvine, 2-1, on Nov. 10 in the first round of the Big West Conference postseason tournament... Had 7 saves in that contest... Previous play came when Whiddon was temporarily stunned in the Oct. 27 home match vs. UC Davis, where Bryan gave up the tying goal in what became an overtime win.