Gavin Oldham
Gavin Oldham Image
Head Coach - 3rd Season
 

Gavin Oldham returns for his second season as the head coach at the University of Northwestern Ohio. He was hired as the program・fs first coach in 2011.

It was an extremely successful inaugural season for the Racers as Oldham guided them to a 9-6-4 record and a spot in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference semifinals. UNOH was unbeaten in its last nine matches and out-scored opponents by a 33-5 margin. Midfielder Gabriel Falcon was named first-team All-WHAC, and teammates Wesley Cain, Malakai Field and Jesper Kallqvist were all named honorable mention. Falcon was also named second-team All-Mideast Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

Oldham, a former National Champion at Lindsey Wilson College as a player and assistant coach, brought a vast knowledge of coaching experience to UNOH. A native of Manchester, England, Oldham spent seven seasons as the head assistant men・fs soccer coach and head junior varsity coach at Lindsey Wilson. Oldham joined the Blue Raider men・fs soccer staff in 2004 as a graduate assistant after his stellar four-year career as a Blue Raider defender. In 2005, Oldham began his duties as lead assistant. That season, Oldham helped lead the Blue Raiders to the NAIA National Championship. In his seven seasons as assistant, the Blue Raiders won or shared six straight Mid-South Conference regular season and tournament titles and appeared in seven NAIA National Tournaments. Oldham・fs assistant coaching record was 128-24-5 while at Lindsey Wilson. In 2009, Oldham helped the Blue Raiders to the program・fs eighth NAIA National Championship -- his fourth title with Lindsey Wilson.

As a student-athlete, Oldham helped Lindsey Wilson to a pair of national championships (2000 and 2001) and a 79-10-1 overall record. Oldham was chosen as the 2001 Most Valuable Player during the NAIA National Tournament where Lindsey Wilson outscored their opponents 22-4 in four matches. Oldham was a two-time All-American and a three-time all-conference selection.

Oldham and his wife, Danielle, have one son, Jayce, and twin daughters, Ella and Isla. They reside in Elida.

 
Men's Soccer Roster
Roster for 2014 Men's Soccer Team
#NameCl.Pos.Ht.Wt.HometownPrevious School
1Liam DaviesJRGK6-2 Prescott, EnglandWigan & Lee College
2Michael GonzaloSOD6-0 Bristol, EnglandBrimsham Green School
3Sergio ReyesJRD6-0 Tabio, ColombiaGimnasio Santa Barbara Minoto De Di
4Jure SpilerJRMID6-1 Novo Mesto, SloveniaSC Krsko-Senica, Univerza v Maribor
5Johann MendezJRD6-2 Cali, ColombiaBennett H.S.
6Josh ScullyFRMF5-10 Chesterfield, EnglandThe Bolsover School
7Carlos SuarezSOMID5-7 Cali, ColombiaDeutsche Schule Cali
8Juan ErazoJRMID5-9 Cali, ColombiaDeutsche Schule Cali
9Henrik PalssonFRD5-9 Halmstad, SwedenSannarpsgymnasiet
10Sergio RoyoJRMID5-9 Madrid, SpainUniversity of Cumbria
11Tendai JiriraSOMID5-10 Harare, ZimbabweHilbright Science College
12Alonso CastroSOD6-0 Escazu, Costa RicaTalladega College
13Carlos MonterreySOF5-9 San Miguelito, PanamaTalladega College
14Adam WaernJRF5-9 Orebro, SwedenSven Eriksongymnasiet
15Mateo SalgueroSOF5-7 Cali, ColombiaColegio Freinet
16Jorge SalcedoSOF5-10 Cali, ColombiaGimnasio Faralbres
17Luke GuySRD5-10 Birmingham, EnglandLake Michigan College
18Travin CainSRMID5-10 Guelph, Ontario, CanadaMohawk College
19Jozo TadicSOF6-3 Zagreb, CroatiaVII Gimnazija
20Dan NealeFRGK6-1 Bognor Regis, EnglandChichester College
21Kedar RoderickJRD5-6 San Juan, Trinidad & TobagoSan Juan Secondary
22Samuel HaggbringFRGK6-0 Kalmar, SwedenStagneliusskolan
23Dumisani ManyangeFRF5-11 Mutare, ZimbabweSt. Dominic's H.S.
24Pascal DebowiakFRMF5-10 Ahlen, GermanyStadtisches Gymnasium
25Aleksandar LackovicJRD6-1 Belgrade, SerbiaBryant & Stratton College
26Max IsenbergFRF5-10 Toledo, OhioOttawa Hills H.S.
27Pedro de CastroFRMF  
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