Coach Bohlmann is the Founder and Director of the Steamboat Academy Soccer Camp. Since 1994 Coach Bohlmann has run the Steamboat Soccer Academy. He holds a USSF “A” License and serves as the Steamboat H.S. Men’s & Women’s Head Coach. Coach Bohlman was honored as the Colorado High School 2006 NSCAA Coach of the Year and serves as Steamboat FC Director of Coaching & Player Development. Coach Bohlmann also received the 2014 Best of the Boat Coach of the Year.
Z Lozano is the director of Zpro Futbol, Colorado's Premier Goalkeeper Training Center. Coach Z is a Former Pro keeper and now keeper coach for more than 10 years. Z also works as a goalkeeping specialist for professional clubs from around the world to train their Professional goalkeepers during their pre-seasons and off sessions.
He has a master's degree in sport and exercise science and he continues to work closely with experts in the field of advanced exercise physiology, sports psychology, and Biomechanics human movement to develop more effective and advanced training programs for the modern goalkeeper. "Our goal is to introduce goalkeepers to a modern training style and new training programs to help keepers meet the demands of the 21st-century game".
For more about Coach Z visit his Zpro profile.
Coach Paul Aigbogun is a retired professional footballer, Sports Administrator and Football Coach/ Manager with considerable experience gained over the course of over 20 years' involvement in Professional Football as a player and coach in such diverse locations as the UK, four Africa, Malta, Canada, Nigeria and the United States.
Coach Aigbogun is currently the head coach of Nigeria Professional Football League side Enyimba and is an internationally ranked soccer coach. He has also coached Nigerian side Warrior Wolves and South African side FC Cape Town.
PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL CAREER
Paul commenced his football playing career in the Irish football League with Dungannon Swifts FC in 1986 for two seasons after which he was signed by Gillingham FC in the English Division 2 in 1988. Paul went on to play for Djerve FC in Norwegian Division 2 (1990 - 1992); Halifax Town FC, English Division 2 ( 1992 - 1993); St. Andrews FC in Malta, Division 1; Porthmadog FC in League of Wales (1998 - 1999); Holywell Town FC in the League of Wales (1999 - 2000) before ending his career in the United States with Nevada Wonders FC between 2003 - 2005.
RECENT COACHING ACHIEVEMENTS
2012- JANUARY. Coach, Nigerian Premier League Representative Team.
2011- JANUARY. Nigerian Premier League Coach of the Month.
2010 – 2011. Coach of the Year, Delta State, Nigeria.
2010 – 2011. Qualification, CAF Confederation Cup.
2012 - 2013 Nigerian Federation Cup Winner (FA Cup).
2012- 2013. 2nd place, Nigerian Premier League, Qualification African Champions League
2013- 2014. 3rd Place, Nigerian Premier League, Qualification, CAF Confederation Cup. (Reaching the last eight of the competition).
2016 Quarter Finals, African Champions League.
J.B. is currently in his 15th year as the Head Women's Coach at Regis University in Denver, CO. He is also the Co-Director of the Regis Soccer Academy. In addition to having coached a number of girl's club squads, Belzer has also spent time with several boy's and girl's Olympic Development Program (ODP) teams. From 1998 to 2001, Belzer served as the Chair on the NCAA II Midwest Regional Rankings Committee and was the National Chair in 2001. Belzer holds both an USC Premier Diploma and a US Soccer National "A" License. Belzer enters his 19th season at the helm if Regis University in 2014 with the 10th most wins in NCAA Division II history. Coach Belzer has more than 250 wins and guided the Rangers to five consecutive NCAA Division II Tournament appearances from 2008-2012, a first in Regis history.
Freddy is currently Assistant Coach for Dixie State University women's soccer team. He was the former head Women’s Soccer Coach at New Mexico St. University and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Freddy Delgado made history in his second season at UALR in 2009, guiding the Trojans to the program's first appearance in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament championship game. The 2009 Trojans also made Sun Belt Tournament history by becoming the first No. 8-seed to knock off a No. 1-seed, scoring a 1-0 overtime victory against Florida International on Nov. 4, 2009.
As a player Freddy was standout at Regis University from 1993-97, Delgado began his coaching career at his alma mater, wherein four years as an assistant coach (1997-2001) he helped guide the women's program to the 1999 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular-season championship and a conference tournament title in 2000. During his time at Regis, Delgado also served on the staff of the Colorado Olympic Development Program from 1997-2001.
Assistant Women’s Coach at the University of Colorado at Boulder and the team’s coordinator of performance analysis and camp operations. Formerly Coach Kelly was the Assistant Women’s Coach at Colorado State University and Regis University.
A native of Steamboat Springs, Colo. where she was a two-time All-State First Team selection for Steamboat Springs High School. She was also a three-time conference Player of the Year and earned first team all-conference honors all four years.
Labor is also currently involved with the Colorado Olympic Development Program as well as with local clubs.
Labor holds her USC Advanced National Coaching license as well as a masters degree in industrial and organizational psychology with a specialization in leadership development.
A native Steamboat Springs, Colo., Labor attended Regis University for one year. While there she was awarded Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year, first-team all-conference, all-tournament and NSCAA second-team all-region.
Labor then transferred to University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV) to complete her undergrad in psychology. The program honored her with the Robin Morlock Award for work ethic, leadership, and dedication. A three-time academic all-Mountain West honoree, Labor helped her team to the regular-season championship in 2007.
Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach at Regis University; USSF “B” License Coach.
Originally from Cortez, Colorado, Presnell graduated from Northern Arizona University with his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in Marketing in 2010.
While at NAU, he founded the NAU Men’s Club Soccer Program and remained President throughout his time at the school. The program is now a self-sustaining non-profit club sports organization with over 40 current members and 100 alumni.
During his time in Arizona, Presnell worked with the Flagstaff, Gilbert and Mesa communities to promote soccer for ages three to 18 through summer camps, youth programs and more.
He also worked as the head soccer coach for the Gilbert Soccer Club and Red Mountain High School, as well as the assistant coach of Mesa Community College since 2010. At the same time, Presnell was the Assistant Director and Curriculum Developer for Arsenal Academy; and since 2012, he was the head coach for ’98 Girls Soccer in the Olympic Development Program.
While coaching in Arizona, he was named Mesa All-City High School Boys Soccer Coach of the Year in back-to-back seasons.
Anthony has also worked as a head coach for the Flagstaff Soccer Club, Director of Operations for NAU men’s soccer and a camp coach for various schools and locations since the beginning of 2006.
He is a currently a member of the United States Soccer Federation with a National “B” License and the United Soccer Coaches (USC), as well as an NAU Golden Axe Member.
Coach Peter Nash oversees the Fort Collins Soccer club U11-U19 girls competitive division of the club, with a focus on player and coach development. Additional responsibilities include coaching the under 13 and under 14 girls Academy teams for the club.
Coach Nash most recently worked for Richmond Strikers in Richmond, VA as both the Director of Travel Soccer and Director of Sport. While in Richmond, Nash’s responsibilities included overseeing the development of players and coaches, implementing training activities and standards, and creating and maintaining club training materials. He holds his USSF A coaching license and was actively involved in the Strikers ECNL program.
Associate Head Coach at Utah State University. Prior to his current role in Utah, Trevor was the Women’s Head Coach at Missouri Southern University and the former Assistant Women’s Coach at the University of Northern Colorado.
Wachsman holds a National "B" license from the United States Soccer Federation, as well as an Advanced National Diploma from the NSCAA. He previously worked as administrative director/staff coach at the Steamboat Soccer Academy in Steamboat Springs, Colo. Wachsman earned his bachelor's degree in exercise science from Fort Lewis College (Colo.) in 2000 and his master's degree in physical education/kinesiology in December of 2002 from Northern Colorado. Coach Wachsman is also Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Dave Cope has been an instrumental part of the Steamboat Soccer Academy since it’s inception in 1994. As an SSA Staff coach for the past 20+ years, he has positively impacted hundreds of players. In 2012, Dave led the Battle Mountain Men's Huskies to a Colorado 4A State Championship Title. The Huskies debatably showed to be one of the most exciting High School Teams to ever play on Colorado soil. They went 20-0, became the first team west of the Eisenhower Tunnel to win a 4A State Soccer Title, and Coach Cope was named the Colorado HS Soccer Coach of the Year. Coach David Cope is a USSF “A” Licensed Coach, an English F.A. Badge Coach, and a USC Premier Badge Coach and is a former Colorado O.D.P. Coach.
Former Head Women’s Soccer Coach at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, Stacy is currently the Head Coach at Green Hope High School in Cary, NC, one of the nation’s top women’s high school programs. The face of the ULM women’s soccer team since the 2001 campaign, Stacy Lamb spent the eight years establishing herself as one of the top coaches in the region after taking the reins of one of the country’s most promising growing programs. Recognized by her peers as one of the top coaches in the profession, Lamb was named Coach of the Year in 2001 – her first season as a Division I head coach – by both the Southland Conference and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. Stacy is a USSF ‘A’ Licensed coach. Stacy is a former All-American player at Less-McCrae College. Her career points and assists totals are still ranked at the top at Lees-McRae. In the fall of 2006, Lamb was named to the CVAC All-Time Women’s Soccer Team.
Fred Delgado Sr.
Former Assistant Coach Arizona Christian University, Fred Delgado Sr. holds a USC National Diploma, and serves as Club Coach at CCV Soccer Club in Phoenix Arizona. Fred Sr. has 30+ years experience coaching at youth, High School, and College levels.
In 2017, Coach Sierra Cardenas was named the head coach of the Colorado State University of Pueblo’s Thunderwolf Pack’s women’s soccer program.
With more than five years of coaching experience, Cardenas most recently was the head coach at Otero Junior College where she guided the Rattlers to NJCAA Region IX Tournament Finals. In just two years, she mentored 14 all-region student-athletes including nine first-team honorees.
A native of Wheat Ridge, Colorado, Cardenas spent two years as the assistant coach at OJC before being named head coach. She received the NJCAA Region IX Coach of the Year. Prior to her time at OJC, Cardenas worked as an assistant coach at Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU) and has coached at both the club and high school levels in the Denver area.
As an athlete, she played four seasons at ENMU and was a two-time team captain. She holds the school record for most goalkeeper wins in a season, most career shutouts, most career minutes played, most career games started and recorded the most shutouts in a single season (6) twice. She was a constant on the athletic honor roll as a student-athlete.
She received her bachelor of science degree in environmental science from ENMU in 2012.
Joseph Eades is the head men’s coach of Colorado Northwestern Community College Soccer Program. Coach Eades is originally from Texas. Coach Eades played at Lon Morris Junior College while majoring in, and receiving an associate of science degree. He then transferred to Louisiana State University in Shreveport and finished his playing career with 4 goals and 3 assists, as well as completing his bachelors of general studies with a concentration in natural sciences and a minor in political science.
Following his graduation from the LSUS, Coach Eades went on to coach club and high school soccer in Beaumont, TX for Liverpool F.C. of America and Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School, respectively. Coach Eades also served as the Assistant Coach and Director of Team Operations for Oxford City F.C. of Texas of the Major Arena Soccer League during the 2014-2015.
Coach Danielle “Dani” Thurman was named the assistant women’s soccer coach at Colorado Mesa University in 2016. Thurman joined the Mavericks after a successful stint at Otero Junior College in La Junta, CO.
Thurman helped lead Otero to a 13-3-2 season record and a first place finish in Region IX and a second place finish at the Regional Tournament.
Thurman played collegiately at Eastern New Mexico in Portales, N.M. She is second all-time in career assists and fourth in career goals for ENMU.
She continued her soccer career in Perth, Australia, where she played for University of Western Australia-Nedlands Football Club, a member the Australian Women’s Premiere League. In 2014, Coach Thurman moved to Queenstown, New Zealand and joined the Queenstown Rovers, a member of the New Zealand Women’s Premier League.
Thurman is from from Albuquerque, New Mexico and earned a Bachelor’s Degrees in University Studies emphasizing in Health and Physical Education and Graphic Design.
Coach Fields Brown is the Assistant Director of Coaching at Arsenal Colorado. Brown has a wealth of experience coaching and being involved in soccer at all levels. He most recently worked for Knoxville Football Club in Knoxville, TN where he served as the Director of Coaching. While in Knoxville, Brown’s responsibilities included developing and implementing a Technical Curriculum for players and coaches, overseeing the coaching staff and implementing extra training opportunities for the club’s competitive players.
Brown has previously served as an assistant coach at Wofford College and Georgia State University. Additionally, he has been involved in the Olympic Development Program in Georgia, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Amanda Raso is the assistant coach for the Fort Lewis College women's soccer program. Raso, who played goalkeeper for the Skyhawks from 2010-13, works primarily with the goalkeepers.
Raso, who is in her third season with the Skyhawks, has earned the NSCAA National Diploma, the NSCAA Level 1 and 2 Goalkeeper Diploma, and the USSF E License.
A four-year letter winner and a two-year starter, Raso earned Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll accolades in 2011, 2012 and 2013. She played in 43 games between the posts, the seventh most all-time in program history. Raso ranks second in the career record books in best winning percentage (.744), third in most wins (26), fifth in most shutouts (11) and best goals against average (.971), and seventh in most minutes played (3,614) and saves (126).
After graduating from Fort Lewis, Raso attended Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. At MSU, she served as the graduate assistant coach for the women's soccer program while working toward her graduate degree in Counseling.
Since 2012, Raso has performed individual personal training sessions for youth goalkeepers and defenders. She has coached numerous youth soccer teams including Durango High School, Durango Youth Soccer Association, and the Greater Wichita Falls Soccer Associations.
Alex Schultz is the graduate assistant coach for the Regis University women's soccer program.
Schultz most recently spent time as a United Soccer League (USL) Soccer Development Intern with Sporting Kansas City in Kansas City, Missouri. Prior to the internship with Sporting Kansas City, Schultz served as the women's soccer student assistant at Division I Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Schultz' coaching experience comes from his days coaching the Colorado Storm FC Boys U12 Premier and U15 Girls Select teams in 2015. Schultz also coached the Fort Collins Soccer Club U13 Arsenal Colorado Boys Blue 01/02 squads from 2014-2015.
From 2013-2015 Schultz was the head coach of the Liberty Commons High School women's junior varsity soccer team. He also served the role of strength and conditioning coach for the team during his time.
Schultz holds NSCAA National Coaching Diploma and USSF National "D" Coaching Licenses.
Travis Yoakum is the Director of Coaching (DOC) for the Vail Valley Soccer Club. Yoakum holds his USSF “A” Coaching License, USYS National Youth License and USC Level 2 Goalkeeper Licenses. He is also currently the Director of the Western Slope Olympic Development Program and evaluator, as well as being one of Colorado Soccer Association’s License instructors.