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USSF National B License
MBA in Sports Management

Jimmy Krueger has been a coach at Seven Lakes over the past 14 years. During that time, he has led each of his varsity teams to the UIL playoffs in one of the most competitive high school districts across Texas. He has worked with a number of players who have moved on to play in college, as well as professionally. Krueger is from New Orleans, Louisiana. He moved to Texas at the age of 14 and attended Katy High. He moved on to play college ball at Midwestern State. He led Midwestern in goals two of his four years there and is currently their number 2 all-time goal scorer through NCAA play. He was elected All- Conference three times and advanced to the National Tournament Elite 8 in two seasons. The Mustangs went 56-15-6 during his 4 years.

Krueger also played two seasons in BC, Canada. He compiled 30 goals during that time and led the entire league in goals his first year while earning MVP honors. He was elected to the Canadian All-Star team where he started against the Scottish Premier 1st team, Hearts.

Krueger earned his Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Sports Management through Southern New Hampshire University. He graduated Delta Mu Delta. He and his wife, Erin, and sons, Mason and Wesley, currently reside in Fulshear, Texas.

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Coach Kolkman holds a Bachelors and Masters degree in from Western Illinois University where he studied Physical Education and Health Science.  He holds a United Soccer Coaches High School Coaching Diploma.  The 2023-2024 year will be his 20th year coaching athletics in Texas public schools, and his 18th year coaching sub-varsity boys soccer in Katy ISD. He has previously coached 4 years at Taylor High School and 14 years at Seven Lakes.  Coach Kolkman has coached at both the JV-A and JV-B levels at both schools.  He has coached his teams to 7 JV1 and 9 JV2 district championships.  In 2018 his JVA team achieved the first perfect season soccer season in Katy ISD history, 22-0-0.  Coach Kolkman has often said his success should be attributed to the very talented and skilled players he has had the good fortune to work with.

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