Tony Reis

    Tony Reis 
    Title:    Head Coach
    Phone: 508.759.7711  EXT 257
    E-Mail: treis@uppercapetech.org 


    Biography: Coach Reis completed his sixth season as the head coach of the Upper Cape Cod Tech High School boys soccer team in the fall of 2018. They have qualified for the MIAA Division 4 tournament all six years since he took over. Their best showing in the state tournament under his leadership was in 2015 as they made it into the second round. UCT's best regular season record to date under Reis was also in 2015 as they finished with 11 wins 4 losses 3 ties. The Rams boys soccer program have also captured at least a share of the Mayflower Athletic Conference-Small Division regular season championship three times. Their six year accumulative league record is 30 - 7 - 5 (.774)
    Coach Reis has the following coaching credentials:
    USSF  E  License
    NSCAA Level 6 Diploma
    MIAA/MSSAA Certified Coach
    NFHS Certified Interscholastic Coach
    NSCAA  Goalkeeping  Level 2  Diploma 
    Reis is a former certified referee of 26 years, 1990 - 2015; 21 at the collegiate level. He has officiated United States Soccer Federation club and mens league matches along with working high school soccer games as a member of the Whaling City Soccer Officials Association for ten years. In 1996 he was one of fifteen USSF Massachusetts referees chosen to referee at the United States Youth Soccer Region I Tournament in New York. He officiated the MIAA Division 3 high school boys soccer state semi-final tournament game in 1999. He was the center referee for the 2003 and 2005 New England Region Junior College mens soccer championship finals. He was a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I II III mens and womens soccer referee from 1995 - 2015, for the National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association. He has officiated numerous conference tournament, ECAC tournament and NCAA tournament matches as a center referee and as a linesman.
    Reis played competitive futebol for 14 years at the youth, club, high school and amateur mens levels, mostly in Taunton. He played four years of club soccer for the Taunton Sports SC U19 team. He was a two year starter at Taunton High School and was selected to the Old Colony League All-Star team in his senior year as he was the team's second leading goal scorer in the fall of 1987. He also played two seasons, usually as a substitute, for FC Luis de Camoes from Stoughton, who competed in the second division of the then popular LASA league; (Luso American Soccer Association).