• Nov. 23 - Women's Soccer vs William Carey University - L 0-1 - recap - stats
  • Nov. 9 - Women's Soccer vs University of Texas at Brownsville - W 2-1 - recap - stats
  • Nov. 8 - Women's Soccer vs University of the Southwest - W 1-0 - recap - stats
  • Oct. 26 - Women's Soccer vs Huston-Tillotson University - W 2-0 - recap - stats
  • Oct. 19 - Women's Soccer vs Wiley College - W 4-0 - recap - stats
  • Oct. 14 - Women's Soccer vs Trinity University - L 0-4 - recap - stats
  • Oct. 10 - Women's Soccer vs 15University of Texas at Brownsville - W 1-0 - recap - stats
  • Oct. 5 - Women's Soccer vs Texas College - W 8-0 - recap - stats
  • Oct. 3 - Women's Soccer vs Bacone College - W 4-0 - recap - stats
  • Sep. 28 - Women's Soccer vs University of Houston - Victoria - W 1-0 - recap - stats
2013 Women's Soccer Coaches
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Arthur Salazar
Head Coach - 1st Season
Alma Mater: Our Lady of the Lake University
Phone: 210-434-6711
Arthur Salazar joined the OLLU Athletic Department as soccer assistant coach in the summer of 2008. The Robert E. Lee High School graduate and San Antonio native received his bachelor's degree in kinesiology at OLLU in the spring of 2011.

Salazar played for the OLLU Saints during its inaugural season in 2007 as the team's goal keeper and captain. He enjoyed being a part of a group of young men who were eager to learn and driven to succeed. The group did extremely well and set a high standard, proving that the OLLU soccer program will be competitive for years to come.

He enters his sixth year as assistant to OLLU's women's soccer team. The Lady Saints have had four straight winning seasons with the help of Salazar. The Lady Saints have also made consecutive trips to the Red River Athletic Conference Championship in 2009,  2010, 2011 and 2012, but have yet to be crowned champions. 

Salazar has coached club soccer for eight years and has had part-time assistant coaching positions at Trinity University, the University of the Incarnate Word and Central Catholic High School. His interest in soccer began at an early age, when his parents played the sport. He started playing competitive soccer at age 10 and continued through high school.

What he likes best about being a coach is the interaction and connection with individuals that creates a bond.

Salazar married in 2011, and he and his wife are parents to a boy. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching television and playing a variety of sports. His favorite sport is soccer, team is Manchester United and player is Eric Cantona.

Both Salazar and head soccer coach Shane Hurley also coach for the Classics Elite Soccer Academy youth club in San Antonio. Salazar also works for the South Texas division of the United States Olympic Development Program.   

Salazar likes the close-knit atmosphere at OLLU and its faculty members who express a genuine interest in the students.

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Shane Hurley
Assistant Coach - 6th Season
Alma Mater: University of Texas - Pan American
Phone: 210-434-6711
Shane Hurley enters his sixth year as head coach of the women's soccer team at Our Lady of the Lake University. He coached the women's team during its inaugural season in fall 2008 finishing with a 12-4-1 overall record. In 2009, the university joined the Red River Athletic Conference, and the women ended with a 10-7-2 overall record and a 5-2-1 conference record. During that season, the Saints were finalists in the conference tournament as the fourth seed. In 2010, the Saints again were finalists in the conference tournament -- they finished the season with a 13-2-2 overall and 6-1-2 conference record. In 2011, the women were second in the conference with a 13-5 overall record and 8-1 in the conference. They made it to the semifinals round of the conference tournament. In addition, Hurley was named Conference Coach of the Year. Last season, the women finished with a 9-9-1 overall and 6-3-1 conference record.

Hurley's teams have consistently ranked at the top in team GPA. In 2009, the women finished with an overall 3.0 GPA, and in 2010, they ended at 3.1. Last season, the Saints had the best GPA of all 12 teams at OLLU with a combined 3.11 GPA.


Hurley has been in the business of soccer and player development for many years. His passion for the game goes back to his youth, when he played in youth and adult leagues during his high school years. Hurley was a three-year letterman at Harlingen High School, and he received a scholarship to play NCAA Division One Soccer at the University of Texas-Pan American (UTPA) in 1990.
At UTPA, Hurley was a four-year starter and was one of the captains his senior year. Aside from the wins and losses, he says that one of his fondest memories was just getting the opportunity to play in Monterrey Tech Stadium, which is used by the professional team, Monterrey Rayados. While at UTPA, he earned his bachelor's degree with a major in English and a minor in history. During the final year of his education, Hurley served as an assistant coach for the program and started a women's club program that flourished. To immerse himself even further into soccer, he played semi-professionally with Excel, out of McAllen, Texas. During his two years with Excel, he enjoyed great success as the team won two state championships and advanced to regional championships both years.
In 1996, Hurley became the head girls' soccer coach at Harlingen High School where he won two straight district titles. He worked with the girl's program for four years. Then, Hurley worked with the boys for his final two years before moving to San Antonio to pursue club soccer and Olympic Development Program opportunities. During his tenure at Harlingen, the girls' program was always one of the top two teams in the Rio Grande Valley; they finished number one twice. In 1998, his girls went undefeated into the playoffs and finished with a 24-1 record. His team advanced to the regional tournament three years in a row while winning district, bi-district, area and sectional championships. During his final two years there, Hurley helped rebuild the boys' program. They won the district championship both years and advanced to the regional tournament in his final year; the boys went to the regional final.
Upon arrival in San Antonio, Hurley's impact was seen considerably. He began working at Clark High School and helped coach its girls' team to a regional championship, as well as Northside ISD's first state tournament appearance. Then, Hurley became the Director of Coaching for a local soccer club, XLR8. He guided it through tremendous growth, from 4 teams to 17 in two years, and eventually led it through several developmental improvements that became part of the Classics Elite Soccer Academy. His club teams have won several state championships, and his 88s won a regional championship while representing South Texas in Alabama the summer of 2006.

For the past years, Hurley has been on the state staff of the South Texas Olympic Development Program. While on staff with the 90 boys, they finished second in the Region. With ODP, Hurley was responsible for helping conduct tryouts at various age groups to identify potential candidates for the state program.
Education has always been a priority of Hurley's. While coaching, he has always strived to professionally develop his own knowledge of the game and training methodology to benefit his players.
In June of 2005, he was awarded the NSCAA's Premier Diploma at Butler University. The Premier Diploma is the highest level of certification offered by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. He holds an Advanced National Diploma and a National Diploma, which he earned at Notre Dame University and Trinity University, respectively. Hurley recently earned a Level I goalkeeping certificate with the NSCAA. Hurley also works for the South Texas division of the United States Olympic Development Program.

Hurley is very proud of an award he received on behalf of his soccer team at OLLU. The men's team, along with the women's team, received recognition for their work as mentors in the Northside Independent School District (NISD), the largest school district in San Antonio and the fourth largest in Texas. Hurley accepted the 2012 Partner of the Year Award on behalf of his teams.

Hurley and his wife Zoila reside in San Antonio. They are parents to a daughter and son.
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Gary Hamilton
Student Assistant - 2nd Season
Alma Mater: Our Lady of the Lake University
Gary Hamilton starts his second year as a graduate assistant for the Our Lady of the Lake University men's and women's soccer teams. Hamilton played four years for the Saints, beginning in 2008. In December of 2012, he received a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Chemistry.

Hamilton is a native of Middlesbrough, England, and his hometown is in McAllen, Texas, where he attended Memoriall High School. Throughout his time at OLLU, he was named to the Dean's List and he received the following athletic awards: RRAC All-Conference Second-Team -- 2009-2010 and 2010-2011, RRAC Scholar Athlete -- 2009-2010 and 2010-2011, CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American College Division Men's Soccer Team -- 2012, 2011 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete and 2011 RRAC All-Conference First Team.

Aside from soccer, Hamilton enjoys tennis, ping-pong, volleyball, working out and singing. His favorite motto is: "You cannot dream yourself into a character; you must hammer and forge yourself into one."
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Bianca Ramirez
Student Assistant - 2nd Season
Alma Mater: Our Lady of the Lake University
Bianca Ramirez starts her second year as a graduate assistant for the Our Lady of the Lake University men's and women's soccer teams. She played four years for the Saints, beginning in 2008. In December 2012, she received a Bachelor of Social Work with a minor in Psychology.

Ramirez is a native of Corpus Christi, Texas, where she attended Moody High School. White there, she graduated with honors in the top 10 percent of her class.

During her senior year at OLLU, Ramirez earned All-Conference Second Team honors and was named a Conference Scholar Athlete.

Her hobbies include coaching younger kids, eating and running the C-Store. Ramirez's favorite motto is, "I Can."
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Jonathan Burklo
Volunteer Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Liberty University

Jonathan Burklo has joined the Our Lady of the Lake University soccer coaching staff. Burklo, a native of Tampa, Fla., received a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va.

During his four seasons with the Liberty Flames, he played as a forward, a midfielder and a defender. In 2005, he was named to the Big South All-Conference second team, and during his senior year, he served as one of two team captains.

After his collegiate career, Burklo played professionally for Skeid in the Norwegian Adeccoligaen in 2006 and Rovaniemi Palloseura in the Finnis Veikkausliiga in 2007. In 2008, he joined the Wilmington Hammerheads, an American professional soccer team based in Wilmington, N.C. that is part of the USL Professional Division. Burklo then went on to play for the Houston Dynamo Reserves Team that is part of Major League Soccer in Houston, Texas.

Burklo’s coaching experience includes stints with Central Virginia United in 2006. Since 2009, he has coached the South Texas  Olympic Development Program (ODP) and the San Antonio Christian School. From 2009-2013, he coached the Lonestar Soccer Club in San Antonio, and in 2012, he coached for the FC Barcelona Camps. In April 2013, Burklo became the director of soccer operations for the North East Youth Soccer Organization (NEYSO) Liberty Soccer Club.

Burklo has earned a USSF A License, B License and C License, and he was the recipient of the Bob McNulty Award for the C License in Jan. 2010 in Bradenton, Fla.

Burklo is married to Crystal, and they are parents to son, Harrison.

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