TREBOL SOCCER CLUB
P.O. Box 895
Lafayette, CO 80026-9328
800 Jefferson Avenue Louisville, CO 80027
Trebol Soccer Club's
Marcelo is a native of Cerritos, California. After playing in college at San Diego State University, Marcelo became a key member of the American defense in the 1990 and the 1994 FIFA World Cups. He was named U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year in 1992 and again in 1994. In 1995, he became the first U.S. national player to earn 100 caps.
Marcelo played for Leon in the Mexican League in 1995 and 1996, before signing with Major League Soccer Colorado Rapids. Marcelo played six seasons for the Rapids and is the team's all-time leader in many statistical categories. In 1998, he became one of the first U.S. players to have played in three World Cups.
Marcelo ended his playing career with 128 caps and 13 goals, and his MLS career
with 24 goals and 23 assists in 152 games. In 2005, Marcelo was named to the MLS All-Time Best XI. He was also elected to the National Soccer Hall of Fame on the first ballot. Marcelo is known for his bicycle kick goal for the Rapids in 2000 against the Columbus Crew.
As Trebol's Executive Director Balboa will continue to serve on the Colorado Youth Soccer Board of Directors and the United States Soccer Federation Athletes Board, as well as his soccer broadcasts on radio and television. Balboa's dedication, work ethic and highly-regarded international, national and local status as an outstanding player, coach, and soccer analyst was set early on by his family, club and community environments.
Director of Coaching
Pancho is a native of Huehuetan, Chiapas, Mexico. He played soccer professionally in Mexico in 1976 and 1977. He was a professional member of Futbol Sala from 1978-82. He received his “A” license certification from the Mexican Futbol Federation and coached for the Chalco professional team and Ibero Americana College.
He moved to Lafayette in 1988. He works for the City of Lafayette as a recreational youth soccer instructor. From 1991 to 1996 he coached for the Guadalajara Soccer Club in Denver. Pancho founded Lafayette’s Pee Wee soccer program for children ages 4-5 and Tiny Tyke program for three-year-olds.
Pancho founded Trebol Soccer Club in 1996 and has continued to serve as Trebol’s Director of Coaching since that time. Pancho holds a “C” license with USYSA.
Karen, a Boulder County native, has worked with kids and soccer for 20 years. Starting as a volunteer for the City of Lafayette Pee Wee Soccer program in 1993, she is now a youth sports supervisor for the city. Karen assisted in developing the Lafayette’s Pee Wee and
Tiny Tyke soccer program.
Karen is an original founder of Trebol Soccer Club. She began working with Trebol as the club registrar and volunteer coach of several teams. She then moved into the role of Assistant Coaching Director for developmental and intermediate teams. Currently Karen is a member of the CYS Recreational Committee. Her role with Trebol is Operations Director. Karen holds a “D” license with USYSA.
Head of Youth Development
Temo was born in Boulder and grew up in Lafayette playing his youth soccer for Pancho Hansen and the Trebol Soccer Club. After four years at Centaurus High School, Temo went on to play soccer at the collegiate level at three different universities before finishing up at the University of Montevallo in Alabama.
In 2007 at Montevallo, the Falcons made it all the way to the NCAA Final Four. After college, Temo became the Head of Youth Development for Trebol, and he currently holds the same position.
Temo holds a "D" license with USYSA.
Director of Coaching - Boys Teams
Josh Shemroske started playing soccer at age 6. He played Recreation League soccer from age 6-11.
Josh moved to playing goalkeeper his sophomore year at High Mowing School, Wilton NH.
During the fall of 1998, as a junior, Josh was the leading scorer and played center midfield. He received Best Offensive player honors fall 1999. As a senior he played striker, was team captain, and lead-scorer with MVP honors.
4 years of Warren Wilson College soccer
2002-2003 Warren Wilson College goalkeeper and MVP honors
Director of Coaching - Girls Teams
Taylor grew up in Portland, Oregon. His club soccer team was the Oregon State Cup Champions in 2003 and made it to the semi-finals in Regionals (Region IV). In 2004, he was asked to attend BRUSA Academy, a month-long intense training in Brazil with top players from the West Coast who were invited to participate. He played Oregon ODP from 2004 - 2007. In 2008, Taylor's high school team was the 6A state champions. Taylor received his bachelor’s degree in Economics at Pacific University in Oregon, where he was a four-year starter in defense.
Taylor began coaching various age groups and levels in 2007 with a club in Oregon. He also co-directed summer soccer camps at Pacific University from 2008 - 2011. He also coached Portland Timbers High School Residency Camp from 2010 - 2012. Taylor currently resides in Erie, assists the Trebol Amigos Soccer Program, and is Trebol's Director of Coaching for Girls Teams.
Taylor holds a “D” license with USYSA.
Originally from Marlton, New Jersey, Kevin started playing Rec League soccer at age 5, progressing into the competitive club teams at age 9. As a midfielder and striker, his youth development included selections into the SJSL Area-Select and State-Select teams within the NJ Olympic Development Program. Playing for Cherokee High School, Kevin transitioned to goalkeeper and received all-conference recognition and attention from college coaches in his new position.
Kevin played goalkeeper for Div. III powerhouse Elizabethtown College (PA) under Regional Coach of the Year, Skip Roderick (NCAA National Champions: '89; NCAA Regional Champions: '90, '91, '92; and Middle-Atlantic Conference Champions: '90, '91, '93). After college, he became the Goalkeeper Coach and then Acting Men's Head Coach at Baldwin-Wallace College (OH). During this time, he also played 3rd backup 'keeper to Bill Andracki in the Cleveland Crunch (NPSL) reserve system.
Kevin is a former boys' U12 coach (Boulder), and currently coaches his son in the U9 Lafayette Rec program.
Outside of soccer, Kevin is a seasoned college administrator and educational leader, currently working as the Dean of School Culture at Flagstaff Academy in Longmont, and has a dual master's degree in Higher Education Administration and College Student Development. He is also an avid marathoner and triathlete, working on finishing a marathon in every state before he turns 50.