Josh Quarandillo joined the Warrior’s staff in the Fall of 2019 after serving as the head men’s and women’s coach at Wiley College in Marshall, TX.
Prior to taking over at Wiley College, Coach Q served as head coach of boy’s and girl’s soccer at Caldwell Academy in Greensboro, North Carolina. In four seasons with the Caldwell Eagles (two boys, two girls) Coach Q has three TAC conference titles, 22 players named All-Conference, and seven players named to the All-State team. He has an overall boy's record of 32-8-3, girl's record of 29-15-0, and he has received the Triad Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honor four times.
A graduate of Bethel College (Mishawaka, IN), Coach Q was a member of both the golf and soccer teams. Coach Quarandillo also has international experience as both player and coach, and has played at the amateur level in three different countries. In 2006 Coach Q founded and Directed the Alpha Blazers Football Club in South Africa. It was through this sports outreach ministry that he coached several hundred players, some of which went on to play collegiate and professional soccer. Many of those that Coach Q has ministered to are now involved in community service and their own ministries. While in South Africa he continued his amateur career playing for the Maritzburg Hotspurs Futsal Team, Technicals F.C., and the historic Savages Football Club.
Josh and his wife, Jamie, are in their 26th year of marriage and ministry. Josh received his ministerial license in 1994 and they have ministered to young people through education and sport for over 25 years in the USA, Mexico, India, and South Africa. Jamie was a scholarship volleyball player in college with two collegiate national championships. As lifelong athletes, they have completed dozens of marathons and ultra marathons. They both have numerous Comrades finishes including the Guinness World Record 2010 finish. Josh and Jamie have three daughters, Jordyn, Maria, and Haley, and three sons, Jansen, Raja, and Leighton. They both graduated from Bethel College in 1996.