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Dan Macaya started playing soccer at the age of 4. Dan would spend time around the game with his father and siblings playing, he spent hours at the fields growing up. Dan developed into an Olympic Development Program (ODP) player for the state of Washington and earned All-State honors while at Camas High School where his teams won 4 league titles, two state quarterfinals appearances, one third place finish his junior year and a state runner up finish his senior year before heading to Western Washington University to study Education and play soccer. During his Junior year, Macaya transferred to Concordia University where he served his team as the Co-captain and won the Cascade Collegiate Conference Championship and a bid to the NAIA National Championships.  In 2014, Macaya was inducted into the Camas High School Athletic Hall of Fame and is the 5th all time points leader for the Papermakers.

Coaching Experience:

-CWSC boys and girls youth teams

-Columbia Timbers Assistant Coach

- Washington Soccer Academy (WSA) Youth Development Academy Director -WSA Pilots (boys) and Valor (girls) Head Coach -FC Salmon Creek Nemesis 98/99/03/07’s (girls)- (State Champions, NW Champions League Champions, Far West Regional Participants, Group winners at a number of National Showcase Events) -Camas High School Junior Varsity Boys Coach/Varsity Assistant (State Champions, League Champions) -Camas High School Varsity Boys Coach -Washington Timbers FC College Coordinator (2018-2022)

Macaya has helped over 150 players commit to college and universities at the D1, D2, D3, NAIA and Junior College level since 2016, including D1 and D2 National Champions.

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