A graduate of Fresno State Wozniak comes to Nashville following nine years of coaching with the California Odyssey Soccer Club.  He had held many responsibilities for the program, and had been the Director of Coaching since 2007.  Wozniak’s teams saw much success, as the California Odyssey was one of the original 63 clubs invited into the US Soccer National Development Academy, won five National Championships, and had back to back Development Academy National Finalists in 2009 and 2010. The former goalkeeper at Fresno State has experience coaching at the college level as well.  Wozniak returned to his alma mater as an assistant coach and goalkeeper coach for the Bulldogs for four seasons, from 2000 to 2003. Prior to his coaching stint at Fresno State, Wozniak excelled on the field during his senior season in 1996, earning All-WAC and All Far West Region honors, as well as being named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Conference Player of the Year.  He held a 0.92 goals against average while at Fresno State, helping lead the Bulldogs to a number three national ranking and a victory over number one seeded Washington in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.  They went on to lose in the National Quarterfinals to Creighton.