Mike Manning/ President
Mike is the assistant coach of WSU Women's Soccer Team. He played his youth soccer in Southern California. He was a Director of Utah Rush Soccer Club and oversaw the Bantam Program (u-7 thru U-10) and the Recreation Program. He spent 5 years with the US. Youth National Teams as support staff. He also oversaw University of Utah Womens Soccer Academy and worked at Santa Clara University Soccer Academy, Weber State Soccer Academy.
Mike is a National "C" licensed coach and works with UYSA Olympic Development Program (ODP) as a coach.
Mike lives in Layton, Utah
Tim Crompton/ Vice President
Crompton is head coach of WSU Womens Soccer Team and a former WSU club soccer player. He was a four-year captain, leading the Wildcats to three National Club Championships, in 1992, 1994, and 1995. In 1993, his team finished as runners-up. Following his college career, Crompton went on to play one year with the Las Vegas Quicksilver Professional Team.
Tim's previous coaching experience also includes five years as head coach at Fremont High School, seven years as an assistant at Ogden High School, and two years as an assistant with the WSU men's club soccer team. He has also served as the president of the Advantage Soccer Club and as WSU's Head Soccer Instructor of the National Youth Sports Program.
Crompton graduated from Weber State in 1996 with a degree in Physical Education and Coaching and currently holds a United States Soccer Federation National "A" License.
Tim and his wife Dani have a daughter, Chansi, and son, Rhees.
Lindsay Ortgiesen/ Director of Recreation
Lindsay comes to us after her career at WSU. She will be running the recreation side of the Jr. Wildcats.
2010 Big Sky All-Academic Team
As a Junior in 2010: Played in 15 matches for the Wildcats before suffering a season-ending knee injury during a late-season road match at Montana. Scored one goal and tallied one assist for a combined three points, tied for the sixth-most on the team.
As a Sophomore in 2009: Played in 16 matches and started once. Recorded one point on one assist.
Her first collegiate point came on an assist of an Ari Wood goal in a 2-1 loss to Montana on Oct. 11.