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Welcome to GCU Flag Football Club 

The GCU Flag Football Club is a fast-paced, competitive team that is quickly becoming a popular club sports program on campus, and has stepped up its level of success within the past year. In the fall of 2018, the Lopes reached the postseason of their league for the first time ever, then this past spring, followed that up with another playoff appearance.

The GCU Flag Football Club provides an opportunity for students to build community and enhance their college experience while competing on one of our flag football teams. Players learn to communicate and build a team culture that improves their individual skills and team synergy. 

Each team will practice multiple times per week, allowing players to obtain new skills and improve upon old ones while helping teammates achieve success to become a better unit. GCU Flag Football is excited for the future of the program, and welcomes any student to try out for our fun, competitive team!

Pay your Flag Football Club dues here.

GCU Flag Football Club Schedules

Showing 2020-2021

Day Date   Opponent/Details Location Time Score
No Results for 2020-2021


Showing 2020-2021

Day Date   Opponent/Details Location Time Score
No Results for 2020-2021

GCU Flag Football Club Roster

  • Tyler Henry
  • Olaiya Adeyemi
  • Kyler Gargan
  • Joshua Primrose
  • Nathan Murrell
  • Trenton Parthemore
  • Dylan Sanchez
  • Kalani Inez
  • Michael Wilson
  • Christian Abel
  • Walter Medina
  • Nathan Whipp
  • Anthony Ramirez
  • Ruben Ruvalcaba

GCU Flag Football Club Coaching Staff

Justice Guerrero

Student Head Coach
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Justice Guerrero starts his first full season as the student head coach of the Grand Canyon University Flag Football program after taking over the program at the start of the 2019 spring semester. Upon taking over the program in January, Guerrero promptly led the Lopes to their first-ever playoff appearance in spring football.

Guerrero is in the midst of his junior year at GCU, majoring in Psychology with an emphasis in Sports Performance, and expects to graduate in the fall of 2020. A native of Prunedale located in the center of Monterey Bay in northern California, Guerrero started playing flag football at the age of eight. From there, Guerrero moved on to star in tackle football at North Monterey County High School, earning varsity letters for three years playing a multitude of positions on both sides of the ball, and earning All-Monterey Bay League honors at defensive back all three seasons. 

Guerrero also played baseball and basketball at NMCHS, and also ran track, something he’d continue to do at Monterey Peninsula College, running in both 200- and 400-meter races. Guerrero then served his country in the United States Army for 2 ½ years, reaching private first class in the airborne infantry division.

Guerrero will continue to help the Lopes on the field as a player while trying to lead them to their second straight postseason berths in both the fall and the spring in 2019-20.