Larry Draluck is a Nationally Licensed USSF "A" Level Coach. He began his college soccer career when he accepted a four year scholarship to attend C.S.U. in Los Angeles where he earned his Bachelors Degree in Physical Education. During his senior year, Larry was named Most Valuable Player on a team that went to the NCAA Championship game and was ranked Number One in the Nation.
After his college playing career, Larry went on to play professional soccer for UAG in Guadalajara, Mexico; then returned to the United States finishing up his playing career by being selected to The United States National Maccabiah team that competed in Tel Aviv, Israel, 1985.
A former Division I Head Coach for both Men's and Women's soccer, Larry began his youth coaching career in 1984 when he started the first Girl's team at South Pasadena High School. Over the last 19 years he has remained heavily involved in all levels of youth and club soccer having led his teams to several state championships. Larry has also been a part of Cal South's Olympic Development Program since the program's early days in 1984; his former and current players fill rosters of State, Regional, National, College, as well as Professional Teams.