LSUE Women’s Soccer Appoints New Head Coach | The game
LSU women’s soccer Eunice signed Brock Ogami as the program’s second head coach. Ogami previously served as the head coach of the women’s team at Spokane Community College in Washington after three seasons with Cajun Prairie.
Ogami spent eight years at Spokane CC, where he served as an assistant for the first five years before taking over the Sasquatch in 2019. Spokane CC qualified for the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) playoffs in each of their three years at the helm. In his first season with the Sasquatch, the team saw four student-athletes win All-Star Game selections while there and six overall.
Ogami worked as an SCC assistant under legendary coach Jim Martinson for five years. The duo won four NWAC East Region titles and one NWAC Championship in 2015.
Ogami’s career began as a head coach at Meridian High School (Idaho) for two seasons before joining the staff at Spokane Community College.
A native of Boise, Idaho, he played collegiately at Walla Walla Community College (junior college) and Northwest Nazarene University (NCAA Division II). Ogami made the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) All-Star team while at Walla Walla and was an All-Conference selection at NNU.
The former Borah High School standout earned first-team All-State honors in Class 5A and helped lead his team to three consecutive appearances in state championship games. Ogami played for the Boise Nationals and won five State Cup Championships.