Apache Women’s Soccer Coaches

Profile Details

Position: Head Coach
Alma Mater: Missouri Baptist University
Graduation Year: 2010
Phone: 520.439.6859 
Email: petersb@cochise.edu

Bobby Peters comes to Cochise College with over a decade of coaching experience including club and college levels.

Before joining the Apaches, he was the Head Coach for Men’s and Women’s Soccer at Northwest College, Assistant Men’s Coach at Missouri Valley College, and Head Men’s Soccer Coach at East Central College.

While at Northwest College the men’s team went 5-5-2 and made it to the region semifinals, which was the team’s best result since 2013. The women’s team went 0-12-1, which captured the programs first point in 2 years.

As an Assistant Men’s Coach at Missouri Valley College, the Vikings went 40-16-7 and had the 2nd most extended consecutive top 25 ranking in the nation. He also served as the Head JV Coach and amassed a record of 36-2-1. His achievements include the first-ever undefeated conference title, the team’s first ever to visit the National Association of Intercollegiate’s national tournament final site, and players being named as All-Americans each year.

During his tenure, as Head Coach for the East Central College Men’s team in Union, Missouri, he accrued a record of 19-18-1. While there his teams won the Missouri Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAC) title, and the athletic program won the MCCAC academic title.

While enjoying the opportunity to coach great teams and players, his favorite part of coaching is seeing his players succeed professionally. He had a player drafted into the Major League Soccer, and players play in Puerto Rico, Spain, and Australia. He also has many former players that are now successful coaches in college, high school, and clubs all over the world.

Coach Peters has a United States Soccer Federations National License.

Before coaching, Peters played at East Central College and Missouri Valley College. He placed 3rd place in the NJCAA tournament and captained the Missouri Valley Men’s team for two seasons.

He and his wife Tracee have two daughters, Chloe 11 and Bailey 7. He is a graduate of Missouri Valley College with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and has a master’s in sports management from Missouri Baptist University.

Profile Details

Position: Assistant Coach 
Alma Mater: Fort Lewis College
Graduation Year: 2007
Phone: 520.417.4747
Email: moorejen@cochise.edu

Jen Zelinski Moore brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Cochise College soccer program.  Better known as Z, Moore grew up in the greater Salt Lake City and Atlanta areas where she fell in love with soccer at the age of nine.  After a successful high school career, where she helped lead her team to the state finals in both her junior and senior years, Moore continued her career on scholarship at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.  As a Skyhawk, she started all four years as a center back, captained her team as a junior and a senior, and was voted MVP as a sophomore.

Moore’s competitive spirit, combined with her passion for the game, has kept her regularly involved in the sport. Before moving into coaching, she played semi-professional soccer with the Albuquerque Asylum in 2007.  She still competes in both indoor and outdoor adult leagues and stays involved with the game at every opportunity.

Moore was the head girls soccer coach at Bayfield High School in Bayfield, Colorado for the last 12 years, where she immediately turned around the program into a consistent, perennial contender at the state level. She earned the Southwest Soccer Leagues Coach of the Year award on three separate occasions. Her overall coaching record at the high school level is 116-68-15. She was also an assistant boys soccer coach for three seasons and has coached club soccer for 21 years.

While coaching at BHS, Moore also taught physical education, health, and American Sign Language.  The Durango Masonic Lodge voted her the high school Educator of the Year in May of 2019.  Moore has a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Fort Lewis College and a master’s degree in human performance and physical education – coaching from Adams State University.

Moore likes to spend her spare time at the gym, mountain biking, fly fishing, traveling, and hiking.