David Cavazos returns to Our Lady of the Lake University as goalkeeping coach for the men's team. In 2016, he coached the women's team.
Cavazos aids the Saints soccer program from the goal-keeping perspectives of the game and will assist the program in order to continue to develop and achieve athletic excellence both on and off the field.
Cavazos is on the goalkeeper coaching staff with the San Antonio Lone Star-SC family. He has extensive soccer knowledge and a grassroots background in San Antonio and local involvement among the club, high school and collegiate circles.
Cavazos is the founder of Plus+One Goalkeeping Academy. He is registered as an official with Texas High School Soccer (TAS), and he is a grade seven USF referee. Cavazos is licensed by both governing institutions for soccer in the United States: United States Soccer Federation Level ‘D’ coaching and National Soccer Coaches Association of America Level 1, 2, 3, Goalkeeping. He is currently pursuing his NCAA Advanced National Goalkeeping License.
From 1991-1995, Cavazos was a four-year letterman at John Marshall High School under Coach Carson Edwards USF ‘D’. He was a two-year All-District goalkeeper and a two-time All-City nominee. In his high school career, Cavazos led his teams to four consecutive district championships, four bi-district championships, three area championships and one regional finals.
Cavazos was a three-time Who’s Who Among High School Athletes. From 1995-1999, Cavazos played soccer for the University of the Incarnate Word under Coach Howard Patterson USF ‘A,' goalkeeper Coach Ed Sakiewicz USF'A' and Memo Espinosa (Mexico). During this time, his studies included double majoring in Art/Education.
From 1999-2000, Cavazos played with the Intercollegiate Club Program at San Antonio College. While there he was able to secure two state championship titles under Coaches Neil Hull and Henry Ford (Scotland FA). The team was a national finalist as well. Cavazos was a two-time All-Conference member as well as Tournament MVP in 2000.
From 2000-2002, Cavazos played for the San Antonio Pumas Semi-Professional team as a reserve goalkeeper. Cavazos has a daughter. He and his wife Kymberly reside in San Antonio.
|1||Joseph Baker||JR||GK||6-4||207||Llantwit Major, Wales, U.K.||Llantwit Major Comprehensive School|
|2||David Tellez||JR||D||6-1||170||Cali, Colombia||Del Rio High School|
|3||Roberto Poncia||FR||W||6-2||172||Codevigo (PD), Italy||IIS E.De Nicola|
|4||Michael Huff||SO||MF||6-2||160||San Antonio, Texas||Clemens High School|
|5||Patrick Pye||SR||LB||5-11||180||Norwich, England||Sprowston HS/USAO|
|6||Thomas Sauceda||FR||MF/D||5-10||150||Los Fresnos, Texas||Los Fresnos High School|
|7||Connor Bagley||JR||RW||5-10||138||Norwich, Norfolk, U.K.||Thorpe St. Andrew High School|
|8||Matthew Banda||FR||CB||6-0||165||Helotes, Texas||Sandra Day O'Connor High School|
|9||Charbel Elbayeh||SR||F||5-11||165||San Antonio, Texas||Marshall High School|
|10||Norberto Lira||SR||CAM||5-10||155||Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico||MacArthur High School|
|11||Juan Martin Chica||SR||F||5-10||165||Cali, Colombia||Colegio Bilingue Montessori|
|13||David Aviles||FR||MF||5-7||155||Austin, Texas||Crockett High School|
|14||Jack Parker||SR||MF||5-5||135||Norwich, England||Flegg High School/Notre Dame College|
|15||Kevin Rios||JR||MF||5-6||140||Houston, Texas||Morton Ranch High School|
|16||Randy Dominguez||JR||MF||5-7||157||Katy, Texas||Morton Ranch High School|
|17||Samuel Villegas||JR||F||5-10||150||San Antonio, Texas||MacArthur High School|
|18||Chris Zepeda||JR||D||5-9||175||Houston, Texas||Cypress Falls High School|
|19||Pedro Tavarez||SR||MF/DF||5-8||165||Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico||Palo Duro HS/Tyler Junior College|
|20||Miguel Barrera||JR||F||5-11||160||San Antonio, Texas||Holmes High School|
|21||Javier Pena||JR||D||6-2||170||San Antonio, Texas||John Jay High School|
|22||Oluwatimileyin Talabi||JR||MF/F||5-11||155||Abeokuta, Nigeria||John Jay High School/UIW|
|24||Carlos Beltran||SR||MF||5-6||125||San Antonio, Texas||Wagner High School|
|25||Christopher Marcus||JR||LB||5-6||130||Helotes, Texas||O'Connor High School|
|26||Braulio Manriquez||FR||W||5-8||135||San Antonio, Texas||Alamo Heights High School|
|27||Mitchell Medrano||SR||F||6-0||190||Baytown, Texas||Goose Creek Memorial High School|
|28||Alexander Jaramillo||FR||D||5-8||140||Houston, Texas||Porter High School|
|29||Victor Villegas||FR||W||5-11||155||El Paso, Texas||El Dorado High School|
|31||Orlando Medina||SO||LB||5-9||155||Houston, Texas||Cypress Ridge High School|
|32||Ulysses Martinez||FR||D/MF||5-8||145||San Antonio, Texas||Jefferson High School|
|36||Luis Castro||FR||MF||6-0||145||San Antonio, Texas||Wagner High School|
|38||Andres Azpeytia||FR||D||6-0||180||Houston, Texas||Cypress Park High School|
|39||Gerardo Ibarra||FR||MF||5-8||131||League City, Texas||Clear Falls High School|
|40||Alejandro Llamas||FR||D||5-10||150||San Antonio, Texas||Veterans Memorial High School|
|41||Said Salas||FR||MF||5-10||145||El Paso, Texas||Riverside High School|
|99||Isaac Navarro||FR||GK||6-0||150||San Antonio, Texas||MacArthur High School|
|0||Keelin Garrity||SR||GK||5-7||180||West Hartford, Conn.||Simsbury High School|
|Cade Ryan||FR||MF/F||5-7||135||Bedford, Texas||Colleyville Heritage High School|