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@OregonSoccer: ?@Kat_Mertz: Civil war back east! http://t.co/EPVG839LZ1? #goducks
Tue, 11 Jun 2013 17:58:17 +0000
@OregonSoccer: Good luck to everyone this week! #finalsweek #smartducks
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@OregonSoccer: Painting Papè http://t.co/WqTcLOsgDL
Tue, 11 Jun 2013 00:27:12 +0000
@OregonSoccer: RT @OregonTF: Today's NCAA TF attendance is 11,482. Total attendance for the four days: 40,446. #NCAATF
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Hideki Nakada (pronounced: hid-ecky) is in his first season as assistant coach for the University of Oregon women’s soccer program. Nakada will serve as the program’s recruiting coordinator in addition to working with the team’s defenders and goalkeepers.
Nakada spent the last four seasons at Marquette University where he oversaw the program’s goalkeeping contingent as well as assisting in day-to-day team operations. MU won its first-ever BIG EAST title in 2012, tallying 18 wins while setting a school-record with 17 shutouts. The Golden Eagles advanced to the third round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament before losing to BYU in penalty kicks, 6-5.
Nakada mentored Marquette goalkeeper Natalie Kulla to BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Year honors in back-to-back seasons (2010, 2011) and also All-BIG EAST First Team status in those same years. Kulla finished her career at Marquette as the all-time shutouts leader (43), while also ranking first for career goals against average (0.74).
Nakada started at Marquette in May of 2009 after spending three seasons as an assistant at Idaho State. While overseeing the goalkeepers at ISU, Nakada helped the Bengals to a 2006 Big Sky regular season championship, the Big Sky Tournament title, and a trip to the NCAA Tournament. During his tenure, Nakada also handled scouting, travel, strength and conditioning and other day-to-day aspects of the team.
Under Nadaka's guidance, Lyndsay Gensler received Big Sky All-Conference honors in 2006 and was named the Big Sky Conference Tournament MVP after helping the Bengals claim the tournament title over Sacramento State, 4-3, on penalty kicks.
Another one of Nakada's keepers, Maren Eves, recorded the most saves in the Big Sky Conference and the second-best goals against average for the 2007 season. Following the 2007 season, Eves was awarded All-Big Sky Honorable Mention status, while teammate Bailey Williams also earned All-Big Sky Honorable Mention accolades following the 2008 season.
Prior to his stint at Idaho State, Nakada served as an assistant coach for the George Washington High School soccer team in San Francisco.
Nakada's experience extends outside of the college coaching ranks. He has been a member of the Region II ODP coaching staff since 2010. Beginning in 2012, Nakada was named to the US Club Soccer id2 National Camp coaching staff. He also joined the goalkeeping coaching staff at Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) Player Developoment Program in 2012.
As a player, Nakada spent two years at the University of San Francisco (2001-02), where he graduated with a degree in sociology in 2005.
Nakada played professionally for three seasons in Japan's J-League first and second divisions. His professional career began with a two-year stint at Omiya Ardija (2002-04), followed by one year with Kyoto Purple Sanga (2004-05).