Corey Chandler enters his first year as the head men's soccer coach at Columbia Basin College. Chandler graduated from Ashland High School in Ashland, Oregon before joining the Hawks as a player in 2009. A two- year star for the Hawks, Chandler was a team captain both seasons at CBC.
Coach Chandler recently received his national coaching diploma.
Of Chandler's entry into the coaching profession, Athletic Director Scott Rogers says, "Corey really began to learn about becoming a better man and leader, as well as what it takes to run a successful organization. He's taking the steps necessary to be able to do this for a long time."
Chandler characterized his time at CBC in similar fashion, "I learned from a great leader and I have always felt like a part of a family at CBC. So many people putting trust in one another, so many people moving in a positive direction. I just could not pass up an opportunity to continue growing and helping young men get the same opportunity I was blessed with at CBC."
Coach Eaton is entering his fourth season with the men's soccer program in 2013. Eaton continues with the club having spent numerous years in the game in Washington, as well as most of his playing career in California.
Coach Eaton assists in individual and small group coaching work, as well as having some game-day responsibilities. A licensed physical therapist, Coach Eaton is also a great go-to for medical and rehabilitation help for our athletes.
Coach Villa is entering his first season with the Hawks. Villa played two years at CBC for Kyle Vierck and Corey Chandler. Upon conclusion of his playing career, Villa opted to remain in the environment that has brought so much to his life.
Villa says "CBC and the men's soccer program have changed my life in so many ways. I want to help share this experience with as many players as I can."
Having just completed a stellar two-year career at CBC, Coach Villa will be invaluable with demonstration and execution of the technical skills needed to develop successful athletes. Villa brings high energy to each training session and looks forward to the opportunity to continue developing as a leader.
Coach Chandler enters his first year with the men's soccer program. As the father of CBC head coach Corey Chandler, he looks forward to the opportunity to work closely with his son.
Coach Chandler has coached locally in the Mexican and Youth Leagues for the past 12 years. Chandler's high-energy, never-give-up approach brings an added dimension to the men's soccer program.
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