Lady Indian Soccer Tradition

"TRADITION NEVER GRADUATES"

OUR HISTORY
The Women, which began playing in 2000, have been in the UIL State Playoffs 11 of the last 14 seasons creating a legacy and tradition to be proud of. Expectations have become high and the goal to only get to the playoffs is no longer enough. Over 30 Lady Indians have gone on the the college level to continue their dream to play at the next level. Go to our Hall of Honor and Players at the Next Level page to see a list opf these players..The program is proud of these young ladies and look to continue the trend of pursuing a college career in soccer and/or academics.

Hardwork, Teamwork, Dedication, and Family are what this program prides itself on. Once you are a Lady Indian, you are always a Lady Indian. We hope to always keep the Tradition alive and remember....TRADITION NEVER GRADUATES.

The women have reached the post season tHIRTEEN times
('05, '06, '09, '10, '11, '12, '13, '14, '15,'16,'19,'20,'21)
Advancing to the UIL Regional Semifinals and Regional Tournament in:2006, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014

Coach Venable became the womens 4th head coach before the 2005 Season and now serves as the head coach of the Lady Indians. The Lady Indians have won over 280 games in the past 17 years under his tenure at Waxahachie High school.

Women's Head Coaches
Liz Sabenaler (Smith) - 2000-2001
Carlos Padron - 2002
Kasey Lenoir - 2003-2004
Jason Venable - 2005 to present

Men's Head Coaches:
Robert Woodhouse (1995 -2000), Thomas Burch (2001-2003),
Jason Venable (2004 to 2014), Seth Riley (2015 to present)



TEAM HIGHLIGHTS - PROGRAM ESTABLISHED IN 2000



2000 WAXAHACHIE HIGH SCHOOL WOMENS INAUGURAL SOCCER TEAM / PROGRAM