Chad Bodnar - Head Coach
Max Weber - Asst. Coach
Mike Pardini - Asst. Coach
• Coaching record for women: 161-6-6
Combined (men & women) coaching record : 230-27-18
WWCC Women have won the Eastern Region Championship 9 years in a row.
Chad Bodnar has been at the helm of the Warrior Women’s Soccer program for eight seasons. The 2011 Warrior women had a 22-0-1 record and for the first time in NWAACC history won their 3rd straight NWAACC Women’s Soccer Championship. The 2010 Warrior Women won the East Region for the eighth straight year and also won their second consecutive NWAACC Championship with a 2-0 victory to finish with a 20-0-2 record. The Warrior women have been in the NWAACC final each of Coach Bodnar's seven years at the helm. The Warrior women won the 2009 and 2010 NWAACC title. In his first season in 2005, Bodnar compiled a 24-1-2 record and added the programs third consecutive Eastern Region Title to its belt. The Warrior Women ran off 26 straight games unbeaten in 2005 before falling in the NWAACC Championship in Overtime. The 2006 Warrior squad again reached the final under Coach Bodnar and finished with a 23-2 record. The 2007 Warrior squad again won the Eastern Region Championship and reached the NWAACC Championship before falling 2-1. The 2008 season saw the Warriors win 24 straight games before falling in the NWAACC championship. The 2009 season saw the Warriors go 21-1-0 and win their first ever NWAACC Championship, and the first women's title for Coach Bodnar.
Coach Bodnar was named the Eastern Region Coach of the year in 2005, 2007, 2008, and 2011. He was named the NWAACC Women's Coach of the Year in both 2009 and 2010. He has placed over 30 players combined for the women and men to Division 1 schools in his first four years as head coach. Combined, Coach Bodnar has placed over 50 players at 4 year schools playing D I, II, III, or NAIA.
Bodnar worked as an assistant with the women's program during the 2001 season in which the Warriors were NWAACC finalists. He then took some time away from the program as he joined the Boise Capitals Soccer Club in Idaho as a Youth Director before he rejoined the Warriors in 2003. Bodnar also assisted the men’s program at WWCC that went to three consecutive NWAACC Final Four Tournaments.
Prior to his appointment with Walla Walla CC, Bodnar succeeded as the Head Coach of the Pasco High School boys program in the Big Nine 4A Conference in Washington. The Bulldogs qualified for State 4A tournament play the past two seasons and finished the 2005 season as Washington State finalists after winning the Eastern Regional Tournament and Big Nine Championship. Bodnar was named the 2005 ‘All Region Coach of the Year’ by the Tri-City Herald for his performance.
A former Big Nine All Conference selection and USYSA Western Region IV team selection as a youth player, Bodnar went on to start four years for Wisconsin-Green Bay (NCAA Division I) and earn Midwest Collegiate Conference all-conference honors 2 years. He was named team captain his sophomore through senior seasons and was the team MVP in 1998. Upon completion of his eligibility, Bodnar played professionally for the Stanislaus United Cruisers in the Western Conference USSL League in California and for the Yakima Reds In the PDL League in Washington.
Coach Bodnar has also guided the Allouez United U14 boys club team in Wisconsin to an appearance in the final of the Midwest Regional Championships as well as worked in the Wisconsin-Green Bay Soccer Camps and with Ziemer Brothers Soccer Camps in California. Coach Bodnar holds an NSCAA Premier Diploma and a USSF A License.
Coach Bodnar finished his undergraduate degree at Washington State University with a BA in Humanities.
Bodnar is currently a staff coach for Idaho Olympic Development Staff and is the Three Rivers Soccer Club Coaching Director. He has transferred over 60 players to 4-year schools from WWCC.
Coach Bodnar is married to wife Lindsay. They have twin girls, Brodi and Jaxi, and reside in Pasco, WA.