US FUTBOL TRAINING Staff has some
of the best soccer coaches in the country and have developed many players that had the ability and desire to play at the highest
level. Our staff has experience in training teams and players from all levels of soccer: High School, Club, ODP, College,
Head Men's Coach Washington College
was named the 10th head coach in Washington College men’s soccer history in 2006. Hoffman came to Washington from the
United States Military Academy (ARMY), where he served as the top assistant coach since 2000. Hoffman got his start in college
coaching at his alma mater, West Chester University from 1996 until1999. Drew also coached in the Eastern New York and Eastern
Pennsylvania ODP programs Hoffman holds a National “A” from the United States Soccer Federation and a Premier
Diploma from the NSCAA. He is a currently working with Maryland’s ODP as well as with MYSA’s Coaching Education
and the Freestate Soccer Alliance. As a player at West Chester, Hoffman had an outstanding four-year career
and helped lead the Golden Rams to a school record 14 wins in 1994 and the ECAC Semi-Finals.
Assistant Men's Soccer Coach Haverford College, Head GK Trainer Castle
Matt joined the Haverford College Staff in the fall of 2009.
Before he arrived at Haverford Matt spent three years on Greensboro College men's soccer coaching staff where he helped
the Pride to two USA SOUTH CONFERENCE championships and two NCAA tournament appearances. A four-year
starting goalkeeper at Greensboro College, Brown is first in career wins (37) and second in career saves (222). He was
a member of Three USA SOUTH CONFERENCE championship teams and appeared in three NCAA Tournaments guiding Greensboro
College to the Sweet 16 his Freshman year. Brown was captain of the Pride his senior year as he earned All South-region
team ,North Carolina College All-State and was named USA South All Conference Team twice. Matt
Played three seasons in the USL, 2003 for Raleigh, 2004 and 2005 for the Carolina Dynamo. The 2004 Carolina Dynamo won
the Eastern Conference Championship and advanced to the National PDL Semi-Finals. In 2006 Brown joined the Dynamo Coaching
staff as an assistant Coach in charge of the Dynamo Goalkeepers.
Men and Women’s Head Coach Indian River H.S.
2010, 2011 Back
to Back Henlopen Conference Champions
has coached Indian River for six years, in 2008 IR Men reached the Delaware State Semi- Finals. During his time at IR Kilby's
teams have won Four Henlopen Conference Championships '05, '06, '07, '10, '11. He holds a USSF "C" License,
NCSAA Coaches Diploma, USSF Youth License. Steve earned State and Regional Coach of the Year honors in 2008. Coach
Kilby has been a Staff Coach for Delaware ODP for the past 10 years. He has coached various teams throughout his
career, including teams from New Hampshire and Delaware. Steve is also on the DYSA coaching education and licensing Staff.
Coach Kilby is also the Director of Coaching for the River Soccer club, a position he has held since 2001.
Head Men's Soccer Coach Red Bank Catholic H.S.
Black has been at Red Bank Catholic for five seasons and has been on the Carolina Dynamo Super Camp Staff for the past four
seasons. Black has been a Staff Coach at West End Soccer. He was New Jersey Prep All-State Player and competed on two
New Jersey State Championship teams. George was a four year starter for Wesley College. Coach Black led Red Bank Catholic
to the playoffs for the past two seasons.
Head Coach Men’s and Women’s at St. Elizabeth’s High School
Gibbons has been the head coach at St. Elizabeth’s since 2002. St’ Elizabeth’s
has four state tournament appearances under coach Gibbons watch. Holds a USSF “B” license, and is a staff coach
for the state of Delaware Olympic Development Program, Eddie Coaches club soccer for Hockessin Soccer Club. During his college
career Gibbon’s was a four year starter and captain for Wesley College.
Paul holds a USSF "B" License and is the Head Coach of both the boys and girls programs at Dover High
School. Coach Booton serves on the Delaware Coaching Education Staff andis a member of the DIAA Soccer Committee. He
has also coached with the Delaware ODP programs in the years past and served as the DOC for CDSA for 6 years. Currently,
Coach Booton serves as President of the Delaware High School Soccer Coaches Association and is a member of the DIAA High School
Soccer Committee. Coach Booton has been selected as the State Coach of the Year twice in the past sice years in Delaware.
Head Men’s Coach Caravel Academy
Coach Berry has
over 25 years of coaching soccer. He is the former assistant coach of the Delaware Wizards professional team. Berry led McKean
High School to a High school State Championship. Coach Berry played collegiate soccer at the University of Delaware and played
for Wallace F.C. the most successful men’s team in Delaware soccer. He has been on the coaching staff for Caravel Academy
for the past six years, helping guide the Bucs to a State Championship in 2009. In 2010 Berry was appointed Head Coach of
Caravel Academy, Coach Berry’s Bucs advanced to the State Championship Match in 2010. John has many youth club championships
and has been on staff with some of the top soccer camps in the region.
Neumann University, Brandywine High School, Trainer Upper
Darby YSA U-17’s
Steve has been the assistant coach at Brandywine for the past two seasons.
Coach Weaver coached in Germany, Belgium, and England as a Youth Professional Trainer for camp ages 10 thru 16. In 2010 Steve
was a scout for Neumann University Men’s soccer team. Coach Weaver played collegiate soccer for Neumann University,
where he was captain for three years and selected team MVP twice. Steve was a three time all conference selection at Neumann
CDSA Youth Academy Director, Assistant
Coach Dover Varsity Boys and Caesar Rodney Girls.
Coach Lavender is currently on
the Staff Coach for Delaware’s Olympic Development program. Dwayne was selected All Conference three times and achieved
All- State Honors as a prep player for Middletown and Glasgow High schools. He played collegiate soccer at Wesley College,
an ECAC Finalist in 2004.
Head Coach Appoquinimink High School
Adam graduated from Washington College, where he earned a varsity letter all four years. Adam was selected
as an All-Centennial Conference player in 2003. Adam attended and graduated from Middletown HS. While at Middletown
he received multiple All-Conference and All-State awards. While coaching at Appoquinimink the varsity team won back
to back Flight B Championships in 2009 and 2010. Adam is also the Director of MOT Camps.