Kyle Schroeder

Kyle Schroeder comes to us after completing six seasons as an assistant coach for Florida International University (FIU). 

The six seasons that Kyle was a part of the FIU coaching staff were six of the most prestigious years in the program’s history. During that time FIU won three conference titles, made one NCAA appearance, and was ranked in the region four of the six years. Success the program had not previously experienced.

Schroeder came to FIU in the fall of 2009 from his alma mater, WKU, where he served as an assistant for the Hilltoppers from 2008-09. He trained defensive units and the goalkeepers, including Soccer Buzz Freshman All-American Libby Stout. Before and during his stint at WKU, Schroeder served as the goalkeeper coach for the SKY Soccer Club. Prior to that, Schroeder spent more than two years working with the Bobby Moffat Soccer camps where he also served as the goalkeepers coach.

As a student-athlete for the Hilltoppers, Schroeder was a four-year letterman and a three-year starter. He was a three-time Missouri Valley Conference Defender of the Week, and in 2004 he was named to the Freshman All-MVC team. He also earned Academic All-MVC honors in 2007.

While at WKU, Schroeder also played with the Kansas City Brass of the United Soccer League Premier Development League where he ranked in the top five in goals against, goals against average and shutouts.
Kyle holds a USSF "C" coaching license.