Point Loma Nazarene University Campus

Tim Hall

Head Coach

The winningest coach in PLNU soccer history, Tim Hall enters into his ninth season as womens soccer head coach in 2016. This is also his fifth season leading just the womens program, after having run both the mens and womens programs over the previous four years.

The Sea Lions are 100-40-21 with Hall at the helm and have reached the postseason in all eight of his campaigns. He has led Point Loma to back-to-back appearances in the NCAA West Regional and to the PacWest Championship in 2014 and 2015. He is a two-time reigning PacWest Coach of the Year as the Sea Lions have gone 22-2-1 in conference play over that span. Under Hall, Sea Lions have the distinction of being the first team to ever go through the 12-match PacWest schedule undefeated. The Sea Lions have set the PacWest record with a streak of eight straight shutouts and an 818:20 minute scoreless streak during conference play in 2014.

PLNUs best run under Hall came in the final days of the NAIA as his teams reached the National Championships on two occasions: 2009 and 2011. In 2009, the Sea Lions played in the NAIA title game and in 2011 PLNU reached the semifinals. He is a three-time Coach of the Year, including earning the San Diego Union-Tribune Coach of the Year in 2009. He was also the NAIA Coach of Character for soccer in the same season.

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Amanda Schindler

Assistant Coach

Amanda Schindler will be in her fourth season as an assistant coach with the Point Loma womens soccer program in 2016. She serves in many roles with the Sea Lions including scouting, recruiting, strategy and conditioning.

During her three seasons with PLNU, the Sea Lions are 38-17-2 and have made the playoffs all three years. She helped guide Point Loma to back-to-back appearances in the NCAA West Regional and to the PacWest Championship in 2014 and 2015, after going to the NCCAA semifinals in 2013.

In the past two seasons, Point Loma has gone 22-2-1 in PacWest play and set the league record with a streak of eight straight shutouts and an 818:20 minute scoreless streak during conference play. She has been a part of a coaching staff on a team that scored the PacWests first-ever goal in the NCAA West Regional and allowed PLNU to dominate the PacWest awards. Ariel Oriarte has won back-to-back Goalie of the Year Awards, Keagan Bolibol (2015) and Sami Swanson (2014) took home Freshman of the Year, and Pearce (2015) and Matthews (2014) captured Defender of the Year.

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Austin Mobley

Assistant Coach

Austin Mobley will start his third season as an assistant coach with the Point Loma womens soccer team in 2016. Mobley assists with practices, game strategy, conditioning, summer camps and recruiting.

During his three seasons with PLNU, the Sea Lions are 38-17-2 and have made the playoffs all three years. He helped guide Point Loma to back-to-back appearances in the NCAA West Regional and to the PacWest Championship in 2014 and 2015, after going to the NCCAA semifinals in 2013.

In the past two seasons, Point Loma has gone 22-2-1 in PacWest play and set the league record with a streak of eight straight shutouts and an 818:20 minute scoreless streak during conference play. He has been a part of a coaching staff on a team that scored the PacWests first-ever goal in the NCAA West Regional and allowed PLNU to dominate the PacWest awards. Ariel Oriarte has won back-to-back Goalie of the Year Awards, Keagan Bolibol (2015) and Sami Swanson (2014) took home Freshman of the Year, and Pearce (2015) and Matthews (2014) captured Defender of the Year.Mobley played his collegiate ball at Point Loma where he was a four-year letterwinner as a midfielder. Mobley hails from Redlands, Calif., and is a graduate of Redlands Valley East High School.