Coach Paul Regrutto enters his third season as head coach of the CSU-Pueblo women's soccer team in 2015. An alum of CSU-Pueblo, he most recently served as the assistant women's soccer coach at Cal State-San Bernardino, where he helped lead the Coyotes to a 9-7-2 record in 2012 while regularly starting six to eight freshmen. He returns to CSU-Pueblo after a one-year absence.
He was the assistant men's soccer coach with the ThunderWolves under Roy Stanley from 2007-11, and assisted Stanley as an assistant for both the men's and women's programs from 2002-2006. At CSU-Pueblo, he was primarily in charge of the goalkeepers, coaching multiple keepers to All-RMAC awards.
While assisting both programs in his first stint at CSU-Pueblo, he acted as head coach for the men's or women's team 14 times while Stanley helmed both programs. He also successfully recruited the program's all-time goals leader and RMAC All-Century Team member, Robin Hayes, as well as coached CSU-Pueblo all-time goals-against-average leader, all-region selection and CSU-Pueblo Athletics Hall of Famer, Nadia Fercha.
In between stints at CSU-Pueblo, he was the head men's soccer coach at the University of Hawaii-Hilo in 2006.
Also a CSU-Pueblo alum, Regrutto played in 38 games over two seasons with the ThunderWolves from 1998 to 2000, helping lead CSU-Pueblo to its school-record 15-5-1 RMAC Championship season in 1999, when he was a team captain. During the 2000 season, he was an All-RMAC selection, as well. He graduated in 2001 from CSU-Pueblo with a degree in biology.