Where are they now - Chad Bodnar
Walla Walla Women’s Soccer-Head Coach, 2003-2013
Eastern Washington University-Head Coach, 2014-Present
Amassed a 210-15-11 record in ten seasons with Walla Walla's women's team, winning three Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges championships and nine East Region titles. The Warriors went undefeated for the first time in program history in 2010, finishing with a 20-0-2 mark an route to its second consecutive NWAACC title. They followed that up with another unbeaten mark in 2011, winning their third straight conference championship with a record of 23-0-1. Walla Walla CC appeared in the NWAACC Tournament championship game in nine of Bodnar's 10 years at the helm. He was named the East Region Coach of the Year five times and received NWAC Coach of the Year honors three times.
Bodnar has also served as the head coach of Walla Walla CC's men's soccer program, placing over 30 players combined into NCAA Division I schools during his time. Seven of his former players finished their collegiate careers at Eastern, four of which earned All-Big Sky honors. As head of the Warriors' men's program, Bodnar led Walla Walla to its first-ever NWAC title in 2008 and was the East Region champion last year.
Eastern Washington University
Bodnar's first season saw the Eagles win eight matches, good for the second-most in program history. Eastern was picked to finish 10th in the Big Sky Preseason Poll at the start of the year but went on to win five conference contests, setting a record for most league wins in a season, and finish sixth in the conference standings. EWU's impressive season concluded with a return to the Big Sky Championship after a five-year absence.
The 2015 Season will go down as its best in school history. Eastern set new single-season records for overall victories (12), Big Sky Conference wins (6) and longest winning streak (8) while scoring a program-record 34 goals in 19 matches.