into his vision of the program. He accomplished just that, signing an inaugural class of 12 players in February of 2004 who he felt would be the cornerstone of the program for years to come. A two-year starter on the men’s soccer squad at Shoreline College in Seattle, Wash. (1987-88), Falor transferred to Western Washington in 1989, earning a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and sports psychology in 1992. Falor remained at Western Washington, serving as a graduate assistant coach for both the men’s and women’s soccer teams for two years (1993-94) while earning his master’s in sports psychology in 1995. Falor received his first collegiate head coaching position in 1995 when he was promoted to women’s head coach at Western Washington. He compiled a 56-47-10 mark in six seasons, the second highest win total by a head coach in school history, and helped the Vikings to top-three conference finishes each year. Falor moved to DePaul in 2001 where he assisted in all facets of coaching, including recruiting, travel management, technical and tactical player development, mental skills training, and fundraising. He helped the Blue Demons turn around a struggling program, as DePaul won just three matches prior to his arrival but improved to six in 2001 and 10 in 2002. A native of Seattle, Washington, Falor married the former Camille Anne Beatty in 1992. The couple has two sons, Mason and Elliot, and reside in Lakewood.
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