Muhlenberg College (Media studies)
I am an Evanston, Illinois native who’s lived in Chicago, Quebec, New Haven, and Vancouver. I spent my youth career with BW Gottschee before moving on to the New York Red Bulls, as well as being a member of the Olympic Development Program. I was a 3-year captain for Friends Seminary High School and 2-year top-scorer for the Owls. After graduating, I played for Muhlenberg College where he received NCAA All-Region and Centennial Conference honors. I have also trained with the likes of Girondins de Bordeaux in France, as well as the African Champions League side ASPAC, from Benin.
Off the pitch, I dedicate a lot of time giving back to the soccer community. Individual youth training and volunteering, along with soccer related project fundraising and donations are among the few things I am truly passionate about.
I've played around the highest levels in soccer around the world, and I have played with and against many of the best players America has produced, growing up with New York Red Bulls. In terms of track, I won many sprints and mile runs at track meets.
I'm very outgoing and friendly. As serious as training is, I'm not here to be a drill sergeant. I'm here to grow your live for the game and get you technically, mentally, and possibly physically better so that the game becomes second nature to you! I am an Evanston, Illinois native who’s lived in Chicago, Quebec, New Haven, and Vancouver. I spent my youth career with BW Gottschee before moving on to the New York Red Bulls, as well as being a member of the Olympic Development Program. I was a 3-year captain for Friends Seminary High School and 2-year top-scorer for the Owls. After graduating,
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I have coached kids ages 6 through 18 for the last 6 years, both with teams and at camps. The level of quality ranges from middle school to top clubs in the nation. In addition, I've played in and around some of the highest levels in the world, and dedicated my life to this game since I was 6 years old. It will always be my life and I want to give back to the kids so they don't have to make the same mistakes I made. I received my bachelor's degree in Media & Communication as well in 2015, which helped me hone my communication skills
Track was always second nature to me because of how good I am at soccer, so learning the technical side was not very difficult for me. I won several events from middle school to high school, and was mentored by some great track coaches along the way who showed me the trade to what they do. In addition, I'm very good with kids and even adults who I train, I try to be as friendly and relatable as possible so that the environment never gets tense.