ATHERTON, Calif. – First Year Head Coach Robin Hart has announced two more assistant coaches to round out the teams coaching staff for the quickly approaching 2017-18 season. A familiar face returns for a second season as Kyle Hagenburger rejoins the Oaks for the second consecutive season.

Kyle is a San Diego Native who played soccer at Redlands and began his coaching career at 20 years old as the Assistant Varsity Coach at his prep alma mater, Saint Agustine, where he helped lead the Saints to a CIF Championship in 2003 and 2006. Kyle was a staff coach with Crusaders Soccer Club from 2003 to 2011. In 2009, he founded a brand new high school soccer program at King-Chavez Community High School in San Diego and was the Director and Boys Varsity Head Coach of the program through 2013 where they won 3 consecutive league titles. During the 2013-2014 college soccer season, Kyle served as the Assistant Coach of the men's soccer team at Southwestern College in Chula Vista. They won the PCAC Championship. From 2013 to 2015, Kyle was Soccer Program Director and Boys Varsity Head Coach at Crawford High School in San Diego taking the program to its first-ever CIF final in 2013. He is also serving as Assistant Coach at San Diego Christian College and served as College Coordinator for San Diego United Futbol Club. Kyle was also a staff coach at San Diego United. Kyle is currently living in San Francisco and teaching at Aspire Phoenix Academy in East Palo Alto, where he is also the school's Athletic Director and Head Varsity Coach for the boys soccer team.

Also joining Coach Hart's staff is 2016 Sonoma State Graduate, Allison Hadidian who will serve as the team's goalkeepers coach. Hadidian holds the record for most career wins at Sonoma State, and did so despite transitioning to a field position for her junior season. She was named the All-CCAA Tournament keeper in 2013 and finished her career with an impressive 17 total shutouts. She is a native of San Jose.