Girls’ Soccer Coaching Staff

Head Coach Chris Graham:

Coach Graham was named the head coach for both the men’s and women’s programs at Olathe Northwest High School in 2008. Prior to accepting the position at ONW, he served as the head coach at Spring Hill High School, opening both the mens’ and womens’ programs. Coach Graham served as the assistant varsity coach at Olathe Northwest for four years, helping to open that program as well in 2003. From 2000-2003 he served as an assistant on staff at Olathe East High School. Coach Graham is Nationally Licensed by the USSF, a diploma recipient and a member of the United Soccer Coaches Association of America, and has served on staff with the Kansas Olympic Development Program. His wife, Krista, is an elementary school counselor in Olathe. They have 2 children, a daughter (Addison) born in 2004 and a son (Mason) born in 2008.

Coach Graham can be reached by email ( or on his cell phone (913-226-2088).


Shelley Bright played soccer in the Olathe area growing up. After graduating from Olathe South, she continued her playing career at Emporia State University while getting her degree in Education. Shelley was an assistant coach in the Olympic Development Program for 4 years. In 2014, she was the ONW JV boys coach. Shelley joined the Olathe Northwest coaching staff in the spring of 2012.


Coach Lattimer joined the ONW Soccer Staff in the fall of 2008, and serves as the varsity assistant men’s coach and the junior varsity head women’s coach. His playing career included two years at Johnson County Community College. Coach Lattimer has been coaching youth soccer in the Kansas City area, including both recreational and premier level teams for over 17 years. He is a USSF National license holder, a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, and has served on staff with the Olympic Development Program with Kansas State Youth Soccer Association.


After playing Varsity soccer and graduating from Olathe Northwest in 2008, Coach Weber attended Drake University on a soccer scholarship. After his freshmen year, he transferred to Baker where he finished his playing career and received a degree in Education. Coach Weber currently teaches middle school math at Prairie Trail Middle School.