Justin Lundin enters his fourth season at the helm of the COC women's soccer program. Lundin has recorded winning seasons in each of his first three years as head coach and led the women to their first Western State Conference Championship in seven years. In 2011 he was named Western State Conference Coach of the Year.
Prior to accepting the position as head coach, Lundin split duties between both the men's and women's programs as an assistant coach under former head coach women's coach and now men's head coach Philip Marcellin.
One year removed from high school, he became the assistant coach for the boy's varsity team at Frazier Mountain High School. In two seasons with FMHS he helped lead the program to back-to-back playoff appearances, the first in school history. Lundin also spent three years at Hart High School coaching for the boy's program, winning the Foothill league twice. Lundin also coaches the AC Milan Academy U17 girl's team.
Lundin is a graduate of California State University, Northridge, where he earned a bachelor's degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in physical education, and a master's degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in exercise physiology.
Lundin resides in Canyon Country with his wife Susan and their two daughters, Grace and Anneliese.