Coach Dasher is entering his 2nd season as Head Coach of the Cavaliers
2011/2012- Upon taking over the program in May, Dasher hoped he could help the program move forward in excellence. It took some time for the Cavaliers to believe but once they did the result was the school's first ever Men's Soccer AAC Tournament Championship and appearance in the NAIA National Tournament.
Dasher now hopes to finish the year with a strong Spring Season and is excited about the incoming recruits for the coming Fall.
2010/2011- Dasher coached at Covenant College in Chattanooga, TN, where he assisted the Scots in a 14-8-1 season and a 4th place finish at the NCCAA National Championships.
2008-2010- At 32 Shane was blessed with the opportunity to finish his collegiate soccer career at Northwest Christian University (NAIA) in Eugene Oregon. While finishing a degree in Sports Ministry, Dasher coached 2 seasons at Churchill High School where the program made back to back state championship runs. The last ended was a loss in the Oregon 5A Quarter Finals.
2006/2007- Coach Dasher and his wife spent a year ministering in the Philippines where he played and coached for the Davao Football Club. While there, his women's pro team finished third in the nation and boys U17 team won their Regional Championship.
2005/2006- Lane Community College (Eugene, Oregon) asked Shane to be responsible for the start-up of the college's women's soccer program. In their first season the Lancers finished 3rd in the conference with a winning record.
2001-2004- Coach Dasher spent three years as the Club Director for Ambassador FC, a nationally competitive youth premiere club in Cleveland, OH. Ambassadors in Sport, a global soccer mission organization, also provided him the opportunity to play and coach around the world. He was blessed to represent the US on a good will tour to Africa which included games against South African pro teams and the Sudan's National Team. He competed or coached on many other tours in countries including Japan, Mozambique, Thailand, and the Philippines.
Past Soccer- Shane
played at Cleveland State University (NCAA D1) and then furthered his career
playing in the Professional Development League with the Cascade Surge and the
in the MISL with the Cleveland Force Reserves.
Past Soccer- Shane played at Cleveland State University (NCAA D1) and then furthered his career playing in the Professional Development League with the Cascade Surge and the in the MISL with the Cleveland Force Reserves.
Coach Dasher has a passion to use soccer as a platform to reach out and change the world. He has used the international language of soccer to bring awareness to needed change and injustice. Above all this is the excellence his teams will pursue.
He currently holds an NSCAA Premier Coaching Diploma and USSF National Youth License.
Dasher lives in Black Mountain, North Carolina with his wife Staci, who is expecting, daughters Analyse (6) and Adaniah (5), and son Lukah (2).
|Michael Bruce*||JR||G||5-11||155||East Kilbride, Scotland||Shortwe College|
|0||Ben Hayes||FR||G||6-1||230||Asheville, N.C.||West Henderson|
|1||Lucas Carvalho||FR||G||6-1||180||Joao Pessoa, Brazil||Colegio Motiva|
|2||Cesar Lopez||SO||D||5-10||150||San Salvador, El Savador||Euroamericano Bilingual School|
|3||Alexandru Popa||JR||D||6-0||178||Craiova, Romania||Ravenscroft School|
|4||Adrian Erwin||SO||D||5-7||145||Mandeville, Jamaica||deCarteret College|
|5||Rafael Leo Velasquez||SR||M||6-2||180||Tegucigalpa, Honduras||Owen|
|6||Javier Cuellar||SR||M||5-11||215||San Salvador, El Salvador|
|7||Craig Wilson||SR||M||5-8||150||Carenage, Trinidad & Tobago||Radford University|
|8||Emmanuel Joseph||SR||M||6-2||170||Carenage,Trinidad||Radford University|
|9||Alan Jackson||FR||F||6-2||180||Melbourne, Fla.||Viera|
|10||Leo Walker||SR||F||5-8||175||Kingston, Jamaica|
|11||Maximiliano Viera||SO||M||5-8||150||Montevideo, Uruguay||Sagrado Corazon de Jesus|
|12||Austin Shattuck||JR||M||5-10||160||Sylva, N.C.||Balsom Cove Christian Academy|
|13||Robert Gaddy||JR||D||6-4||180||Asheville, N.C.||Clyde A. Erwin|
|14||Juan Orozco||FR||M||5-6||155||Melbourne, Fla.||Florida Air Academy|
|15||Arturo Henriquez||FR||F||5-5||130||Santiago, Chile|
|16||Silas Alves||FR||F||5-8||160||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|17||Stefan Cazzonnelli||FR||D||6-2||180||Weil am Rhein, Germany|
|18||Julio Cuellar||FR||D||5-5||155||San Salvador, El Salvador||Lone Star College|
|18||Cody LaBelle||SO||M||5-6||130||Hendersonville, N.C.||Blue Ridge CC|
|19||Brock Owens||FR||D||6-0||170||Spartanburg, N.C.|
|20||David Friedrichs||JR||M||5-11||155||Midlothian, Va.||Monacan|
|21||Phil Spence||JR||D||5-10||160||Tamnamore, Northern Ireland|
|Jacob Ayuso||SO||MID||6-0||175||Mt. Tabor High School|
|Jonathan King||FR||MID||5-6||135||Shelby, NC||Shelby High School|
|Frankie Leo||FR||MID||6-0||145||Staunton, VA||Grace Christian School|
|Ayobami Oyemade||SO||F||5-11||150||Nigerian International School|
|Christian Williams||FR||D||5-10||175||Lexington, NC||Sheets Memorial Christian School|