Brenton Frame was named an assistant coach for the Cal Lutheran women's soccer program in 2020.
Frame grew up locally, playing for Thousand Oaks High School, leading his team to a Marmonte League Championship as the team captain and leading scorer in 2011. Following high school, Frame continued his education and playing career at Sonoma State University.
Frame began his collegiate career earning honors such as Most Improved Player, All CCAA Tournament Team and SSU’s Freshman Athlete of The Year in 2012. During his time at Sonoma State, Frame totaled 19 goals and 10 assists throughout the regular season. He was featured on the Dean’s List, received the Director’s Award, won multiple all-league selection awards, and was voted Team Offensive MVP for two consecutive years. He graduated with a B.S. degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Philosophy. Following graduation, Frame began working as a Certified Personal Trainer and part time soccer coach.
His first coaching experience was at Technology High School in Rohnert Park, CA as the Head Varsity Soccer Coach. He led the team to the most wins in school history in 2016. His second year of coaching soccer was at Rancho Cotate High School in Rohnert Park, CA. That team finished 18–4, achieving the most wins in school history and made a state semifinal appearance.
In addition to coaching, Frame has played eight years in the National Premier Soccer League. His first 7 years were with the Sonoma County Sol, winning two regional titles, three conference championships, and appearing in two national finals. In 2019, Frame played for the Oxnard Guerreros Football Club and was the leading scorer for his team.
Frame currently coaches boys’ soccer at Eagles Soccer Club and is the assistant soccer coach for girls’ varsity at Westlake High school. The team finished the 2021-22 season as Marmonte League Champions with a record of 15-2-1.