Coach Brian Haddock is in his third year as head coach at St. John Vianney High School and 15th year with the program where he has amassed a record of 40-14-2 in his two years at the helm of the Griffins and a Class 4 State Championship appearance in 2017. Coach Haddock is also the head coach at Nerinx Hall in the spring and in his 12 years as head coach there, his teams have a record of 206-61-10. He carries a United States Soccer Federation National ‘C’ Coaching license and has been named a St. Louis Regional Coach of the Year 3 times.
Coach Haddock graduated from St. Louis University High School in 1995 and was taught by legendary coach Ebbie Dunn and played for Charlie Martel. He played club ball for the Busch Soccer Club under coaches Jim Bokern(HOF 2005), Mike Gallo(HOF 2013) Jim Guttmann, John Houska (HOF 2010)and Tom DiMaria (HOF 2015). Lettering in both soccer and baseball, Coach Haddock went on to play both sports at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock and St. Louis University and in 1999 he was named as a Gatorade Academic All-American. He graduated SLU in 2000 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems and Marketing and a Master’s Degree in Teaching and Administration. Brian and his wife Lori are active members of the Queen of All Saints Parish in Oakville and have two sons, Braydon (10) and Blake (7). Coach Haddock also coaches his two sons in the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club and played/acted as an English Soccer player in the 2003 movie The Game of Their Lives filmed in St. Louis.