Apache Women’s Soccer Coaches
Chas. Frisco graduated from Wichita State University with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in 2000 and a Master of Fine Arts in 2011, both with an emphasis in ceramics. He holds a USSF A Coaching License and USSF National Youth License. He served as the Apaches’ assistant soccer coach in 2013 and was named the head coach in 2014.
Prior to Cochise, he was an assistant coach of men’s and women’s soccer at Allen Community College in 2010-11, and women’s soccer assistant at North Georgia College and State University in 2008-09. Frisco’s head coaching experience includes positions with club and youth teams from 1995 until 2010, most recently with the ’94 girls, ’95 boys and ’96 boys of Alaska ODP in Anchorage.
He was the Summer Director of Coaching in Alaska for both the Kenai Peninsula Soccer Club in 2008-09 and Northern Lights Soccer Club in 2007. He was the Director of Operations for Stars Soccer Club in Alpharetta, Ga., in 2006. While living in Kansas, Frisco worked as a ceramics instructor for Derby Recreation Center in 2004-05 and Friends University from 1999 to 2002.
|Position:||Assistant Coach, Soccer Sports Writer|
|Alma Mater:||Lindenwood University of Belleville|
Lexie Hunk joins Cochise College with about twenty years of soccer experience. Hunk grew up playing competitively for the Tony Glavin Soccer Club in St. Louis, Missouri and trained under Mr. Glavin himself to be a part of a successful Midwest Regional League Travel Team. From playing at the varsity level in high school, she advanced to study Human Services at St. Charles Community College where the team racked up two Region 16 championships, one District D championship, and a first-time appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament. She was selected as the captain at the University of Lindenwood Belleville and lead the team to their most successful season in program history all while serving as the Vice President and Director of Fundraising for the Marketing Club, receiving Academic All-Conference, and graduating Cum Laude with a bachelor’s in marketing. Lexie also headed up the offseason fitness training for the team following the end of her senior season.
Hunk returned to St. Charles Community College as an assistant coach and helped the squad to their fourth consecutive Region 16 championship. She also received her United States Soccer Federation F Coaching License to be heavily involved with the American Futbol Association Fillies Soccer Club. There, she was the Marketing Director and a Coach for the Youth Development Program, Player Development for Jason Wyland’s S3AQ Technical Training, Defensive Specialist, and Head Coach of three different teams, one being the 2017 Missouri President’s Cup Champions as a first-year squad. She continues to train and plans to try out for a Women’s Premier Soccer League team in the summer.