Starting his third season with the team, Darius Qualls has added a large amount of coaching experience from the junior college, high school and club levels to the Tigers.
The head coach at Prince George’s Community College for two years, he joined the Tiger coaching staff in the spring of 2006. In his two seasons as the head coach at Prince George’s, Qualls led the team to a combined record of 19-15. In 2003, he was the team’s co-head coach as PGCC had a 12-7-1 record. Qualls was the team’s assistant head coach in 2002 when Prince George’s had a record of 12-6-1.
From 2000 to 2002, Qualls was the varsity head soccer coach at BishopMcNamaraHigh School in Forestville, Md. In 1999, he was an assistant coach at GwynnParkHigh School.
In addition, he coached a number of Select Club teams in Fort Washington, Md. for six years. He coached both the boys and girls teams in three different age groups.
He also spent two years as the head coach of the Maryland State District Development team as he coached the Boys Under-15 program.
From 1997 to 2000, he was the assistant coach for the Fort Washington Blue Devils in the National Capitol Soccer League.
He was also the head soccer coach of the Accokeck Sports and Recreation Association from 1991 to 1996.
Qualls is retired from the Prince George’s County Police Department after over 20 years of service. He played college soccer at Prince George’s Community College and UMBC. He was a member of the PGCC soccer team in 1980 and 1981. He played for the Retrievers in 1982 and 1983.