Head coach Ian Woodhead has guided the Santiago Canyon Hawks to nine consecutive Orange Empire Conference Championships. The Hawks finished the 2012 season 23-1-1 and 2011 season 22-2-1. In 2009 Santiago Canyon were National and State Champions. The Hawks have been to the Final Four five times in the last seven years. The Hawks also won the first State Championship in the college's history in 2006. Woodhead was named the 'Orange Empire Conference Coach of the Year' in 2012, 2009, 2007, 2005, 2004 and 2002. Woodhead also won the 'Faculty Excellence Award' for Santiago Canyon College in 2007, and was a Nominee for Orange County Community College Teacher of the Year in 2010.
In addition Woodhead has won a Community College State and National Championship (1999), two West-Coast Regional State ODP Championships (1999, 2005) and 2 C.I.F Championships (1996, 2000) in his coaching career. In 2000 he was named CIF Division 3 Coach of the Year.
Woodhead also works in Coaching Education for the California Youth Soccer Association and was assigned to the United States Soccer Federation National Coaching Staff for the first time in October 2009. Woodhead has held the highest soccer coaching qualification available in the United States, the USSF 'A' License, since 1995. He successfully completed part 1 of the European UEFA 'A' License in 2001. As a player, Woodhead captained Portsmouth Polytechnic to the final four of the English collegiate soccer championships in 1991. He and his wife Katja, have two children Malena and Lucas.