Christopher Dodd
Houston Baptist University
Christopher Dodd
Assistant Coach
Houston Baptist
Division 1

Dodd, enters his second season as an assistant coach for the men's and women's soccer programs. Working primarily with the goalkeepers in 2014, he helped the Huskies' women's team allow just over a goal a game and post seven shutouts last season, as HBU won its first Southland Conference championship and earn its first automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.   Prior to joining the HBU coaching staff, Dodd trained and rostered with the Houston Dynamo Reserves in 2011. After trials in the MLS and Spain, Dodd eventually signed a professional contract to play for FC Korsholm in Finland in 2013 where he was their starting goalkeeper.   Dodd was a four-year letterwinner from 2007-10. He is the program leader with 21 wins, is second with 11 shutouts, and third with 187 saves. As a sophomore Dodd tied the single season shutout record with 6 and earned 1 st team ASC All-Conference honors.   Dodd graduated from HBU in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Studio Art. He has his National Personal Training certification through the NCSF and his Goalkeeper Coaching license through the NSCAA.   He grew up in Boise, Idaho, where he played for the Boise Nationals Soccer Club, winning seven state championships. Chris captained his high school team to three District and two State championships.