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Seattle Pacific University 1985
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Additional soccer accomplishments include playing with the Seattle Storm A-League, runner-up for the US Open with the Seattle Eagles, and playing for the semi-pro team “Big Foot" of Everett WA. where I was fortunate enough to get named to the USISL All Star Team.
In addition to providing ongoing soccer coaching for ages 8 and up, my coaching experience includes running soccer clinics throughout high school and college. I was an assistant soccer coach at O’Dea High School, Elite Player Development (EPD) Assist in Girls-02 2014/ Girls-99 2015 team selection, college prep soccer training at NW Soccer Camp for the Helena, MT Youth Soccer Association (U14 to U18 boys), and the WSYSA Girls Team (U7), training professional soccer players during the off season before returning to their clubs.
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I have over 20 years of experience playing and coaching soccer. In 2013, I left my desk job in corporate America and followed my passion for soccer, founding Elite Fùtbol Training (EFT). Having many accomplishments on the soccer field, my motto is “fùtbol every day”. My passion is using a unique combination of training techniques and motivation to bring out the greatness in young, energetic, and passionate soccer players. Soccer and physical fitness is a daily part of my life. I enjoy my time with my teenage daughter, who keeps me compassionate and sensitive to the needs of young athletes.
My soccer Career: I played soccer throughout high school at O'Dea in Seattle WA. and participated on the Washington State Soccer (EPD) team for five years (U16 to U21). In 1985, I became the first soccer player to represent Seattle Pacific University in the NCAA as an All American, a school recognized as two-time National Champions while I played during the 82'-85' seasons.
Seattle Pacific University 91 games played; ranked 8th all-time at Seattle Pacific University into 2000
Least goals allowed - average 0.65 1984 (17 in 26 games); ranked 3rd all time
First SPU player ever to be named to the NSCAA All American Team - 1985 season
Senior Bowl - 1985 season
Named to the NSCAA All Region team - 1983, 1984, 1985 season
Named to the All Conference team NCSC team - 1983, 1984, 1985 season
Seattle A/League - 1986
SPU National Champions vs (Tampa University, Florida) - 1983
SPU National Championship runner up (Florida International University winners) - 1984
SPU National Champions vs (Florida International University, Florida) - 1985
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1995 - Everett Big Foot Defender named to the USISL United States Interregional League All-Star Team
1986 - Seattle Storm Defender 1986 Western Soccer Alliance
1982-1985 - Seattle Pacific University Defender