Kyle Rodeheaver

Kyle Rodeheaver

As a product of the Texas soccer community, Kyle came to Seattle in 2007 after four years as an Assistant Coach of the men’s soccer program at Concordia University, Austin. Kyle serves as the West Region Director and the Premier Academy Director.

Kyle began coaching with the District Select club, Westside United, where he coached the Girls 97 and Boys 96 teams. In just his first year of coaching, the Boys 96 team won the WA State Challenge Cup, the second highest State Cup level in Washington. In his second season, the team competed in the WA State Championship Cup, usually reserved for Premier Club “A” teams, where the team would narrowly miss out on advancing to the Quarter-Finals after compiling a 1-1-1 record in the group stage.

As a player, Kyle has had the opportunity to play at top youth clubs in Dallas/Fort Worth growing up, and internationally with Hellas Verona, of the Italian Serie C, and in Nagaoka, Japan. He played on the North Texas Olympic Development State team throughout high school, and earned DFW All-Area and TASCO All State honors as a senior at Crowley HS.

As a freshman in college, Kyle walked on to the squad at NCAA Division I school St. Louis University. Yearning to return to Texas, Kyle transferred in to Concordia University at Austin. After sitting out his sophomore year, Kyle joined the team as a starting center back his junior year, recording 1 goal and 1 assist in 4 games.

Injury would cut short Kyle’s collegiate playing career, but he would be offered a position as the Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach at Concordia. While at coaching college soccer, Kyle earned his NSCAA National Diploma. After 4 years serving as an Assistant Coach, and leading the team to their first victory in school history, he left the program to finish his degrees in Biology and Psychology.

In Seattle United’s inaugural season of 2010/2011, Kyle served as an Assistant Regional Director for the West Region. He was charged with working alongside Seattle great Peter Fewing in establishing a culture and standard of teamwork and development. Kyle was also the head coach for G95 Tango head coach, West B99, and B99 Samba, a team comprised of the best players from each region to compete in the Spring RCL as the 3rd Citywide team for Seattle United.

DoC Jimmy McAlister on Kyle Rodeheaver
“Kyle has a tremendous future in the game. He has all the ingredients to become a great coach and leader at Seattle United.”

USSF “D” License
NSCAA National Diploma
NSCAA Level II Goalkeeping Diploma
Certified Personal Trainer, American College of Sports Medicine
CPR/First Aid Certificate
Bachelor of Science, Biology, Texas State University
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Texas State University

Coaching Experience
2010/2011 Head Coach, Seattle United B99 Samba
2010/2011 Head Coach, Seattle United G95 Tango
2010/2011 Head Coach, Seattle United West B99 Blue
2009/2010 Asst. Coach, HPFC Boys 92 Blue
2008 to 2010 Head Coach, Westside United Boys 96 Black
2008 to 2010 Head Coach, Westside United Girls 97 Black
2002 to 2005 Asst. Men’s Coach, Concordia University at Austin (NCAA D-III)

Playing Experience
2001 Concordia University Austin (NCAA D-III)
1999 St. Louis University (NCAA D-I)
1998 Nagaoka (Japan)
1997 Region III ODP Alternate
1996 Hellas Verona (Italy Serie C)
1995 to 1997 North Texas ODP State Team

Coaching Honors
2011 WYS Challenge Cup Division 3 Finalist, Seattle United B99 Samba
2011 WA State District 1 Boys Competitive Coach of Year
2011 SYSA Boys Competitive Coach of Year
2011 WA State Founder’s Cup Semi-Finalists, Seattle United West B99 Blue
2009 Washington State Challenge Cup Champions, Westside United B96 Black

Playing Honors
1999 MLS Dallas Burn Scholarship Award
1999 TASCO High School All-State Team
1999 Dallas/Fort Worth All-Area First Team