In 2006, after retiring my jersey as a player, I started coaching competitive, youth teams. Currently, I hold a U.S. Soccer National D(r) coaching license, and am a member of the NSCAA.
For the 2017-2018 season, I will be coaching a U15 girls club team in addition to my role as an independent, performance trainer. During my time as a coach, I have been fortunate to work with renowned clubs, including Clearwater Chargers SC and Pinellas County United SC.
I am happy to work with players at any level, whether they’re a youngster who wants to strengthen their technical foundation, or a high-schooler who is looking to play at the next level, and/or pursue college ball.
Former: I started playing soccer when I was four years old, making it my longest-running passion. By the time I reached the high school level, I had already been a part of the Florida ODP team, and won a State Championship with my club team, in addition to our team competing in tournaments like WAGS and the Nike Premier Cup.
I lettered all four years at Seminole High School, where we secured three district championships, and one regional runner-up title. Throughout high school, I was fortunate enough to be named an All-Conference player, and was awarded Rookie of the Year in 2001. Despite a torn ACL/MCL in my senior year of play, I had the opportunity to be part of the Pinellas County All-Star Team.
After a number of recruiting trips, I signed a letter of intent with the University of South Alabama Jaguars, where I continued [and ended] my playing career on an athletic scholarship.