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Heberto Limas-Villers

 

Heberto Limas-Villers

(Head Coach U-14 Girls Dynamite) The Colorado Hawks Dynamite are coached by Heberto Limas-Villers. Heberto has earned his national D license from the US Soccer Federation. Additionally, he has attended many symposiums and conferences offered by top coaches in the US. In addition to his 5 years as a coach, Heberto played soccer for over 20 years. He played on his High School Varsity team and on Mexico’s MIT Varsity team, where he attended college. Subsequently, Heberto played for Harvard where he obtained an MBA. Heberto is a member of the Real Madrid Soccer Club.

Randy Bouquet

 

Randy Bouquet

(Assistant Coach U-14 Girls, Goalie Instructor for the Colorado Hawks) Randy enjoyed soccer in his youth and played in recreation leagues from 3rd grade to 8th grade. He began playing soccer again after college and played for many years in various local leagues. He has coached youth soccer for 6 years prior to joining the Colorado Hawks in 2011.

Kory Kaufman

 

Kory Kaufman

(Head Coach U-14 girls Stars) Kory grew up in south Aurora and still lives there today. Kory played youth soccer for Cherry Creek Soccer and Lightning teams in Colorado. He played four years at Smoky Hill High and still plays in Men’s and Coed teams today. Kory holds an “E” class coaching License and plans on attaining his “D” license this summer. Kory has coached Recreational, Option 1 and now competitive soccer for 7 years. His favorite teams to watch are Manchester United and Barcelona, two teams that display a finesse style of soccer with great passing and ball control, which is exactly what Kory coaches is team to do.

Leah Maloy

 

Leah Maloy

(Head Coach U-13 Girls) Leah grew up playing recreational and competitive soccer with the Aurora Sting Soccer Club in Aurora Colorado. Leah played high school soccer at Montbello High School in Denver Colorado and went on to play intercollegiate soccer with Western State College of Colorado from 1992 through 1994. After that she transferred to Metropolitan State University and played Soccer for the Roadrunners from 1994 through 1996 while earning a Bachelor of Science degree from Metro State. After her time at Metro State, Leah continued to also earn a Bachelor degree of Pharmacy from the University of Colorado. Leah began coaching with the Aurora Sting Soccer Club in 2004 and continued to coach with the Colorado Fusion Soccer Club once they merged with Aurora Sting. In 2010 Leah became the first coach to join the Colorado Hawks Soccer club coaching a U11 girls competitive soccer team. Leah has her "E" License and plans on attaining her "D" License this Summer.

Lauren Stavenger

 

Lauren Stavenger

(Head Coach U-13 Girls) Lauren is from Dallas TX, and played for the Dallas Sting Soccer Club while growing up in Texas, during those years she played in Regionals every year and in Nationals when they were U19. Lauren also played soccer for Plano East Senior High, then went on to earn a soccer scholarship from Iowa State University. Lauren went on to play soccer for four years at Iowa State and earned her degree in finance. After graduation, she began coaching in Michigan and coached for three years with the Northville Premier Soccer Club, which is now known as the Michigan Rush. Lauren was an assistant coach to the U12 girls and the U8 girls for 2 years. Lauren Joined the Colorado Hawks in 2010, she has her national "D" License.

Rob Clark

 

Rob Clark

(Head Coach U-14 Girls Hawks) Hailing from North Yorkshire, England, Rob brings over 35 years of playing and coaching experience to the Colorado Hawks. Having played competitively starting at age 11 and completing his playing career in England with 3 years at Staffordshire University, Rob then entered the coaching profession and acquired an English Football Association Preliminary license for coaching.

On arriving in the US, Rob served on the Men’s Division 1 Soccer Staff at Illinois State University and as a Staff Coach for the Olympic Development Program of Illinois. Moving to Texas to become Director of Coaching for a Classic league club, Rob continued to work as a Staff coach in the ODP program with North Texas State soccer. Rob currently holds a USSF B license and has been coaching with Storm for the last 3 years.