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Dan is SVFC’s executive director. He has a master’s of science degree in Coaching Pedagogy, a USSF A license, and a USYSA National Youth License.

He and his family live in Longmont. From skiing to fly fishing to river rafting, Dan and his family never fail to take full advantage of all that the Colorado lifestyle has to offer.

“I love working at SVFC because of the incredible community of individuals. These are people who are passionate about sport and that know the importance that education provides in shaping the future leaders in our community.”


CONTACT DAN

Zac is the U12 – U19 boys Director of Coaching, director of the organization’s College Advisory Program, and Director of Goalkeeping for SVFC. He oversees all aspects of the Competitive GK Training Program, creates and implements curriculum for all U12 – U19 boys teams, coaches multiple competitive teams, and handles all administrative work associated with the U12 – U19 Boys DOC position. He has been playing the game since he was three years old, has coached at the college level, and, like many people in the Club, lives and breathes the game. One of the best parts of his job is working with the older players as they navigate the college recruiting and search process.

“I love helping players experience light bulb moments where something that they are struggling to understand finally clicks.”


CONTACT ZAC

Mike has been with SVFC since the beginning. Over the 17 years he has been a coach, he has done just about everything. From Director of Camps to Technical Director to Director of Coaching, there is very little Mike doesn’t know about coaching the game of soccer. Mike is SVFC’s Director of Coaching for U12 – U19 Girls, and can happily, as he puts it, “soccer nerd out” for hours. He holds a USSF A License, USC Premier Diploma, and a USC DOC Diploma.

“I love being part of something greater. The game is bigger than we are and it's fun teaching something to the next generation that I hope they can pass along to the one that follows them. It's a beautiful game for a reason.”


CONTACT Mike

Timothy has been playing soccer his whole life. He grew up in Colorado Springs and played against St Vrain Express as a young player. He joined the SVFC team in 2008 has been a part of the organization every step of the way, watching it grow from one team in those early days, to over 40 teams today. Timothy is currently the Director of Coaching for the U9 – U11 age groups for both girls and boys. He has a USSF National A License, a United Soccer Coaches Premier Diploma, and a USSF National Youth License.

“We've always been committed to community and creating culture. And, it feels good to say that we have created a thriving soccer community here in Longmont. Seeing parents and players wearing their St Vrain FC gear around town also speaks to the culture we have helped build.”


CONTACT Tim

Josh, SVFC’s Recreational Director of Coaching, has been playing soccer his entire life and coaching the sport for over 25 years. He captioned his college team at Central College in Pella Iowa, before making coaching soccer his career. After two years at Grinnell High School, Josh became the head men's coach at Kishwaukee College (117-38-9 record) before joining the Northern Illinois University men's program in 2010. Josh and his wife Tina decided to move to Colorado in 2011 when he was hired at SVFC.

With the SVFC, he is the point of contact and administrator for all U4 – U7 and U8 – U15 boys recreational players, coaches, and parents. He works on developing and implementing the coaching curriculum for the recreational coaches, teaches coaching clinics, and runs sessions for the U8-15 boys teams.

“The best the best part of working at SVFC is being able to create something life-changing for kids and the lasting relationships with players and parents that get built along the way.”



CONTACT JOSH

Josh, Assistant Director of Coaching, started coaching in 2013 for the Riverside Soccer Club. From there, he moved to Colorado United and ultimately to St. Vrain Football Club in 2019. He has his USSF C License and a United Soccer Coaches Advanced National Diploma. When he is not playing or listening to music, spending time with his friends, or deeply engrossed in a book, he occasionally coaches with Coerver.

“I believe in growing youth soccer and SVFC does a great job of growing the love of the game.”


CONTACT Josh

Zac is the U12 – U19 Boys Director of Coaching, director of the organization’s College Advisory Program, and Director of Goalkeeping for SVFC. He oversees all aspects of the Competitive GK Training Program, creates and implements curriculum for all U12 – U19 boys teams, coaches multiple competitive teams, and handles all administrative work associated with the U12 – U19 Boys DOC position. He has been playing the game since he was three years old, has coached at the college level, and, like many people in the Club, lives and breathes the game. One of the best parts of his job is working with the older players as they navigate the college recruiting and search process.

“I love helping players experience light bulb moments where something that they are struggling to understand finally clicks.”


CONTACT ZAC

As SVFC’s office manager, Chris Morse is on a mission to make sure every player has the best experience possible. He holds a USSF C License and a United Soccer Coaches Advanced National Diploma. From registration to being on the field, Chris – whose other passions include climbing, playing guitar, and hanging out with friends – lives to watch the young players fall in love with the game.

“We are one of the few clubs that take care in every part of the player's experience. Everything we do is for our players.”


CONTACT CHRIS

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