Coach Jose “Coco” Jarin brings over 30 years of coaching experience with 20 years at the collegiate level. He began his coaching career at Sweetwater High School where the team won 10 Consecutive league titles and Two CIF Championships. He coordinated at Southwestern JC for two years before relocating to Claremont. He coordinated the defense at Mt. Sac for six years including their National Title Winning Team in 1997. From 1997-2003 Jarin served as the defensive coordinator at Mt. San Antonio. Following his six-year stint at Mt. Sac, Jarin become the special team's coordinator at the University of La Verne from 2004-2005. Since 2005, Jarin has coordinated the defensive operations for Pasadena City College. Coach Jarin returned to the University of La Verne coaching staff as the Leopard linebacker coach. Coach Jarin is presently on Centennial High School football staff. Coach Jarin is the founder of TAKEAKNEE.
Ventson attended Michigan State and in the 1990 NFL draft was picked by the New England Patriots. He came to Regina in 1992 played defensive back for the roughriders for 8 years.
Ventson is the Executive Director and Owner of EPIC Coaching Solutions, which is an organization that is dedicated to providing life skills and motivational tools to assist individuals in overcoming life’s obstacles and to remain aligned with the real you. These tools are also beneficial in promoting a positive life balance in order to achieve your life goals and dreams.
As a certified Life Coach, motivational and inspirational instructor, Ventson is committed to working with all demographics of our population. He has spent the past eight years working for the Government of Saskatchewan in equipping and assisting troubled youth and adults with the tools to realign themselves with their morals and values to reach their goals and optimal potential to be successful in their lives.
He attended Rainer Beach High School in Seattle, WA (C/O 1999) where he participated in varsity football as a linebacker and defensive end. After graduating high school, Coach Tuiaana attended Citrus College (2000) and Mt. San Antonio College (2001). Coach Tuiaana was an All-Conference Defensive lineman for both Foothill and Mission Conferences. Coach Tuiaana played professionally in the Arena Football League (AFL 1) as a Nose Tackle and Center.
Coach Tuiaana spent the last three years at Bishop Amat High School in La Puente, CA coaching the Offensive and Defensive Line. Coach Tuiaana and his organization Proj3ct Elite have been providing off-season lineman training and traveling to do educational symposiums and camps for all athletes for the last 5 years
Krich grew up in Cambria, Calif., and graduated from Coast Union High School before attending Colorado Mesa. He received his bachelor's degree from Colorado Mesa in Human Performance & Wellness and earned a master's degree from Fort Hays State in Health, Physical Education and Recreation
Krich and the coaching staff were named the 2015 SCIAC Coaching Staff of the Year and La Verne landed a total of 14 players on the All-SCIAC Teams, including seven on the First Team.
In his initial season with the Leopards in 2011, Krich made an immediate impact as La Verne posted a 4-5 record including a 3-3 record in the SCIAC. The four overall wins matched the win total of the previous four seasons (2007-10).
Krich came to La Verne from Millikin (Ill.) University, where he completed five seasons as the team's defensive coordinator. In 2008, the Big Blue defense ranked ninth nationally in Division III in interceptions with 20 and finished . He served as defensive backs and wide receivers coach at Millikin from 1998-2000, and returned to the Big Blue in 2006. In addition to his defensive coordinator duties, Krich also coached the defensive backs and served as the football program's coordinator of academic support.
Coach Tai Seti attended and graduated from Carson High School in Carson, CA (C/O 2000) where he participated in varsity football as a defensive lineman where he earned All Marine League Conference. After graduating high school, Coach Seti attended East Los Angeles College (2000) and Compton Community College (2002). Coach Seti was an All Western State Conference First Team Region selection as a defensive lineman and was also selected to the 2003 JC Commission on Athletics (JCCOA) All American Team (Second Team) and to the 2003 JC Iron-Man All American Team (First Team).
Afterwards, Coach Seti attended Temple University in Philadelphia, PA (2003) where he played defensive line. Coach Seti also attended and played defensive line at Lincoln University of Missouri in Jefferson City, MO.
Coach Seti started his coaching career at St. Anthony High School in Long Beach, CA as the varsity Offensive/Defensive lineman coach. Coach Seti also coached the youth level with the I.E Ducks and the Eastvale Mustangs. Coach Seti is currently the lineman youth coach for Winner Circle Athletics.
Coach Joe Lipano was born and raised in Leilehua, Hawaii. Coach Lipano attended Leilehua High School (C/O 2004) where he participated in varsity football as an Offensive lineman. After graduating high school, Coach Lipano attended Pasadena City College (2009-2011) and Riverside Community College (2011-2013) where he played offensive lineman.
Currently Coach Lipano is the freshman and varsity offensive lineman coach at Los Alamitos High School.