Andreas Wolf began playing soccer when he was eight years old. Next month, nearly 40 years after he kicked his first soccer ball, he will be honored as one of Pacifica's most distinguished soccer players when he is inducted into the City of Pacifica Sports Hall of Fame.
Following graduation from Terra Nova in 1981, he attended San Francisco State University where he was named to the All-American collegiate team. He would later coach soccer at the college level as well as being a member of the Olympic development program.
Although he no longer plays soccer, he remains active in the sport, coaching youth soccer. A resident of Redwood City, he enjoy coaching his son, Logan and daughter, Madisen.

Two years ago, Wolf served as the master of ceremonies for the PSHOF induction ceremony. At that time he was the Dean of Physical Education and Athletic Director at Skyline College. Last year he joined the College of San Mateo College staff as the Dean and Athletic Director.
Wolf played four years of soccer at Terra Nova. He captained the 1981 team which went to the Central Coast Section finals. Playing at the goalkeeper position he was named the CCS player of the year.
He played four years at SFSU. He served as team captain for the soccer team in 1983 and 1984, and was named the team's most valuable player both years. His name remains in the SFSU record book today as holder of many goalkeeper achievements. Those records include the least goal allowed, 17 in 1982, and goals against average, 1.00 in 1982.
Wolf's soccer coaching duties included 10 years at Skyline College. Prior to joining Skyline, he served on the coaching staff at SSFU, Oceana High School and St. Ignatius College Preparatory