Head Coach Chris Ellis
Coach Ellis graduated from Culver Stockton College in 1993 where he earned his BS in Criminal Justice and later received his Physical Therapist Assistant and Orthopedic Technologist degrees. Coach Ellis was a four year starter at Culver-Stockton and team captain his Junior and Senior seasons.
For the past 20 years Coach Ellis has coached at the high school level and youth programs for both boys and girls. Coach Ellis enters his fourth season as the SCC Men's coach as well as his second season as the SCC Women's coach. Coach Ellis holds his USSF "D" license as well has his NSCAA National Goalkeeper Certification. Currently, Coach Ellis is an assistant director of coaching at East Moline Silvis soccer club.
- 2015 Women's Co-Coach of the Year Region 11
- 2010 - Present @ Scott Community College
- 12 All Conference Men's Team
- 10 All Conference Women's Team
- 7 Academic All Region Men's Team
- 7 Academic All Region Women's Team
- 2011 NJCAA Women's National All-Academic Team
The Ellis File
- 2013- Present
Assistant Director of Coaching EMSSC
Head Women’s Coach Scott Community College
Head Men’s Coach Scott Community College
Moline United Club
Moline High School Volunteer
Rock Island High School Varsity Boys and Girls
UTHS Junior Varsity Boys and Girls
UTHS Freshman Boys
Junior Varsity Orion High School
Assistant Coach Javier Sanchez
Coach Sanchez attended W.I.U in Macomb IL. At W.I.U. he studied Law Enforcement Administration. Coach Sanchez has been involved with soccer for 20+ years. He has coached at all levels of the game from U-7 all the way to the current level at SCC. This is his third year at Scott Community College. He holds a United States Soccer Federation "D" License, National Soccer Coaches Association of America National Goal Keeper Diploma, and an NSCAA Professional Development Certificate.
Assistant Coach Kaitlin Straub
Kaitlin Straub is a graduate of Marceline High School in Missouri where she excelled in multiple sports. After graduation Kaitlin attended Carl Sandberg College to play softball, soccer and then transfered to Indian Hills Community College to compete in soccer. When Kaitlin finised at Indian Hills she remained on staff to work as a Grad Assistant. Kaitlin is extremely motivated and a self starter. She has volunteered as a soccer and softball coach at her local YMCA. She was leading goal scorer at Carl Sandburg College and all region while attending Indian Hills.