Bulls coaches are the core strength of the club. As the Club’s mission states, “The Bulls Soccer Club is a 501(c)(3) organization, established to support, educate, organize, and develop Hawaii youth players to achieve their highest potential through the game of soccer. To do so, the club will provide the highest level of coaching to its players.”

Bulls boasts an exceptional coaching lineup, comprising individuals who have excelled in collegiate and professional sports. Their wealth of experience and expertise creates an environment where young players in Hawaii thrive. At Bulls, we take pride in our commitment to high-quality coaching, and the results are unmistakable when you witness the performance of our teams on the weekend.

With both depth and breadth of experience, all Bulls coaches embody a passion for coaching and for playing the game.

Our 2024/2025 Coaches staff:

Directors and head coaches

Olivier Rolland

Sporting Director – U13 and U14 Boys

Olivier Rolland was born in Lorient, France. During his youth, he had the privilege to play for the French professional soccer Academy of FC Lorient.

In 2011 after graduating college with a degree in computer science, Olivier decided it was time to leave his hometown and play soccer overseas. He ended up studying business administration and playing soccer at Iowa Western Community College where he became the team captain during his sophomore year. During his two years playing at Iowa Western, he won two conference titles, one regional title, and received several conference and regional individual accolades.

For his junior and senior years, Olivier transferred to Hawaii Pacific University where he was named Captain after his first year playing for the Sharks. In 2014, he was named PacWest preseason defender of the year and was selected in the PacWest conference team as well as the All-West region team for NSCAA. In 2015, he graduated with a bachelor degree in International Business.

Olivier’s passion for coaching and his desire to give back began early. Indeed, he started coaching soccer when he was 17 years old in his hometown where he coached U12 and U8 youth academy teams at FC Lorient. After graduating, he joined the coaching staff at Hawaii Pacific University and coached for 2 years while obtaining his master’s degree in communication.

He joined the Honolulu Bulls Soccer Club in 2018 and became the director of coaching for U14 and Under in 2020. In 2024, he became the sporting director of the Honolulu Bulls. Olivier was also the head coach of the 2010 ODP (Olympic Development Program) team for the state of Hawaii and helps the Seattle Sounders identify players in Hawaii through their discovery program.

Majell Aterado

Director of Players Pathway – U15 and U16 Boys

played professionally for 10 years, starting in 2005 when he played for the California Cougars, part of the Major Indoor Soccer League. Then, he played for the San Diego Sockers and was influential in helping his team win the league championships from 2009 to 2012. In fact, from 2010 to 2012, the team had the longest winning streak in U.S. professional soccer history. In 2011, his team was FIFRA club champions, where his team competed against, and beat, teams from four countries and four professional leagues. He subsequently played for the Ontario Fury (2012-2014) and Las Vegas Legends before hanging up his cleats (at least professionally) in 2015.

His 15-year coaching career is as impressive as his professional experience. One impressive fact is that from 2008 to 2010, he was a technical trainer for all ages, and the U12 girls coach, for the Atletico Santa Rosa Soccer Club in California. Under his direction, the team developed from a recreational team to one that won three tournaments and came in second in league play. From 2011 to 2012, he was an assistant coach for the Santa Rosa Junior College in California. He has coached at many different clubs and schools, including St. Louis (Hawai‘i), FC Sol (Escondido, California), Premier Empire Soccer Club (California) and Arsenal FC (Ontario, California). He also holds a National Youth License (2011), Northern California USSF D License (2011) and a Cal South D License (2012).

Qaylan Malama

Senior Coach – U17 and U18 Boys

Born and raised in Honolulu, Qaylan “Q” Malama played at the regional level for two years.

Q has been coaching youth soccer for well over a decade and has been with the Bulls for the majority of that time.  As a Bulls coach, Q has led his team to a state title victory and to represent Hawaii in San Diego Surf Cup in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019.  Q has also been traveling as an international coach in Denmark, Sweden, France and most recently, Spain.

As the head coach of the Aiea Boys Varsity team since 2017, Q led the team to an OIA championship in 2019. In 2021, he was named OIA coach of the year.

You will often find Coach Q on the field, participating in drills, pushing players to work hard and achieve their potential. Q’s love of the game is impossible to miss.

Owen Malone

U13 & U14 Boys

Owen grew up in the beautiful coastal city of Carlsbad, California, where he developed a deep passion for soccer from an early age. He joined City SC, a local soccer club, and dedicated 14 years to honing his skills with the team. His talent and commitment led him to play at the DA/MLS Next level for the last 3 of those years, where he gained valuable experience competing at a higher level of youth soccer.

After graduating from high school, Owen embarked on his college journey at the University of Saint Katherine. There, he decided to pursue a degree in business, aiming to combine his passion for sports with a solid educational foundation. Simultaneously, he started coaching for City SC, sharing his knowledge and experience with younger players, and began coaching for Carlsbad High School, contributing to the development of the school’s soccer program.

Seeking new opportunities and experiences, Owen transferred to Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii. At Chaminade, he continued his academic journey and focused on completing his business degree while also furthering his soccer career. The move to Chaminade allowed Owen to experience a different cultural environment and grow both personally and professionally. He remained dedicated to soccer, balancing his studies with his ongoing commitment to the sport, and continued to refine his skills on and off the field.

Throughout his journey, Owen’s love for soccer and dedication to his education have been driving forces in his life, shaping him into a well-rounded individual ready to tackle future challenges and opportunities.

Ruben Aguiniga

U12 Boys & U9 Girls

Born and raised in San Diego to parents from Mexico, Ruben is currently pursuing a degree in Business Administration. His dedication extends beyond sports, as he intends to pursue a master’s degree, reflecting his commitment to academic and career advancement. His journey reflects a passionate pursuit of excellence in sports, education, and coaching, showcasing his multifaceted talents and determination. In the higher ranks of soccer he played for San Diego Surf, where he showcased his skills for four years. Throughout high school, he played varsity soccer for the entirety of his four-year tenure and was recognized as a scholar-athlete. He was also named the Male Athlete of the Year during his high school tenure.

Transitioning to higher education, Ruben continued his soccer career at San Diego Christian College for three years, achieving the honor of being an All-Conference player in the Golden State Athletic Conference during his sophomore and junior years.

Ruben later transferred to Chaminade University to further his soccer journey, joining the men’s soccer team. Alongside his playing career, he shared his expertise as an assistant coach for the East County Surf Boys 2009 and coached the Boys 2011 age groups.

Jasmine Kauka

U11 Girls

known as Jaz or Jazzy, has gone through the Bulls training academy playing for the 1992 girls team, and attributes her success to her Bulls training. Due in part to the Bulls (as well as her strong work ethic and natural talent), she received an athletic scholarship to University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) in 2010. While at UAB, she was the Student-Athlete of the Week, and she received the C-USA Spirit of Service award, which recognized her community efforts. As a senior, she made the all-conference third team. 

In her off season, from 2011 to 2013, she played for the Gulf Coast Texans, a semi-professional soccer team in Pensacola, Florida, which played in the Women’s Premier Soccer League at the time. With Jazzy as a central specialist, who let no ball (or person) get past her, the Gulf Coast Texans were the national champions in 2012 and national semifinalists in 2013. She also made the WPSL semi-professional SEC all-conference and all-region teams in 2013, as well as National Team of the Week in 2011. Also, she coached for the Birmingham Legends soccer club during her last year of college, where she instructed and coordinated youth players in technical skills.

When she returned to Hawai‘i, she helped out the Bulls in any way she could, administratively and as a coach. She has been an assistant coach with the Bulls since 2011, helped run a very successful Keiki Bulls Program, and is now the head coach of the 2014 Girls team.

Cody Kuge

U11 Boys

Cody Kuge was born and raised in Hawaii on the island of Oahu. He played for Kaiser Highschool and helped them achieve their first and only OIA title back in 2014. After leading the team in goals in 2015, Cody received a scholarship offer to play for Chaminade University where he enjoyed 4 great years playing for their first team. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a minor in Marketing in 2020.

Cody revisited his Alma Mater as a coach for the Kaiser varsity boys team and has been there since 2017. Kaiser was able to finish in first place in the East for 3 consecutive years since then and is hoping to continue their fine form in the coming years with a great team of coaches.

Although the majority of his coaching experience involves High school level players, Cody has individually trained many players ranging from 3-9 year old players learning the game to Ecnl and College level teens progressing their early careers. His passion for coaching is seen through his enthusiasm and communication as his goal is helping kids not only become better players on the field but better people off the field.

Daniel Villalva

U12 Boys

Daniel Villalva, also known as Dani, was born and raised in Chula Vista, California, in a town in San Diego. He attended Otay Ranch High School in San Diego, where Dani played three years of high school soccer. In his senior year, he received an honorable mention and made the all-academic team. Throughout his club soccer career, Dani played for various teams in the San Diego area.

He began his club journey with Aztecs FC in Chula Vista, where he spent approximately 5 years. Subsequently, he played for Nomads Soccer Club for 4 years, followed by a brief stint of 2 years with Pateadores Soccer Club in Riverside. He then spent 1 year with Chula Vista FC. During most of his high school career, Dani played with Albion NPL, and in his last year of club soccer, he joined La Galaxy San Diego.

Afterward, Dani continued his education and soccer career at the NAIA level, spending two years at La Sierra University. Following his time there, he currently attends Chaminade University of Honolulu, where Dani is continuing both his soccer and academic pursuits.

Micah Tateishi

U11 Boys

Micah’s journey in soccer has been deeply rooted in the vibrant island culture of Maui. Starting out with local clubs like Maui Strikers and Maui United, Micah’s talent and dedication propelled him to join the Honolulu Bulls during his high school years.

Graduating from King Kekaulike High School, Micah further honed his skills playing NCAA Division 2 soccer for the University of Notre Dame de Namur, where he showcased his prowess by starting in every game during his junior and senior years. Drawing from his extensive playing experience, Micah transitioned into coaching, dedicating himself to nurturing the next generation of soccer players.

With two years of private training under his belt and coaching stints at Mid Pacific Institute, Micah brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to his coaching approach, inspiring young athletes to reach their full potential on and off the field.

Sage Aoki

U10 Boys

During his time at Kaiser High School, Sage was an integral part of the soccer team’s success, contributing to their Oahu Interscholastic Association championship win. His exceptional performance earned himself a spot on the Senior All-Star Team, showcasing his leadership and talent on the field.

Coaching Experience: Sage has a passion for coaching and has contributed to youth soccer development in various capacities. Sage coached the Bulls 07 boys team, imparting their knowledge and expertise to young players. He also volunteered with the TOPSoccer program, where they provided support and guidance to athletes with special needs, fostering inclusivity in soccer. Additionally, Sage served as a coach at Skyhawks Youth Soccer Camp in Washington State, helping young players improve their skills and love for the game.

Ryder Breeden

U10 Boys

Ryder’s journey in soccer began in his hometown of Henderson, Nevada, where he started playing at the tender age of two. His dedication and talent have led him to remarkable achievements, including competing in Madrid, Spain for LaLiga Select and being part of the ODP Western Regional Pool. Ryder has also claimed state championships in both Nevada and Hawaii.

Currently, he is a student-athlete at Hawaii Pacific University (HPU), where he plays soccer and pursues a business major. Ryder is passionate about sharing his love for the beautiful game with the younger generation, aspiring to teach and inspire future soccer stars.

Jersey Botelho

U10 Girls

Jersey is an integral member of the women’s soccer team at Hawaii Pacific University, playing the crucial role of an outside back. Her athleticism and strategic understanding of the game make her a standout player on the field. Off the field, Jersey is deeply committed to her academics, majoring in Public Health with a clear vision of becoming a Physician Assistant. This ambitious career path reflects her dedication to helping others and making a positive impact on her community.

Born and raised on the beautiful island of Oahu, Jersey’s connection to her hometown is evident in everything she does. Her love for soccer began at a young age, with her first introduction to the sport coming at just 5 years old. Over the years, this early passion has grown into a lifelong commitment, driving her to excel both as a player and a coach.

In addition to her demanding schedule as a student-athlete, Jersey has dedicated her time to coaching since 2022. This experience has allowed her to share her knowledge and passion for soccer with younger players, helping to develop the next generation of athletes. Her coaching role not only highlights her leadership skills but also her desire to give back to the community that has supported her throughout her journey.

Jersey’s story is one of perseverance, dedication, and a deep-rooted love for both soccer and her community. Her journey from a young soccer enthusiast to a collegiate athlete and aspiring healthcare professional is a testament to her hard work and unwavering commitment to her goals.

Joshua Wong

U9 Boys

Josh’s journey is a testament to his dedication and passion both on and off the soccer field. Born and raised in Oahu, Hawaii, he graduated from Maryknoll in 2016 and went on to play soccer at Chaminade University. Over four years, Josh excelled as an Academic All-PacWest student athlete and played a key role in Chaminade’s historic fourth-place finish in the PacWest Conference during his final year.

Beyond his personal achievements, Josh is deeply committed to developing local youth soccer talent in Hawaii. He dedicates his time to coaching and mentoring young athletes, aiming to create more opportunities for them to succeed. Josh believes in the transformative power of sports and strives to instill values of discipline, teamwork, and perseverance in the next generation. His efforts ensure that the legacy of soccer excellence in Hawaii continues to grow.

Kelly Takara

U9 Boys

Kelly is a shining star in our local soccer community. As a proud Honolulu Bulls Alumni and a graduate of Aiea High School, he’s been deeply rooted in the sport from the get-go. What sets Kelly apart is not just his skill on the field, but his passion for giving back. Even while he was still in high school, he was coaching younger players at the Keiki Bulls, showing leadership and dedication beyond his years.

Now, as he takes his game to the collegiate level at Hawaii Pacific University, Kelly continues to make an impact both as a player and a mentor. Balancing the demands of college soccer with coaching responsibilities demonstrates his exceptional commitment and love for the sport. Kelly’s journey from local high school standout to collegiate athlete and coach is not only impressive but also inspirational. He’s a true testament to the talent and spirit of our local soccer community.

Gabe Shroeder

U8 Boys & GoalKeeper coach

Gabe has been with the Bulls since 2022, where he serves a dual role as both the goalie coach for the club and the head coach for several of our younger teams. His dedication and passion for coaching have made a significant impact on our players and the overall success of the teams. Originally hailing from Reno, Nevada, Gabe’s journey in sports began at a young age, where he played competitively at the youth level.

Seeking to further his athletic career and education, Gabe moved to Hawaii to play collegiate soccer for Chaminade University. His time at Chaminade not only honed his skills as a player but also deepened his understanding and love for the game. This experience has greatly influenced his coaching philosophy, which emphasizes skill development, teamwork, and the joy of playing sports.

In addition to his expertise in soccer, Gabe has played a variety of sports, giving him a well-rounded perspective on athletic training and development. He is especially passionate about working with younger players, striving to help them achieve the same success and enjoyment he experienced throughout his sports career. Gabe’s approach to coaching is not just about developing athletes but also about fostering a positive and supportive environment where young players can grow and thrive both on and off the field.

Carissa Miller

U8 Girls

Carissa hails from East Wenatchee, Washington, where her passion for soccer began to take shape. She played for several notable clubs, including PSPL Surf Academy, FPSC Fury, and NCW Alliance Semipro, showcasing her talent and dedication to the sport.

During her time at Eastmont High School, Carissa was a standout player on the soccer team, earning a varsity letter all four years. Her exceptional skills on the field earned her a spot on the 2019 Second-Team All-League Midfield, a testament to her hard work and prowess.

After high school, Carissa continued her soccer journey at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Washington, from 2019 to 2021. Her team achieved remarkable success, being ranked #1 in the nation for women’s soccer at the JUCO level. In 2019, they made it to the NWAC conference championship game, narrowly losing in double overtime. However, the team’s resilience paid off in 2021 when they won the NWAC conference championship, earning Carissa and her teammates a well-deserved championship ring.

In 2022, Carissa transferred to Hawaii Pacific University (HPU), where she played one season plus her additional eligibility due to the COVID-19 pandemic, completing her collegiate soccer career in fall 2023.

Looking ahead, Carissa will take on a new role as the team manager for HPU women’s soccer in Fall 2024. She is also on track to graduate in May 2025 with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, concentrating on human and health sciences. Following her graduation, Carissa plans to continue her education at HPU’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program, furthering her commitment to health and wellness.

Carissa’s journey is a testament to her dedication, resilience, and passion for soccer and education. Her achievements on and off the field inspire those around her, and her future in the field of physical therapy looks incredibly promising.

Kayla Fraser

U7 Girls

Kayla Fraser is pursuing a degree in Marine Biology and playing soccer at Hawaii Pacific University. She grew up in Tacoma, Washington, but her parents recently moved to Arizona. Kayla enjoys outdoor activities such as surfing, hiking, scuba diving, and snowboarding. She has been playing soccer for most of her life and started coaching last February.

Madi Phillips

U8 Boys

Madi has been with the club for the past three years. She is currently coaching some of our younger age groups while being a student-athlete at Hawaii Pacific University. Madi has an extensive soccer background, playing the sport her entire life, and even making varsity soccer as a freshman her first year of high school.

She is originally from Yakima, Washington, and played for some of the top clubs in the Pacific Northwest, before moving to Hawaii to achieve her dream of playing soccer at the collegiate level.

Noz Yamauchi serves as a Keiki Bulls and U11 assistant coach, and is also a current player with the Bull’s men’s team where he leads the Major Island Soccer Organization (MISO) league in assists.

Noz grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, playing club soccer with Raleigh’s Capital Area Soccer League (CASL). He made the North Carolina All-Region and All-State Teams all four years of high school. His senior year, he was also named a Parade All-American player. Noz was selected for the North Carolina state team, went on to be selected for Region III team, and then made the youth national team starting at U-15. He continued to play with the youth national team throughout high school, traveling all around the world competing against other nations. With his team, he qualified for and represented the United States in the FIFA U-17 World Championship held in Cairo, Egypt.

On a men’s soccer scholarship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Noz was a four-year starter. He helped the team win an Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) title his junior year, and then played a key role in winning the NCAA national championship his senior year during the College Cup. The title was historic as the first for the UNC-Chapel Hill men’s program.

After graduating from UNC, Noz decided to pursue dentistry and attended the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry for both dental school and his specialty residency in endodontics. He owns a private practice in Honolulu.