Charles Goodhue

Coach Charles Goodhue hoists the D3 State Championship Trophy

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Charles co-founded Champion Soccer School after graduating Wayland High School in 2002. After co-captaining Wayland High School Boys’ Soccer to their first ever State Championship (2001), he was recruited to play at Brandeis University with teammate Brian Bisceglia-Kane. As a Brandeis outside midfielder, Charles was third on the team in scoring his Junior year and followed that up with a Senior year in which he was an all-league selection along with being a first team selection to ESPN The Magazine’s Academic All Eastern US Team.

After his collegiate playing career was over, Charles started focusing a lot of his time on coaching. In 2006, Charles coached Wayland High School’s Freshman Boys Soccer Team, and since 2008 has assisted Coach David Gavron to lead Wayland High School’s Varsity team to nine tournament births in ten years, including a Division 2 North Finals appearance in 2011, two Dual County League Titles (2014, 2015), and State Championships in 2014 and 2016. In 2017, Charles was named the Eastern Mass Soccer Coaches Association High School Assistant Coach of the Year.