Full name: David Charles Vanole
Height: 6-2 (188 cm)
Weight: 207 lbs (94 kg)
Born: February 6, 1963 in Redondo Beach, California, United States
Died: January 15, 2007 in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Affiliations: UCLA Bruins, Los Angeles (USA)
Country: United States
Dino Vanole was a goalkeeper who played at UCLA, helping them win the 1984 NCAA Championship in a title game that went eight overtimes, defeating American University. He then played professionally for several years, starting in 1986 with the Los Angeles Heat, playing with them through 1990. He also played indoors in 1987-88 for the Wichita Wings, and in 1991 was with the San Francisco Bay Blackhawks. He was on the US team at the 1990 FIFA World Cup, and played at the 1989 FIFA Futsal World Cup finals. Vanole also played on the Pro Beach Soccer tour for four years and was twice voted the best goalkeeper on the beach.
Vanole then became a successful coach, especially known for teaching goalkeepers. He coached at UCLA, both men and women, from 1995-2000, and was USA U-20 team assistant from 1997-99. In US pro soccer leagues, he served as an assistant coach for the Washington Freedom, DC United, and the New England Revolution. His wife, Kerry Tatlock, was senior director of global marketing partnerships for the NBA. Dino Vanole tragically died young while on a skiing vacation with his family in Utah.
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Football||Men's Football||United States||USA||13T|
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Football||United States||USA||Final Standings||13T||1988-09-17||0||0||0|
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Football||United States||USA||Group C||Match #2||1T||1988-09-18||USA 1, ARG 1||0||0||0|
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Football||United States||USA||Group C||Match #3||1T||1988-09-20||USA 0, KOR 0||0||0||0|
|1988 Summer||25||Seoul||Football||United States||USA||Group C||Match #6||2||1988-09-22||URS 4, USA 2||0||0||0|