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  Markus Bathelt
Head Coach: Markus Bathelt
Phone: (510) 723-7204
Fax: (510) 723-6928
E-mail: mbathelt@chabotcollege.edu
   

Markus Bathelt will be entering his 5th season as the Head Women's Soccer Coach at Chabot College. Since 1999, he has not only coached various teams on the collegiate, high school and club levels in the Bay Area and Hawaii, but furthermore his focus has always been to educate, excite and share his experience and knowledge with the numerous young players that he had the opportunity to work with in the past.

Before taking on the responsibilities for the women's soccer program at Chabot, he had moved back in 2009 to his native country of Germany to commit himself to a Sports Agency as a scout and recruiter for professional soccer players. At the same time he also functioned in his eminent area of expertise by providing active support to some of these athletes as a strength and conditioning coach.

When he left the Bay Area in December of 2008, he just finished the season as an Assistant Coach of the Chabot Men's and Women's Soccer Teams. Before that, he led the Girls' Soccer program of Kamehameha High School on Maui in the State of Hawaii in 2007/2008 to their first ever Maui Championship in school history. He was also voted "Coach of the Year" by his peer coaches of the Maui Interscholastic League for his successful season with only one loss in 16 league matches.

In the summer of 2007, he received his Master of Science degree in Kinesiology from CSU East Bay in Hayward. While he pursued his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Physical Education Teaching, he was an Assistant Coach for the Men's Soccer program of CSU Hayward in 2004/2005 under long-time Head Coach, Jair Fory.

Before he transferred to CSUH, he was a student of Merritt and Chabot College, and also competed as an athlete for the swimming and cross country programs at Chabot. During those years, he also coached various boys' and girls' soccer programs at Castro Valley, Emery, Urban and Lick-Wilmerding High School.

Markus played competitive "football" only in Germany. At the age of 7, he joined his first club in the Frankfurt area where he grew up. Just as he turned 19, he had to end his playing career when faced with his second severe knee injury.

At Chabot he also teaches Fitness, Tennis, and Sports Management classes.
 


Assistant Coach: Kristina Hall
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Kristina Hall has been coaching for ten years at many different levels.  Currently she is coaching under 10 girls and under 16 girls with ACC Mavericks.  She also has the under 12 girls for Albany Berkeley Soccer Club.  The summer of 2015, she was the head coach of the Mavericks Nighthawks Reserve team.  She spent eight years with Berkeley High women's Varsity soccer as an assistant coach.  Her last two years at Berkeley High she took on a head coaching role for Junior Varsity as well as the Varsity assistant coach.

Kristina graduated from University of San Francisco with a BA in Architecture. 

Kristina was a late bloomer who did not start playing soccer until she was 13 years old.  She quickly found soccer was something that kept her on the right track.   USF was her top pick form a handful of college which were recruiting her.  She suited up for the lady Dons all four years she was there.  After her college career she played for a local team called Bay Area Breeze for four years.  After her first season with the breeze, she adventured to play in Borlange, Sweden (two hours north of Stockholm) for a season.

There are many fun activities Kristina likes to partake in outside of soccer such as hiking, biking, surfing, skiing, snowboarding, and many more.




Assistant Coach: Dr. Matthew Atencio
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Dr. Matthew Atencio is currently an Assistant Professor in Kinesiology at the California State University East Bay. He teaches and researches in the domain of Sport and Physical Education pedagogy, and also investigates social justice issues as a member of the Center for Sport and Social Justice.

Dr. Atencio has coached at the NCAA, NAIA and junior college levels. In 1999, he led the new Columbia Basin College men's soccer team in Washington to the Northwest Athletics Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC) championship, and was named Coach of the Year. Atencio then coached with the Warner Pacific College soccer program in Portland, Oregon for several years. He is now a staff coach with the Bernie Fagan Soccer Camp program during the summer. As a player, Atencio was a former captain at Colorado College and made three trips to the NCAA tournament. He has also played at a semi-professional level in several countries including Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Norway, and the United Kingdom.