JV Head Coach
Shawn Tangard has coached football at different levels for 17 years, including six years here at Aliso Niguel. Coach Tangard has worked in law enforcement for the past 26 years and says he still looks forward to going to work every day. He and his wife, Heather, have lived in Aliso Viejo since 1997 and have three boys: Hunter, 26, an ANHS graduate and 4-year Wolverine football player, Tyler, 21, an ANHS graduate and 4-year Wolverine football player, and Carter, 17, an ANHS Senior and 4-year Wolverine football player. Says Coach Tangard: "Wolverine Pride as a coach and parent runs deep in our family, and I’m thankful for the opportunity to be a part of a great organization.”
JV - QB Coach
Tyler Tangard, 21, has played football since he was 8 years old. He has also coached football for several years. This is his third year coaching at ANHS. Tyler is an ANHS graduate and four-year Wolverine football player. His older brother, Hunter, was also a four-year Wolverine football player and his younger brother, Carter, is a Senior and fourth-year Wolverine football player. Tyler is thrilled to be coaching here at Aliso Niguel and is honored to be able to continue being a part of the Wolverine Football program.
JV - Offensive Line
This is Jack Rosenzweig’s third year coaching at Aliso Niguel. He is a 2017 graduate and a four-year football player at Aliso Niguel. Jack played the position of Guard for three years and moved to Right Tackle for his Varsity year. He worked hard and achieved the Offensive Lineman of the Year Award his Varsity year. Jack is currently attending Saddleback College, and after two years plans to transfer to a four-year university. It is a privilege to work with the Wolverine team this season.
JV Defensive Coordinator, Varsity Assistant Coach
This is Tony’s second year of coaching at Aliso Niguel High School. Tony has played football for seven years: three years with the S.O.C. Patriots Pop Warner team, and four years at Aliso Niguel where he played for Coach Westling. Tony played as a Defensive Back, specifically Cornerback, under Coach Calahan’s defense. Tony’s greatest accomplishment while playing at Aliso was winning against Capo Valley in overtime. Tony graduated from Aliso Niguel in 2016. Tony is currently attending California State University, Fullerton and plans to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Management. Tony also helps out at his family’s restaurant, Thai Bite. Tony’s goal this season is not only to have a winning record, but to teach the young players about the game, and to prepare them for the Varsity level.
JV Defensive Line Coach
Matt Craner, 21, played four years of football for Aliso Niguel High School. This is his third year coaching football at Aliso Niguel. His brother, Jason, also played four years for the Wolverines. Matt is thankful for the opportunity and excited to coach football once again.