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Coach Oglesby is in his 5th year at Wakeland High School as the head men’s soccer coach. The team finished their 4th varsity season in dramatic fashion, capturing the Class 4A State Soccer Championship for 2010 with an overall record of 28 wins, 2 loses, and 3 ties. The team was the 18-4A district champions, the first ever championship in school history. Coach Oglesby had 4 players selected to the All-Tournament Team at state, including championship game MVP, Keeper Nick Petolick. During the 2010 campaign, Coach Oglesby also achieved his 100th career victory in a 7-0 defeat of Dallas Hillcrest. Coach Oglesby was selected the District 18-4A Coach of the Year in 2010 and 2011, the 4th and 5th times in his career, all at different schools. Following the success of the 2010 team, Coach Oglesby was voted the TASCO Region 2 Coach Of The Year. In the Fall of 2012, he was also voted by his peers as the Vice-President of TASCO, the soccer coaches of Texas official board of directors and will become the president of the 1,500 member organization in the year 2014. His current record at Wakeland is 189 wins, 89 loses, and 28 ties.
Coach Oglesby came to Wakeland after two successful seasons at
Coach Oglesby holds a USSF National “D” License and is an active instructor of coaching clinics for the North Texas State Soccer Association. He is also a staff coach for Liverpool FC America and has coached numerous teams for the club. Coach Oglesby also serves on the Tim McClements SMU Soccer Clinic staff for camps in the summer. Coach Oglesby also has led a team of coaches to Indonesia to give coaching clinics in the area ravaged by the tsunami and most recently began working with the Haitian National Soccer team to help rebuild their soccer team.
Coach Oglesby attended
Coach Oglesby was a three year letter winner in soccer at