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At Axe House Sports we believe that athletics has the ability to teach lifelong skills that players will use both on the field and off. From athletic abilities like balance and strength to interpersonal skills like teamwork and communication, the positive benefits that sports provide is undeniable. Our mission is to provide a fun, engaging environment where players of all capabilities can learn these skills while creating a life long love of the game.

About Our Founder

Hello! My name is Amanda Axelson and I am the owner and operator of Axe House Sports. As a former premier and college soccer coach and a mom of three boys I've envisioned running my own sports-based business for a long time. Having left my coaching career behind when we moved to Herriman in Spring of 2022 I thought I had put those dreams to rest. However, being a stay at home mom left me itching to get back on the pitch. Don't get me wrong - I LOVE being with my boys! But there's something about being on the field and working with a bunch of crazy kids that has always been good for my soul. Thus Axe House Sports was born! 


Whether you are looking for a fun activity for your youngster to work out some energy, have a player looking to push to the next level, or you and your student-athlete need some guidance on how to navigate the college recruiting process, I am confident Axe House Sports can provide the environment and resources you are looking for.

Amanda Axelson - Axe House Sports Owner & Operator

Coaching & Club Experience:

  • Premier Soccer Coach - 10 years (ISC Gunners - Issaquah, WA)

    • College Prep Director - 6.5 years (ISC Gunners)

  • Assistant Coach - 7 years (Seattle Pacific University Women's Soccer Team)

  • Varsity Coach - 3 years (Cedarcrest High School - Duvall, WA)

    • JV Coach - 1 Year​

  • Academy Administrator & Communications Director - 3 years (PSPL Surf Academy - Seattle, WA)

Playing Experience:

  • Seattle Pacific University Women's Soccer Team

    • 2008 NCAA DII National Champion - Starting Forward

    • 2008 NSCAA First Team West Region

  • Washington State '89 Girls Olympic Development Team

    • 2005 ODP West Region Champions, National Runner-Ups​

  • Cedarcrest High School Four-Year Varsity Letterman

    • 2006 - Washington 2A State Player of the Year

    • 2004, 2005 & 2006 - All Cascade Conference​ ('06 Conference MVP)

  • Eastside FC '88

    • 2006 & 2007 State Champions

Amanda Axelson juggles soccer ball while holding her youngest son
Image by Emilio Garcia





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