"We had a tough loss (2-0) on the road to a very good Sierra College team on 9/9. The game was kept close due to the spectacular goalkeeping of Alejandra "AO" Orozco. AO's saves were so good that the opposing coach came over after the game and personally acknowledged her great play, and shook her hand. There are many positive things that the team is building on, including the mental strength of the team and its skill at self motivation. We host Yuba Thursday 9/11 at 3 p.m., our very first home game! Come one, come all and cheer us on!
Thank you for your support,
About Coach Chris DeLeon
Christian DeLeon is in his first season as head coach of the Lake Tahoe Community College women's soccer team. He was hired after firmly establishing himself as one of the most successful prep coaches in Nevada in the last decade. A two-time NSCAA Nevada State Coach of the Year, Coach DeLeon compiled a 133-34-18 record (.760 winning percentage) in nine seasons as the varsity coach of the boys and girls soccer programs at South Tahoe High School in South Lake Tahoe, CA.
Chris was part of two Class 4A state titles with the boys' program at South Tahoe High, first as an assistant coach in 2003 and then as head coach in 2005. In 2010 he took over South Tahoe High's girls' program and proceeded to lead the team to three consecutive state tournament appearances, including back-to-back Class 3A state titles in 2010 and 2011. His boys and girls teams were both ranked in NSCAA Fall Soccer Region VI and National polls during his nine-year tenure.
Chris has a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) "C" License and has coached numerous youth club teams in Northern Nevada and worked as an Olympic Development Program (ODP) state evaluator.
As a player, Chris lettered a Northland College (Wisconsin), where he helped the team to the NSCAA National Championship in 1991. He played youth soccer for Chicago Sockers, one of the country's top clubs. After college, he played professionally in Japan's J-League with first-division Yokohoma F.C.
Chris lives in Stateline, Nevada, with his wife, Lisa, daughter Arianna, and son Matteo. Daughter Courtney is away attending Southern Oregon University.