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C.w. P., Wilmington, NC Soccer Coach

C.w. P.

Soccer

SILVER

I began coaching in 2005, and since then I have traveled up and down the East Coast as well as to Zambia, Africa coaching soccer ages 4-23 from Rec to College. View all coaching experience

This coach is unavailable to take clients at this time.

Training Locations
Training Locations
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  • Cape Fear Community College (NC)

  • Qualified Private Coach
    Passed Coach Course

  • Adults, Kids, Teenagers

  • Midfield, Goalkeeper, Forward, Defense

  • Throw-Ins, Shooting, Penalty Kicks, Passing, One-on-Ones, One-Touch, Heading, Goal Kicks, Free Kicks, First Touch, Dribbling, Crossing, Corner Kicks, Agility

Credentials

  • Cape Fear Community College (NC)

  • Qualified Private Coach
    Passed Coach Course

Services

  • Adults, Kids, Teenagers

  • Midfield, Goalkeeper, Forward, Defense

  • Throw-Ins, Shooting, Penalty Kicks, Passing, One-on-Ones, One-Touch, Heading, Goal Kicks, Free Kicks, First Touch, Dribbling, Crossing, Corner Kicks, Agility

More About Coach C.w.

I currently hold the NSCAA National Coaching (equivalent to the USSF C license) and Goalkeeping Level 1,2, and 3 Diplomas, as well as the VYSA Training a top midfielder diploma. I graduated from Liberty University with a degree in Sport Management in 2012.

Lynchburg College Women's Soccer (27-0-1)
• Assistant/Goalkeeper Coach (2014 Division III National Champions)
◦ 2014 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Champions
◦ Evaluated and recruited elite prospects
◦ Ran daily goalkeeper sessions
▪ Allowed 5 goals on the season
◦ Evaluate and edit game film
◦ Assist in running summer camps, showcases, and I.D. clinics
◦ Scout opponents for upcoming matches
◦ Oversaw team manager duties
◦ Managed equipment

Andrew College Men's Soccer (Fall 2015)
• Assistant/Goalkeeper Coach
◦ Started season 7-0.
▪ Finished season tying the win total from the previous three seasons combined.
◦ Ranked as high as #16 in the NJCAA and NSCAA National Polls during the season
◦ Ran daily goalkeeper sessions
◦ Worked with the players in individual or small group training outside of practice
◦ Oversaw the weight room and workout sessions
◦ Developed fundraising opportunities
◦ Maintained the practice and game field, uniforms, and equipment regularly
◦ Evaluated and recruited prospective student athletes
◦ Evaluate and analyze game film
◦ Assist in travel plans, stat keeping, and everyday office and field work
Jefferson Forest Girl's Soccer (Spring 2015)
• Head B-Team Coach
◦ Train the girl's B-Team four days a week
◦ Individual goalkeeping training
◦ Manage equipment
• Assistant Varsity Soccer Coach (State of Virginia runner-up in 2014)
◦ Assist the varsity team by any means necessary throughout the season

Liberty University Men’s Soccer Team
•Served with the team for my Sport Management Practicum in the spring of 2011
•Granted a scholarship with the team for the fall of 2011
•Managed the 2011 Men’s Big South Champions Soccer team
•Duties:
oManage Equipment
oVideo recording
oMarketing/promoting
oGame day operations
oAssisting the coaches during practices and more

Caroline High School
•Head Varsity and Junior Varsity soccer coach in the spring of 2013.

Central Virginia United
-U9 Academy Coach (fall 2013-...)

TRBC Sports
•Assistant Director, Coach, and Referee (fall 2010-spring 2012)
•Coached k-1st and 2-3rd grades in the fall of 2010 and 2011
•Assistant Director and Coach of the 4-6th grade boys league in the springs of 2011 and 2012
•Coached a 4-6th grade girls team in the fall of 2011
•Assistant Director and Coach of the 4-6th grade girls league in the fall of 2012
•Formed a complete rulebook for our 4-6th grade leagues
•Officiated in all of these leagues as well as assisted in other aspects

U.S. Soccer
•Certified U.S. Soccer Official (spring 2012-2013)
oGrade 8 certification

Virginia High School League
•Certified VHSL Soccer Official (spring 2012)

Adam Godwin Soccer Academy
•Summer Intensive Academy (summer 2012 and 2013)
oMiddle school boys coach
-Small group sessions to focus on technical and tactical skills
oAssisted in setting up and breaking down drills each day
oChaperoned employees and clients to daily events

Push The Rock Sport Ministry
•Soccer ministry team member (summer 2011)
oTraveled to Macha, Zambia
oCompeted in matches and organized clinics everyday for pre-k through 6th grade
oBetween clinics we would share a testimony and a sportsmanship thought

Caroline Parks and Recreation
•Youth Soccer Coach (spring 2004-spring 2007)
•Coached five seasons of 2-3rd grade (four as head coach)
•Coached one season of 4-6th grade (as head coach)
Coached one season of 6-9th grade (as head coach)
•Officiated K-2nd grade in between coaching

Caroline High School Outdoor Soccer
•Playing experience
oLettered from 2005-2007
oStarted at Left Back
oPlayed/trained at every position on the field

Caroline High School Indoor Soccer
•Created the first Caroline Indoor Soccer team (fall 2006)
oChoose the team
oCoached practices
oOrganized traveling
oCoached, Captained, and played during matches
oOnly Caroline Soccer team to date to reach a .500 record
oRaised funds for sponsorship

Franklin High School, Franklin Va.
•Served as a volunteer assistant coach for the Junior Varsity co-ed soccer team (2009)

2005- J.V.: Football District Champions
2005-2007: Lettered in Varsity Soccer
2007: Letter in Varsity Golf
2011: Manager of the 2011 Big South Conference Men's Soccer Champions
2014: NCAA Dlll Lynchburg College Women's National Champion Lynchburg College Assistant/Goalkeeper Coach
2015: NJCAA D1 Ranking #16 Andrew College Men's First Assistant/Goalkeeper Coach
*Note many awards in other sports than soccer.

This is subject to change pending on the players positions, strengths, weaknesses, in/out of season, etc. I do use video from multiple angles so that I can go back and study anything I didn't see as well so that I can show the player what I am referring to in the video during our next session. Note: Entire session involves touches on the ball except some warm ups and stretches as touches on the ball is the most important part of the sport.

Here are just a couple ideas...
Goalkeepers:
1.Warm Up (10min.)
2.Stretch (5-7min.)
3.Quick movements handling the ball to get a feel for the ball (3-5min)
4.Reaction drills (5min)
5.Positioning drills (5-10min)
6.Technical instruction of positioning in regards to the ball (5-10min)
7.Back Technical explanation with Tactical instruction (5-10min)
8.Increase speed of play closer to game play (10min)
**Note this is only a broad example for a one hour session and will be much more detailed towards what the players needs to improve upon.

Field Players:
1.Warm Up (10min.)
2.Stretch (5-7min.)
3.Technical Progression (inside, laces, thighs, chest, headers)(10min.)
4.Skilled movements on the ground (5-10min.)
5.Technical instruction if needed (5min.)
6.Tactical instruction on field positioning (5min.)
7.Technical instruction on form where tactical positioning may lack (5min.)
8.Reinforce the technical instruction with tactical instruction (5min)
**Note this is only a broad example for a one hour session and will be much more detailed towards what the players needs to improve upon.

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Client Reviews

Outstanding and great coach my grandson love it.

C.W. is very knowledgeable. I hired him to train my 9 year son at keeper. He is great with young athletes. We had only one session but my son had a great time and learned a lot and wants more training.

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