The Episcopal boys soccer program promotes player development, improving soccer skills, sportsmanship and academic achievement. In addition, the coaching staff strives to encourage a healthy lifestyle and a fun, competitive soccer atmosphere. The team competes in Division IV.
In 2018, the Knights were district champs and advanced to the state semi-finals. Over the course of the program, Episcopal teams have made 22 state playoff appearances. The program has claimed 12 district championship titles, one state runner-up title and one state championship title in 2013.
Head Coach Boys Soccer
Kiran Booluck is originally from London, England. He graduated from Southampton Solent University with a Bachelor of Honors (BA) in football (soccer) studies. Coach Booluck then gained his master’s (MSc) in applied sports psychology at St Mary’s University London before moving to the USA to work for Challengers Sports. He worked in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and Texas before eventually moving to Shreveport, Louisiana. In Shreveport, Coach Booluck worked for CABOSA/ Shreveport United for three years and was the Head Coach for older teams along with heading up the girl’s academy program. In July 2015, Coach Booluck moved to Baton Rouge, where he is currently the Director of Outreach Programs for the Baton Rouge Soccer Club and has been the head coach for multiple BRSC Competitive Teams. Coach Booluck was the Assistant Boys Varsity Coach at St. Amant High School before being appointed the Episcopal Boys Head Coach in June 2017. Coach Booluck is also the 2002 Boys Olympic Development Program (ODP) Head Coach for Louisiana. Coach Booluck currently has a UEFA B license along with numerous NSCAA licenses and certifications including his Director of Coaching Diploma and goalkeeping qualifications.