Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School announces the hire of Brent Lewis as the new head coach of the women’s soccer program.
“Brent’s coaching and professional experience are a fantastic fit for the CJ community,” said Jeremy Greenleaf, athletic director. “He will help our student athletes grow immensely, both personally and athletically.”
Brent boasts 18 years of coaching experience, with three years spent as a head coach for the Xenia Recreational Soccer Club and 15 years spent at Club X Soccer in Xenia where he served as assistant coach for three years and as head coach for 12 years. At Club X Soccer, he also served as club president, academy director, academy coach, and trainer.
“I coach soccer to have a positive impact on Dayton youth and take an active role in developing young women who are resilient, determined, dedicated, and compassionate and who demonstrate leadership skills not only in competition, but also in their daily lives,” said Lewis. “I am very excited to get started at CJ and help continue the success of the women’s soccer program.”
Professionally, Brent serves as director at Greene County Family and Children First in Xenia, assisting service providers, community groups, and residents to effectively address the health, human, and social service needs of Greene County residents. Brent has also served on the Board of Directors for United Way of the Greater Dayton Area and was a recipient of the 2017 United Way of the Greater Dayton Area Greene County Volunteer of the Year award, among other accolades.
“I feel strongly that it is my role as a head coach to create an inclusive environment in which all student athletes feel valued and respected,” said Lewis. “I can’t wait to get started at CJ, get to know the team and the community, and get to work.”
--This story was published on June 9, 2021.