Jason Prenovost has been hired as Tacoma Community College’s new athletic director. Prenovost comes to TCC from Highline Community College where he has more than 15 years of administrative and coaching experience. In 2012, he became the all-time winningest men’s soccer coach for the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC).
Jason has been awarded the NWAACC Coach of the Year award, and raised friends and funds for student athletes. He has held administrative positions as Director of Marketing and Communication and as Director of Outreach for Highline. Jason brings a commitment to professional values and integrity and will provide exceptional leadership to TCC’s athletics program.
He will join Tacoma Community College on January 27.
Coach Prenovost began his career at Highline Community College as a player in 1988. After playing two years at Highline, he was among the first recruiting class to receive a scholarship to attend and play for Hawaii Pacific University.
At HPU, Prenovost was a two-year starter finishing out his collegiate career in 1992 and graduating with Bachelor Degrees in Marketing and International Business in the spring of 1993. In August of 1994, at the age of 24, Prenovost took over the Highline soccer program, as an Interim Head Coach. That first season was capped by his peers voting him the 1994 Northern Divisional Coach of the Year, an honor that he has received 6 additional times. In 2004, he was voted NWAACC coach of the year after guiding Highline to its first NWAACC Soccer Title.
His overall career mark is 274-89-63, making him the All-Time Winningest Men’s Soccer Coach in the history of the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges, NWAACC. His teams have produced 16 straight winning seasons, 15 straight playoff appearances, 8 Division Titles, 7 Final Four appearances and in 2004 the NWAACC Championship.
Coach Prenovost was named as an assistant coach to the Sounders U23 squad for the 2012 Premier Development League season. He is married to his wife of 15 years Suzanne and has three sons Zachery, Conner, and Nate. Jason has a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) B License and holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership.