Archbishop John Carroll High School has a new head coach for its Boys Soccer team.

Former Denver Dynamos professional soccer player Kendall Walkes will take the helm of the team in the Fall of 2019.

“Coach Walkes is an experienced, driven leader who connects extremely well with his student-athletes,” said Carroll Athletic Director Tom Quintois.  “His strong character combined with a broad coaching background, perfectly align with our vision and goal.”

The current coach at Philadelphia Union Pre-Academy and PDP Coach of YSC Sports, Union Juniors, Walkes’ experience includes:

  • Technical Director of Trinidad & Tobago National program
  • Technical Director of U.S. Virgin Islands National Program
  • Head Coach, West Chester University
  • EPYSA ODP Head Coach
  • Head Coach Trinidad & Tobago National U23s
  • Head Coach of Carib Peterborough FC, Premier Division Trinidad & Tobago
  • Signed First Professional Contract, Denver Dynamos, NASL
  • 56 International Caps for Trinidad & Tobago

“It’s an honor and pleasure to accept the position as head coach at a reputable school as is Archbishop Carroll.  The Patriot soccer program has been a positive reputation in our community.  I view the opportunity to shape the lives of some excellent young men through sport as a privilege and a challenge I am eager to begin.”