Charlie Breit is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Wisconsin Lutheran College women's soccer team. He will serve as goalkeepers coach for the Warriors.
Breit is currently a varsity assistant coach for the boys and girls teams at Muskego High School, where the Warriors have qualified for the WIAA Girls State Soccer Tournament each of the past four years, including winning a Classic 8 Conference championship in 2017. He previously coached for two seasons (2013-2014) as an assistant for the girls varsity team at West Bend East.
Brett is also the Director of Soccer at Camp All-Star, a multi-sport summer camp in Maine. He has held coaching posts with the Washington County Football Club and Pro Soccer Systems soccer camps.
Breit played for two seasons at UW-Washington County, where he played both goalkeeper and striker. He was selected as WCC Goalkeeper of the Year in 2013 and was named Second Team All-WCC in 2014. Breit recorded 11 shutouts, 63 saves, and allowed just four goals. He also scored 14 goals and distributed seven assists. The Wildcats were crowed regular season (2014) and conference tournament champions (2013) in his two seasons with the squad.
Breit attended West Bend West High School where he played goalie and was an Honorable Mention All-Wisconsin Little Ten selection for the Spartans in 2012. He led the conference in save percentage, shutouts, and fewest goals allowed that same year.
He currently resides in his hometown of West Bend.