Coach Oui Hunter
He holds a National Youth License, as well as a USSF D License.
Cyclones Coaching Highlights:
2022-23: U15 Girls Blue Head Coach: Champions – Commissions Cup, Dimitri Cup & Labor Day Cup. Semi Finalists – State Commissioner’s Cup
USA League Premier D1 – tied first place in points. USA League Premier Championship Tournament – play 4/22) U13 Girls Blue: Champions – Sarasota Cup, CCSA Winter Invitational played up (U15 division) Finalists Fort Myers Kicks – played up (U14 division)
2021-22: U12 Girls and U 14 Girls Head Coach
- U12 Girls: FYSA Commissioner’s Cup Finalist
- Champions: Fort Myers Kickoff, Cape Coral Cup, Dimitri Cup – Finalist, 2nd Place
- Finalist: Southeastern Labor Day Tournament
- U14 Girls: FYSA Commissioner’s Cup State Finalist
- Champions: Fort Myers Kickoff Classic
- Finalist: Southeastern Labor Day Tournament Playing UP in the 15 division)
2020-21: U12G Head Coach
- USA League (Tampa) 1st place
- SWFL Winter Tournament – Finalist, 2nd place
2018-19: Head Coach U18/19 Girls Cyclones
- FSPL League, USA Premier League, Orange Classic International College Showcase Finalist, Atlanta Georgia College Girls Showcase Semi-Finalists. Weston Cup Champions D1. Puma Challenge IMG Showcase Runner-Up.
2017-18: Head Coach U17 Girls Cyclones
- USA Premier League Runner-Up, Participated in Disney Showcase and Orange Classic.
2016-17: Head Coach U16 Girls Cyclones
- Champions USA Premier League and Chalice Cup, Runner Up Weston Cup and Naples Cup Gold division, Presidents Cup Runner Up
2013-14: Head Coach U19 Cyclones Girls Cyclones
- President’s Cup Champions
- At one point during that season, the team was ranked 4th in the state
- 5 players from this team went on to play soccer at the collegiate level.
2012-13: Head Coach U18 Girls Cyclone
- Region Cup Champions
Additionally, Oui coached the 2018-19, 2019-2020 Riverdale High School Varsity Girls Soccer Team, who were named District Finalists that season. The school last held this title in 2013.
Oui is a 20 year veteran of CCSA coaching both competitive Boys and Girls teams. He was born in the Country of Thailand, where he was introduced to the game of soccer. He continued to play soccer after moving to the United States.