Veteran high school coach and Goshen College graduate Dale Stoltzfus was hired in February, 2013 as the seventh head coach of the Maple Leaf women's soccer program.
In 36 total seasons - coaching girls and boys high school teams in Indiana and Pennsylvania - Stoltzfus has amassed an impressive 477-194-52 career record. In addition to numerous coach of the year honors, Stoltzfus and his teams' have won a pair of Pennsylvania state championships and twice made it to the Indiana semi-state round.
Upon graduating from Goshen College in 1984 with a degree in Secondary Education (Mathematics), Stoltzfus spent seven years working in the computer field doing programming, sales, and technical support. He also quickly joined Dwain Hartzler's coaching staff at his alma mater, assisting with the Maple Leaf men during the 1984 and 1985 seasons.
He eventually coached and taught at Elkhart Central High School, leading the boys team to a record of 188-66-27 and two appearances in the state final four. He also coached the girls side for four seasons, finishing with a mark of 31-25-3.
In 1999, Stoltzfus moved back to his native Pennsylvania to accept a teaching and coaching position at Warwick High School. In 13 seasons as the Head Boys Soccer Coach at Warwick, he compiled a 176-66-27 record and won the 2005 PIAA State Championship.
On the girls' side, Stoltzfus coached four seasons at Lancaster Mennonite High School, leading the Blazers to a 82-17-4 record, the 2008 PIAA State Championship, and a state runner-up finish in 2009.