The mission of College Park Cavaliers Boys soccer is to create a program that excels not only on the field, but also in the classroom, and impacts our school and community in a positive manner. Every student athlete in our program will be treated with respect as we work towards reaching our potential as a program and as an individual. We will play the game with dignity and with great intensity. As a staff, we will provide a safe and caring environment that allows each player to develop lifelong skills such as: work ethic, communication skills, leadership style, and teamwork to become responsible and productive members of society.
Coach Jaskowiak is originally from Long Island, NY and grew up in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. He attended McKinney High School and graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2000 with a degree in Finance.
After 15 years as an energy trader, Coach Jaskowiak made the move to education and coaching. He is in his second year as College Park’s head coach, where he also teaches AP Economics, coming over after a stint as an assistant at Klein Oak.
Outside of school, Coach Jaskowiak enjoys playing soccer and golf, cycling, and spending time with his niece and three nephews.
Coach Clark grew up in Jacksonville, Texas and graduated from high school in 2003 at Millard West High School in Omaha, Nebraska where he was also part of the 2001 State Championship football team.
He graduated from Jacksonville College in 2005 and Stephen F. Austin State University in 2009, with a degree in Kinesiology.
In addition to soccer, Coach Clark also coaches football and teaches Algebra I. This is his 12th year as a high school coach and his 6th year coaching at College Park. Coach Clark and his wife, Melissa have three children: Hunter, Beaux, and Evie.
Coach Stedman grew up in Valley Center, California, and graduated from Valley Center High School. He attended Sam Houston State University, graduating in 2018 with a degree in History.
Coach Stedman has been coaching club and school sports for 8 years in the North Houston Area. He is currently a club volleyball coach at Montgomery County Juniors Volleyball Club. He is also a member of the CP volleyball coaching staff, as well as a World Geography teacher.
When not at work, coach Stedman enjoys hunting, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors with his family. He has been married to his wife Anne-Leigh for 15 years and they have three children; Madelyn, Jaren, and Wyatt.