One-day camp will take place on April 24
First match is set for Friday, Aug. 21 at ULM
The two-day event will take place on Aug. 1-2
The one-day camp will take place at the Lady Techster Soccer Complex on May 10
One-day camp session on May 25th at the Lady Techster Soccer Complex
Goals by Kathryn Sloan and Mylene Roy-Ouellet gave LA Tech a 2-1 victory over ULM in the 2015 season opener.
Goals by Donya Salomon-Ali and Katie Sloan propelled LA Tech to the first C-USA win of the year, a 2-1 victory over UAB
Five Techsters scored in the 7-0 shutout win
LA Tech versus FIU 10/6/13
A former standout goalkeeper in Canada, Wagenaar has been instrumental in coaching keepers Kylee Seto and Caitlin Updyke in net the past three years.
In her two full seasons as the starting goalkeeper, Seto has twice earned All-Louisiana honorable mention. Her eight shutouts this past fall tied the school history for most in a single season while her 11 victories tied for the second most. Of the 10 conference games, she posted a shutout in five of them including the last four matches of the regular season.
She currently ranks second in school history in career saves (176) and career shutouts (18).
Seto took over for Updyke who was a second team All-Conference USA keeper in 2013 when she registered four shutouts against league foes with her best effort coming against C-USA champion Colorado College when she held the potent Tigers scoreless for 102 minutes while tallying a career-high 12 saves.
Prior to joining the Lady Techster coaching staff, Wagenaar served for three years as the men's and women's goalkeeper coach at Graceland University.
While with the Jackets, he coached the women to three consecutive Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) Championships and National Tournament appearances while also developing the strength and conditioning programs.
Under his tutelage, the Lady Jacket's goalkeeper Stefany Cardozo garnered multiple honors including two conference defensive MVP awards, two first-team All-HAAC awards and was recently named the 2012 HAAC Player of the Year.
As a player, he participated at all levels of soccer throughout his career. Wagenaar spent three seasons at Hartwick College where he was named Atlantic Soccer Conference Goalkeeper of the Week 11 different times.
After playing for the Canadian National team in the divisions of U16, U17, U18 and U19, Wagenaar was named to the U20 team where he represented his country in two FIFA World Youth Championships.
He then pursued a professional career overseas in Europe where he played for ADO Den Haag (The Netherlands), Lyngby BK (Denmark), Yeovil Town F.C. (England) and Falkirk F.C. (Scotland) during which time he was also a member of the U23 and full senior men's Canadian National teams.
Wagenaar earned a degree in Business Administration in May of 2012 from Graceland University and possesses an NSCAA National Coaching diploma and NSCAA Level III Goalkeeping diploma.