Started December 7, 2009 as KCKCC's Head Men's Soccer Coach on February 27, 2012 became Head Men and Women's Soccer Coach, prior I was Assistant Men's Soccer Coach since 2007.
Twenty years as a Kansas City Kansas Police Officer, Ruben holds a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas.
His thirty-seven years of experience as a player prepared him to transition into coaching both Men's Division or Boy's division teams for the past ten years.
Ruben's most priced memory of playing as a young man was his two first place championship wins at the Pike's Peak Invitational Tournament in 1979 and 1980.
As a player Ruben experienced a first place Kansas Division I Men's League Champions, with the Zamora Soccer Club, for 1997, 98 and 99. Also, in 1999 Ruben assisted his team to a first place Kansas State Championship.
He moved into the Assistant coaching position where the team placed 3rd in the Kansas Division I Men's League in 2000 and for the next four years, 2001, 02, 03 and 04 place once again came out on top by placing first in the Kansas Division I Men's League. In 2000, 01, 02 and 03 placed first place in the Kansas State Championship games, advancing to Regional Semi-Finals in 2002 and Regional Championship in 2003.
In 2001 Ruben formed a Zamora Boys team for his son, Eddie, starting with U10 through this year's U18 team. As a coach Ruben has coached his boys team to four League Division first place Championships, a second place finish in the Toyota Heritage Tournament and four first place finishes; 2003 Celtic Cup Tournament, 2004 and 2005 Kansas Governor's Cup Tournaments and 2007 KC Invitational Tournament
Tait Einerson has spent the last 17 years coaching high school soccer in the KC Metro area. He started at Liberty High School in 1995. Then moving to Blue Valley West in 2001 when the school first opened. During the years at Blue Valley West he was an integral part of the program which has had great success winning 4 state championships on the girls side and 1 with the boys.
Besides his experience coaching at the high school level, Einerson has had experience coaching premier club teams which have played in the Midwest Regional League and State Cup.
Einerson played college soccer at Missouri State University. He played his high school soccer at nearby Park Hill where he was all Metro and All State. He played his club soccer for George Derra's UHS Apollos. In addition he played ODP and was on the Missouri State and Region Two team from 86'-88'.