Not only has Westmont won 609 games – second most among NAIA schools – but in the Warriors’ 50 year history, there have been only four coaches, all of whom have produced a win-loss percentage of at least .625. In 2008, Wolf surpassed legendary Russ Carr (202-106-31) for longest tenure as Westmont’s head coach. In 24 years, Wolf has produced a record of 288-137-45 (.661).

A graduate of Wheaton (Ill.), where he is a member of the Athletic Hall of Honor, Wolf helped lead the Thunder to a NCAA Division III National Championship in 1984 and was named an NCAA All-American in 1985. Following his graduation, he played one year in the Major Indoor Soccer League with the Chicago Sting and five years in the National Professional Soccer League with the Detroit Rockets, Indiana Kick and Memphis Storm. He also competed abroad with Missionary Athletes International and Lay Witness for Christ.

Wolf began his coaching career at Westmont in 1991 and has twice been named GSAC Coach of the Year. He has twice received NSCAA Far West Region Coach of the Year honors, most recently in 2008. His coaching accomplishments include back-to-back 20 win seasons (1994-95), advancement to the NAIA National Tournament seven times, eight Golden State Athletic Conferences championships and 17 players named as NAIA All-Americans.