Kevin Holguin is entering his fourth season at West Virginia Wesleyan with the women's soccer program.
He works alongside head coach Rich Owens to develop players and integrate new players into the program. He is also the primary contact for identifying future players for the program.
11 Conference Championships
14 Conference Tournament Championships
11 NCAA DII Tournament Appearances
3 NCAA DII Regional Finalists
1 NCAA DII Championship Finalist
8 NCAA DII All-Americans
Holguin has been a part of five NCAA Tournament appearances and 2 Regional Finals for the coaching staff over the first seven years while at WVWC. He has also been part of the staff that has won of both the WVIAC Conference tournament in 2012 and the MEC conference tournament in 2013.
He currently holds an NSCAA National Diploma, along with a USSF "C" license.
Holguin started coaching youth travel soccer in 1991 in Houston, Texas.
He attended Regis University in Denver, Col. While a part of the men's soccer team, he was a part of the 1994 CAC Conference Championship Team.
Holguin coached youth soccer camps in the Denver area while at Regis University. From 1994-1996 he was a volunteer coach with Ballistic United in Pleasanton, Cal.
During the 2000's he lived in Florida while working in the music industry. During his time in Florida he traveled to winter tournaments to help identify potential collegiate players.
Holguin is currently on the West Virginia ODP coaching staff, along with coaching for Mountain State Soccer Club.