Multiple Teams · Colerain High School Announces New Girls Soccer Coach!

Colerain High School is pleased to announce Felicia Waldock as the next Head Girls Soccer Coach, pending board approval.


Felicia (Schroeder) was a standout prep soccer athlete at Oak Hills High School (Class of 2005), where she finished her career as the 3rd all-time scoring leader, including 37 career goals.  While at Oak Hills, she was a three-time GMC All-League performer including 1st team as a Freshman and Senior. After high school, Felicia’s collegiate career began at South Carolina, where she was the team’s leading scorer as a Sophomore, then transferred to Purdue her junior year, where she helped lead the Boilermakers to a Big Ten Championship her senior year, and a #4 national ranking heading into the NCAA tournament.


After college, Felicia went on to compete professionally in Finland and Sweden, and collected three gold medals for the US Women’s Deaf Soccer team, twice in the Deaflympics in ’09 and ’13 and the Deaf World Cup in ’12. Felicia is currently an ASL teacher at Colerain High School. Recently she has been an assistant coach for Ohio Elite Soccer Academy, University of Cincinnati, Texas A&M International, and Benton Central High School in Indiana.


“There are not many other female soccer players from the Cincinnati area, that have a more decorated career than Felicia’s. It’s very impressive. I’m really looking forward to the impact she will have on our girls soccer program.”   – Craig Ulland


The Felicia Waldock File

Name – Felicia Waldock

Maiden Name – Felicia Schroeder

Occupation – American Sign Language teacher at Colerain High School

Husband – Adam Waldock

Children – Vivian


High School:

Oak Hills High School, Class of 2005

3rd All time in Scoring

3x All-GMC performer



South Carolina (Fr & Soph year)

Lead team in scoring as a Sophomore

Purdue (Jr & Sr year)

Tied for team lead in scoring as a Senior

Big Ten Champions

#1 seed in NCAA tournament, #4 in the Nation



Finland Top League in 2011 (Lead league in scoring)

Sweden First Division in 2012



Deaflympics 2009 in Taiwan – Gold Medal

Deaflympics 2013 in Bulgaria – Gold Medal (Golden Boot winner/MVP of tournament)

Deaf World Cup 2012 in Ankara – Gold Medal

US Soccer Disability Player of the Year in 2012