Luis Creamer is in his second season as the assistant coach of the Fitchburg State men's soccer team.
Creamer, a NSCAA National Diploma holder and USSF Amateur license holder, has been involved in all levels of soccer, including the front office for the New England Revolution from 1997 to 1999.
At the collegiate level, Creamer served as the head coach of Bunker Hill Community College from 1994-2001, leading the Bulldogs to a #11 national ranking and the NJCAA New Enland Championships for three straight seasons.
In addition to his experiences at the collegiate level, Creamer has also served as the Director of Coaching at the Atletico junior futbol club in Chelsea. He has done various volunteer work within the local communities, while also serving as a recruiter for the US national U-14 team.
Creamer, a standout soccer player for Atletico Chalaco, played semi-professional soccer in San Jose de Chiclayo, while also playing in the professional division for Lima, Peru. He continued his career at the collegiate level, leading Salem State College to, two MASCAC Championships and a NCAA New England semi-final berth.
A social worker, Creamer and his children, Louis (23) Stephanie (21) and Matthew (18) live in Worcester, Mass.