U11-U14 Tualatin Sherwood Coaches for 2014-15
Posted Apr 22, 2014

Copa is the first team in each age group; Samba is the second team; Mundial is the third team. This is the coaches list for Tualatin Sherwood.

Coaches are subject to change.


Age           Team                               Coach

U11          B03 Copa TS                   Chris Woodburn

U12          B02 Copa TS                   Andy Laveine & Manfred

U13          B01 Copa TS                   Monte Hampton

U14          B00 Copa TS                   Stuart Hoiem                                               


Age           Team                               Coach

U11          G03 Copa TS                  Gabe Tatz

U11          G03 Samba TS                AR Sutton

U11          G03 Mundial TS              Trevor Owens

U12          G02 Copa TS                  Ignacio (Nacho) Olvera

U12          G02 Samba TS               Brian Speer

U12          G02 Mundial TS              Kelly Holloway

U13          G01 Copa TS                  Carl Ruggiero      

U14          G00 Copa TS                  Shane Bangs

U14          G00 Samba TS               Ron Sarazin

U14          G00 Mundial TS              Chris Giles

Coach Biographies - listed alphabetically

Shane Bangs served as Assistant Coach in 2012/2013 for the Westside-Timbers TS U12 girls Samba team who finished as OPL State Cup semi-finalist. In 2011/2012 he served as the Assistant Coach for the Tualatin-Metros Toros U11 girls’ team who also finished as OPL State Cup semi-finalist. Shane grew up in St. Paul, MN and played youth soccer for the Blackhawks Soccer Club. He spent five years playing under head coach Buzz Lagos winning three Minnesota State Cup Championships. Coach Lagos would later spend 16 years as the head coach for the Minnesota Thunder men's professional team. Shane also played collegiately at Oregon State University under head coach and former Portland Timber, Jimmy Conway.

Ben Durano  has been coaching youth soccer for more than 16 years, and is currently the Women's Varsity Coach at Sunset High School.  Ben was the Metro League Coach of the Year.  He holds a USSF "D" license and NSCAA national coaching diploma.

Chris Giles possessing an almost limitless passion for soccer and developing young players, Chris’s relentless positivity and enthusiasm for coaching seem to increase every year.  A strong believer in “technique before tactics”, coach Giles has spent 15 years building better players by improving  their fundamental skills as well as educating them on the game concepts and tactical elements of soccer.  Coach Giles has fostered tremendous growth in players at Rec, youth club, and High School level teams (boys and girls). Chris holds both his USSF "E" and National Level “D” license, and will complete his US Soccer Federation “C” level certification in spring 2014.

Monte Hampton, (USSF “D” License, Attending “C” in May) has served as the U13 Girls Copa Assistant Coach, assisting them to a FWRL Regional berth and a State Cup run in U13G Premier.  He is also serving as the Interim Director of the Sherwood PDP program and the Director of Sherwood Spring Academy. He grew up in Tigard, played for Tigard High School and continues to play into his adult life. He is currently playing for Providence in the Corporate Cup as well as other adult teams. He has coached multiple levels of girls and boys soccer over the last 10 years.

Kelly Holloway has a USSF D license, attended a Coerver coaching youth diploma course, and has attended multiple youth module trainings. Kelly has been coaching for several years including the Sherwood Player Development Program - helping to build a strong competitive program.

Andy Laveine has tremendous experience as both a player and a coach. He is a former player for Tigard High School and George Fox University (GFU) winning a NCCAA National Championship with the Bruins in 1988. Andy was an NAIA Player of the year, a NCCAA All-American and has been inducted into the GFU Hall of Fame. Post College, Andy played for the Salem Surge (USISL) and was a reserve player for the Portland Pride (CISL).  Andy has also spent a considerable amount of time playing in local leagues and tournaments including the Oregon Premier Soccer League (OPSL) winning championships in 1999/2000 and 2004/2005. His formal coaching experience dates back to the early 80s with coaching positions at Pacific Soccer School, Newberg High School, George Fox University, and more recently with Newberg Soccer Club.  Andy has been engaged with youth soccer for over 20 years and has received invaluable mentoring from multiple “A” and “B” license coaches over the years. (USSF 'D' License)

Ignacio Olvera  (bio coming soon)

Trevor Owens grew up playing for clubs in Texas, Colorado, California, and Oregon. As a 4 year varsity player he received the Army Scholar Athlete award and State Honors for Soccer. He has been coaching for 8 years gaining a National E and National D license. He works with the Tualatin Soccer Club filling many roles including coaching new or struggling rec coaches, field coordination, and registration. He also works with the Sherwood PDP program as a U10 Boys and Girls coach as well as being the Boys Golf Coach at Tualatin High School.

Stan Rodrigues - Westside Timbers at Tualatin Sherwood Director of Coaching - Stan has been involved in coaching in Oregon for more than 16 years and has been on the coaching staff at Westside Metros for the last 12 years. He has his "C" license as well as his USSF adult coaching license and NSCAA Goal Keeper level IV and V licenses.

Stan coached Westside Metros teams to many league and state cup top results.  His U17G Fury team won the Inaugural Oregon Premier League State Cup in 2011 and was ranked as high as 32nd in the nation.  His 2009 U15B SWAT was the President's Cup Regional Wild Card Team. In 2010 they were state quarterfinalist. His U16B team finished in second place in the premier division in 2003. He continued to coach them at U17 when they were the Oregon State Cup finalist and US Club Regional finalist. He coached the Galaxy the 2008 State Cup Champions at U18G and U19G and a Far West regionals quarterfinalist at U19.

Stan was the assistant varsity coach for the Tualatin High School girls’ soccer team, the 2002 girl’s state champions. Stan previously coached and was the General Manager of the WPSL Portland Rain, and was the WPSL's 2009 Coach of the Year. Stan was the former the Head Women’s coach at Clark Community College in Vancouver that made NWAACC quarterfinals in 2011.

Stan’s teams have won or placed in prestigious tournaments over the years including the Disney Showcase, Las Vegas College Coaches Showcase, Surf Cup and many more. Many players that Stan has coached have gone on to play collegiately and professionally.

Carl Ruggiero (bio coming soon)

Ron Sarazin
coached at Oregon Crossfire Southside for 20 years and both Tigard and Tualatin High schools in their JV programs prior to joining Westside Timbers Tualatin Sherwood.  With Southside, several of Ron’s teams won the Director’s Cup, the President’s Cup, and participated in the quarter or semi-finals of the State Cup. His 2011 U12 girls team won State Cup.  Most recently, Ron ran the girls side of the U8-U10 Southside Youth Academy.  Ron holds his USSF National ‘D’ license.

Gabe Tatz "Coach Gabe Tatz brings a wealth of coaching experience to the club, entering his fifth season with the Westside Timbers. Gabe has coached at a variety of levels within the club, including the state-champion and regional semi-finalist G97 Copa TS, G02 Samba TS and G00 Mundial TS. Coach Tatz has also served as the associate director of goalkeeping for Westside Timbers at Tualatin-Sherwood, in previous years. In addition to coaching club soccer, Gabe has spent the previous four seasons with both the boys and girls soccer programs at Tualatin High School, serving as the goalkeeper coach, JV head coach and varsity assistant coach. Gabe Tatz has coached with and been mentored by a number of USSF "A" licensed and collegiate level coaches. Gabe played his youth club soccer locally for T.T.S. Soccer Club and was an all-state goalkeeper at Tualatin High School before continuing his soccer career at Concordia University in Irvine, CA. Coach Tatz is continually advancing his knowledge of the game by gaining his coaching licenses with the United States Soccer Federation."

Manfred Tschan in 20 seasons, Manfred coached George Fox University to two NCCAA national titles, two NAIA District 2 titles, one NAIA Area 1 championship, and one Northwest Conference Crown. As an assistant coach in 1988, he helped lead the Bruins to their first NCCAA title. He was co-head coach in 1989, then spent 18 years as head coach, compiling a record of 187-163-21. The Bruins made the NCCAA playoffs twice (1989-90), winning District 8 and national championships in 1990 with a 21-3-1 (.860) record and setting Bruin marks for wins and winning percentage. The Bruins made the NAIA playoffs six times (1990-93, 1996-97), winning District 2 crowns in 1990 and 1993, the Area 1 title in 1993, and playing in the NAIA National Tournament in 1993. From 1991-98, George Fox was ranked in the NAIA Top 25 at some point in six of those years. The Bruins were Northwest Conference champions in 1995 and finished second twice. He was NAIA District 2 and NAIA Area 1 Coach of the Year in 1993. Nine of his players were All-Americans, 11 went on to play professional soccer, and one made it to the National Football League as a placekicker. Previously Manfred coached the first women’s varsity soccer team at the U. of Oregon (ranked #4 by “Soccer America” in 1981) and started the men’s program at Concordia (Ore.). Tschan had a 25-year record of 251-192-29, and ranked in the top 50 among all coaches at the NCAA Division III level for career wins. (Swiss “National B” License in 1979 and NSCAA “Advanced National” Diploma in 2000)

Chris Woodburn grew up learning and playing soccer in various clubs and schools in South and Central Texas; Brazos Valley and College Station Club. He moved to Oregon to attend OSU, and after graduating in ’96 he moved to Redmond WA where he coached for one year at Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association before moving back to Oregon. He played keeper and mid-field for Nike SUFC Division 1 and 2 teams from 1997 – 2001. During his time with Nike he was able to play in a factory tournament in Laakdal Belgium, for the Nike Warehouse. Chris has coached at various clubs and levels in the Tigard and Sherwood areas. He currently enjoys playing keeper on various teams in the Portland Metro. Chris holds a National D license.