Columbus High School has named Zack Wayman as its new girls soccer coach.
Wayman began his high school coaching career as a volunteer assistant with Millard West while completing his student teaching. In 2018 he took a job with Lexington Public Schools and served as an assistant boys basketball coach, head boys tennis coach and assistant boys soccer coach. Wayman’s coaching background also includes working with soccer athletes between the ages of 5 and 18 in which he has provided individual training, head coaching, and the organization and oversight of seasonal training camps.
“We are happy to welcome coach Wayman to the CHS Athletic family,” Tim Kwapnioski, Director of Athletics and Activities, said. “He comes to us with a wealth of soccer knowledge. He has a wonderful and positive energy that is infectious and all of us at Columbus High School are ready for him to get started.”
Wayman is a graduate of the University of Nebraska Kearney and will be teaching Social Science at Columbus High School.