2019-2020 WV ODP Coaches
From Pekin Illinois, 2003-2005, Heritage high school coach, 2006-2010, Parkview high school coach, 2011-2013, Martinsburg Parks and Rec, 2013- current DOS and 2005 boys TCSC Impact Black coach, 3rd year as 2004 boys WV ODP coach.
Oliver (Olly) Hewitt-Fisher
A carmarthen, Wales native, former University of Rio Grande men's soccer standout, and a vital part of the Redstorm's many successes during his collegiate career. Hewitt-Fisher was an academy and reserve player at Swansea City AFC. He also represented Wales at the U-17 and U-19 levels, as well as five years with the New Orleans Jesters (PDL) and one season with the Myrtle Beach Mutiny (NPSL).
Upon the conclusion of his playing career, Hewitt-Fisher joined the coaching staff at his alma mater as a graduate assistant where he helped the team to a further two NAIA National Tournament berths. He then spent the fall of 2016 as a volunteer assistant at Marshall University, while also serving as a youth soccer coach at WVFC. He is now the interim head coach for West Virginia Tech, 2005 boys Legacy FC coach and entering his third year with the 2006 WV ODP boys team.
Theo Egbele – spent six years as director of operations for the nationally top 10-ranked West Virginia University women’s soccer program. The Mountaineers earned a No. 1 national ranking for eight weeks in 2016 and advanced to the National Championship Match of the 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament, finishing the season as national runner-up. Theo also founded and served as head coach of the West Virginia University men’s soccer club program. He has also coached at the youth and high school levels, earning coach of the year honors in both girls’ and boys’ soccer. Theo graduated from West Virginia University with a bachelor's degree in biometrics systems engineering. He is currently the head women’s soccer coach at Salem University.
Carrie Hanna - enters her fifth year as the Assistant AD, Director of Compliance, Senior Women's Administrator (SWA) and Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) advisor. The WU alum moved into her new position after serving as the compliance director for two years. In addition to her role as head women's soccer coach for 13 seasons, Hanna has served many administrative roles at different times, including SWA, Senior Compliance Administrator, SAAC liaison, Champs Life Skills Coordinator, Challenge for Success Program Coordinator, Director of Institutional Research, Institutional Advancement Senior Database Analyst, and Interim Assistant Athletic Director. In her 13 years directing the women’s soccer program (2002-14), Hanna recorded a 136-105-15 career record. She led the team to a regular season Northern Division title, two consecutive regulars season Conference Runner-Up finishes, two-straight regular season Conference Championships, and three Conference Tournament Championships in a row. Her teams also made two NCAA National Tournament appearances, an NCAA No. 20 national ranking, and the 2007 NCAA Division II statistical scoring offense champion. A 1996 Wheeling University graduate, Hanna boasts the most prolific career of any women’s soccer player in the history of the program. In 1999, she graduated from West Virginia University with a master’s degree in sports psychology. In 2002, WU Head Coach Jim Regan, who served as the head coach for both the men’s and women’s programs, stepped down from the women’s side and Hanna was named the Cardinal women's second head coach. Along with her dedicated service to the University over more than two decades, Hanna continues to utilize her professional soccer coaching expertise. She is an active coach in the Wheeling area for the youth United travel squads at various age groups.