Coach Tim Lenahan
Tim Lenahan is a legend in Big Ten and college coaching circles and the only coach in Big Ten history to accumulate 300 wins and to coach 20 years in the Big Ten. After taking over a winless Northwestern University program in 2001, Coach Lenahan built the Wildcats into a national power, winning three Big Ten Championships while taking Northwestern to two Elite Eights and four Sweet Sixteen appearances. In his career, his teams went to 15 NCAA Tournaments. Coach Lenahan is a 10-time Coach of the Year recipient and has his USSF “A” License and United Soccer Coaches Premier Diploma. He stepped down from Northwestern in 2021 as the all-time winningest coach in school history. Coach Lenahan successfully built successful soccer programs at Lafayette College and his alma mater, Richard Stockton College, prior to joining Northwestern and has been the Camp Director for now his 22nd year.
Watch the documentary which showcases Coach Lenahan’s amazing career at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzLZ3woAolo.
Coach Ovidio Felcaro
(AND FORMER GOALKEEPER COACH, NORTHWESTER UNIVERSITY)
Coach Felcaro completed 19 seasons with the Northwestern coaching staff, serving mainly as the Goalkeeper Trainer and having mentored four different Wildcat goalkeepers to All-B1G distinction, including 2014 All-American Tyler Miller. He is a former Assistant Coach for Argentina Juniors of the Argentine 1st Division and was the Assistant Coach for the 1994 Saudi Arabian World Cup Team. Coach Felcaro played professionally in his homeland of Argentina as a goalkeeper for Rosario Central and Renato Cesarini.