Kristin Hauge
Kristin Hauge
Title: Head Coach
Organization: SBVC Women's Soccer
Phone: 909.384.8513
Email: khauge@valleycollege.edu

Kristin Hauge
Head Coach
Office: Gym 305

For the past twelve years, Head Soccer Coach Kristin Hauge has ruled the sidelines on the pitch at San Bernardino Valley College. Owning a 186-48-42 mark at Valley, she is the winningest coach in Valley College soccer history. Since taking over mid-season in 2004, Hauge has guided the program to twelve consecutive winning seasons, ten straight CCCAA state playoff berths, eight conference titles, four Eliete 8 appearances, one Final Four appearance and a State Championship in 2010. In 2016, the team finished the season 19-1-4 and ranked 5th in the state. In addition, the Valley Soccer program also ranks amongst the elite junior college teams in the country, having been ranked as high as 2nd in the nation. 2016 was no different Valley Soccer finished the season ranked the 8th best community college team in the United States.

Owning an eye for spotting talent and the ability to coach players to the best of their ability, she has helped players collect honors on the national level through the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Such honors include NSCAA National Player of the Year (Araceli Sanchez – 2010), All-American (Araceli Sanchez – 2010, Amy Rosales – 2014 & Leandra Garlinger - 2015) and All-Region honors for numerous players since taking the helm of the Valley squad. In addition, Valley players have received CCCAA All-State, All-Southern California and All-Academic honors. At the conference level, she has coached over 100 All-Foothill Conference Team selections, three Conference Player of the Year recipients (Sylvia Fuentes – 2008, Araceli Sanchez – 2010 & Leandra Garlinger – 2015) and three San Bernardino Valley College Female Athlete of the Year recipients (Kalee Lopez – 2007, Sylvia Fuentes – 2009 & Araceli Sanchez – 2010).

For her efforts during the 2016 season, Hauge was named the Pacific Coast Conference Coach of the Year. In addition, Hauge was named the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) National Coach of the Year in 2010. She was honored as NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year and California State Coach of the Year in 2010 as well as CCCSCA Regional Coach of the Year in 2015. Prior to 2016, she was named Conference Coach of the Year twice in the Foothill Conference in 2008 and 2012.

Off the field Coach Hauge served as the California Community Colleges Soccer Coaches Association (CCCSCA) President in 2015 & 2016 and served as the Foothill Conference women’s soccer representative for eight years.

Coach Hauge attended California Polytechnic University, Pomona where she was a scholarship recipient and member of the Division 1 softball team. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree in 2003 and received her single subject teaching credential for the state of California in 2004. In addition, Hauge earned a Master of Arts degree in Education from Azusa Pacific University in 2007.

A two-sport standout at Maranatha High School in Pasadena, CA, Hauge was a four-year letter winner in basketball and softball and played club soccer for the Santa Anita Fillies based out of Arcadia, CA. She was named San Gabriel Valley’s Female Athlete of the Year in 1988.

— Bio current as of August 2017


Coach Hauge by the Numbers

186 Victories as head women's coach at San Bernardino Valley College
8 Conference championships with San Bernardino Valley College
1 State Championship (2010) with San Bernardino Valley College
39 Women's soccer players who have transferred to four-year schools in the past four years
5 NSCAA All-Americans named during Hauge's head women's soccer coach tenure at  San Bernardino Valley College
9 NSCAA All-Western Regional players named under Hauge
5 Conference Players of the Year
46 First-Team All-Conference honorees
7 NSCAA National Top-20 Rankings (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
1 NSCAA National Coach of the Year Award (2010)    
12 Straight winning seasons (2005-2016)
10 Straight playoff appearances (2007-2016)