Coach Dan Williams is in his second season as Woodcreek High School’s Freshman Head Coach. Previously, he coached at Amador High School and Lincoln High School at both JV and Freshman levels. Coach Williams is a high school teacher and uses his knowledge to not only coach football but to teach life experiences and work with young men to pursue a goal. He has an energetic and hands-on approach that is influenced by coaches and teachers, including high school and college coaches that mentored him. Coach Williams is married and has 2 children. When he isn’t on the football field, he enjoys golfing.
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Jeff Moening Wide Receivers
Coach Jeff Moenning has been coaching at Woodcreek High School for the last 4 years coaching Wide Receivers and Defensive Backs at both JV and Freshman levels. He has also coached at the youth level for 4 years with Woodcreek Jr Timberwolves. As this year’s Freshman Wide Receiver coach, Coach Moenning’s coaching style would be best characterized as “intensely passionate”, which is largely influenced by the athletes themselves. He strives to instill the passion needed in order for Freshman players to grow and play at the JV and Varsity levels. Coach Moenning enjoys watching players develop athletically but more importantly he enjoys being there for them not only as a coach but also a mentor to guide them through the game of life. Watching players develop a hunger to be the best player and person possible is what fuels his passion for coaching. Coach Moenning is married to his wife Kellie and has 2 sons, Tyler (18) and Jake (15). In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, camping, and attending various sporting events.
Coach Kent Crossman has coached Wide Receivers, Defensive Backs & Special Teams at Woodcreek High School for the last 3 years at both JV and Freshman levels. He coached 4 years at the junior level with WJT. Coach Crossman played at Folsom High School and was the Quarterback and a Defensive Back all 4 years. His coaching style is one of care first for the student and then for the athlete. He feels at the freshman level, they are entering a very challenging time for their education and life; it’s important to not only coach them in football but also in life and be available to them as a male role model. For football, it is show them first, let them do it, and then refine their skills as they move throughout the year. Coach Crossman is married and has 2 children. In his off time, he enjoys coaching his daughter’s softball team and watching her play soccer. He also enjoys coaching football and watching his son play football. As for hobbies outside of sports, he enjoys golfing, boating, camping and spending time with his bride of 9 years.