Andres Olmedo is well-known in the Woodland and Davis soccer communities. He has been teaching in the Woodland District since 1998, with his coaching experience dating back to 1999 and his playing experience going back to the 1980s.
He has coached at Woodland High School since 2002, served as the Chivas Woodland Futbol Academy director in Woodland, and coached the Woodland Soccer Club, the Davis Legacy Soccer Program, and the Sacramento United Soccer Club.
His teams have won the NorCal Premier League in the 12-U category and the NorCal Premier State 11-U division, among others.
He took the Woodland High School girls’ soccer team to the playoffs from 2007 through 2011, with the team being recognized as the TCC League Champs in 2007. His teams also hold seven league titles and four section championships while also taking the NorCal Regional Championship.
Olmedo will be teaching classes this fall as well as coaching and hopes to hit the ground running with classes currently beginning.
His focus during the initial years of the program will be building a reputation within the Woodland community in hopes of recruiting more players.