A member of the TCU soccer program since 1989, Blake Amos is in his tenth year as a Horned Frog coach. The 32-year-old was promoted to associate head coach in May of 2001.
He gained valuable experience competing with the Austin (Texas) Capitals club team from 1986 to 1989, where he learned under the tutelage of former U-20 U.S. National Team Coach Wolfgang Suhnholz. Amos also earned two varsity letters at David Crockett High School.
Amos began his collegiate career at TCU in 1989 as a midfielder for the Horned Frogs. A four-year starter, Amos was a member of the 1990 squad that was just one win shy of reaching the NCAA Tournament. That team tied a school record for victories in a season with 11, and had a goals against average of 1.29. A true leader on the field, he was named a team co-captain his senior year. While playing at TCU, the Austin native accumulated three goals and one assist. In his four seasons, the Frogs registered an overall record of 26-51-4.
Amos joined the Horned Frog soccer coaching staff in 1994 after graduating from TCU with a sports and recreation degree in 1993. In 1995, he also received his master's degree in movement science from the university.
During his time at TCU, Amos has fulfilled many rolls. He handled the day-to-day practice and game coaching duties for the TCU men's soccer team, as well as assisting with the day-to-day operations of the women's team.
A USSF "A" licensed coach, Amos also has been involved with the Olympic Development Program in North Texas and has taught numerous Texas state licensing courses.
He and his wife Sonia, also from Austin, reside in Fort Worth.The couple have two children, a son named Kian and a daughter named Sasha.