Head soccer coach Patric Alves Molinari is in his third season as the head women’s soccer coach at Heartland Community College.

Under Molinari’s second season as the helm, the Hawks finished with an 8-7-2 record, 2-3-0 in Region 24 play, and were 3-3-0 at home. Molinari also coached Karley Draheim and Bruna Prates that created history for Heartland women’s soccer as they became the first Hawks to win Mid-West Athletic Conference Player of the Year awards. Draheim was honored both as the M-WAC Co-Player and Co-Freshman of the Year, while Bruna Prates was named the M-WAC Co-Goalkeeper of the Year. Draheim tallied four goals and 13 points on the season, and led the team with 5 assists, while Prates made an impressive 82 saves on the year.

Plus, Karley Draheim was on elected to the All-Region 24 first team and Karolinna Garcia to All-Regional 24 Honorable Mention.

Patric is resident of Bloomington. He was the head coach for Boys’ varsity and will continue as head coach of Girls’ varsity at Central Catholic High School since 2007. He began his coaching career in San Diego coaching men teams. He coached in Houston U11 and men team for a season before moving to Bloomington and starting coaching one of the Twin City Tigers team (U13 Girls in 2006 and U14 Girls in 2007).

Patric is a graduate of Associated Faculty of Sao Paulo in Brazil, where he earning a Bachelor’s of Administration, with emphasis on Systems Analysis degree. Additionally, he holds a United States Soccer Federation National coaching “C” license.