Patrick Seymour joined UCLA in 2009 as the team's goalkeeper coach. During his five years on staff, the Bruins have won three Pac-12 titles, advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals three times and to the College Cup once (2011). Seymour coached both Brian Perk and Brian Rowe to All-American seasons in 2009 and 2011 respectively. Rowe also led UCLA to a shutout streak of eight games in 2011, which tied the school record. Seymour also helped Earl Edwards Jr. earn honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors in 2012 and first-team All-America honors in 2013.
As the head goalkeeper coach for the Cal-South ODP program and member of the goalkeeping staff for the Region IV ODP program, Seymour has worked with many of the top goalkeepers in the West. Over 10 years, he has trained and helped develop over a dozen youth national and regional team members and won three national titles with his teams.
Seymour is also the head goalkeeper coach coach for the Galaxy Alliance soccer club and has worked with Santa Clarita United, Santa Monica United and the Westside Breakers. He also coached the soccer team and currently serves as an associate professor in the Kinesiology department at Santa Monica College.
Seymour played at Chico State from 1997-99 and graduated in 2000 with a degree in Political Science. During his senior season, he helped lead his team to a Top 20 national ranking. As a youth player growing up in the San Francisco area, he played in three State Cup finals and was a member of the Cal-North ODP state pool from 1994-1997.
Seymour holds both a USSF national and goalkeeping national license and, along with his Bachelor's degree, holds a Master's degree in Exercise Science.