|Title:||Assistant Coach (2nd Season)|
|Previous College:||Cal Lutheran '83|
Bruce Myhre enters his second season as an assistant with El Camino College in 2019. He was announced as an assistant coach for Mike Jacobson's inaugural staff for the 2018 season. Myhre brings with him decades of prior coaching experience at multiple levels.
Myhre served as the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Head Coach for seven years from 1986-1993. Myhre led the Stags to two first place finishes in conference.He was an assistant coach for one season at El Camino College. He has also coached at Palos Verdes High School for over fifteen seasons. Myhre has won two CIF state titles, Two Pioneer League championships, and two Bay League Championships. He was the CIF Coach of the year in back-to-back seasons and Daily Breeze Coach of the Year in the 2005/06 and 2006-07 season. Myhre has also coached at Peninsula High School and Rolling Hills Prep School. Myhre has also coached at multiple club soccer programs in the area from the Upland Celtics, LA Galaxy South Bay, South Bay Soccer Club, Coastal Quest Soccer Club, Manhattan Beach Soccer Club, Fram Soccer Club, and Palos Verdes Soccer Club. At Manhattan Beach Soccer Club, Myhre coached current professional soccer player Kei Kamara.
Myhre was a four-year standout player at Cal Lutheran University from 1979-1983. Myhre was the team MVP and all-conference in his four years at Cal Lutheran. He was also named a NSCAA Far West All-American in his sophomore, junior, and senior seasons.
After his collegiate career ended, Mhyre played one season professionally for the Conejo Aztecs.