Lewis, 60, has been the head women's soccer coach at Houghton (N.Y.) College for the past 25 years, compiling a 379-98-30 (.777) winning record that includes 16 conference championships and a national ranking in 18 seasons, including a #2 position in 2005. His teams have qualified for 16 national tournaments, including 13 years in a row. In addition, 84 of his players have achieved Academic All-American status. This past season, Lewis was named a National NSCAA Women's Soccer Coach of the Year, after having been a six-time region and nine-time conference Coach of the Year. He was inducted into the Houghton College Hall of Honor in 2013. The 1974 EHS graduate was an outstanding three-sport athlete and scholar at Edgewood High, where he was named Male Athlete of the Year after being two-time soccer team MVP, earning All County (first team) and All Metro (second team) honors as a senior. He was also an undefeated dual meet wrestler as a senior when he was county and bi-county champion as well as sectional runner-up and state qualifier. He was also a four-year standout on the track and field team and was a member of the National Honor Society. Lewis earned his bachelor of arts in religion/philosophy at the Kings College, where he was a collegiate All-American soccer player, playing two subsequent years of professional-level soccer. He earned a Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, graduating with distinction. He served as associate pastor in Reading, Mass., and senior pastor in Franklinville, N.Y., before moving to Houghton College, where he is associate professor and former chaplain a well as the women's soccer coach. Lewis has coached soccer and wrestling for several high school teams and has conducted numerous community soccer camps and clinics. In addition, he has led sports ministry trips to Australia, Ethiopia, the Czech Republic, Sweden, Brazil, England, Costa Rica and Russia, where he has worked with churches, schools, refugee communities, orphanages, missionaries and the soccer community. Lewis and his wife, Eileen, have two daughters, Rebekah and Bethany; and four grandchildren, Judah, Lily, Mallory and Lennon.