Goalkeepers play a critical part in the game.
The Crossfire Select Goalkeeping program provides goalkeepers with the appropriate training and individual attention they need to develop. This program has been constructed specifically to enable our goalkeepers to grow and develop and, most importantly, enjoy the position no matter what level and or age group the individual is playing.
THE GOALKEEPER PROGRAM INCLUDES:
Footwork & Handling
Shot Stopping & Reactions
Crosses & High Balls
Distribution & Starting Positions
Goalkeeper Speed Work & Agility
Mental Aspects of Goalkeeping
GOALKEEPER TRAINING AND EXPECTATIONS:
Attendance is expected and takes priority over team training unless approved by your GK coach.
Goalkeepers are responsible for notifying the GK Staff if they are unable to attend a session.
Goalkeepers must arrive prior to the session start time prepared with gloves, soccer ball and water.
Each training session will last one hour. Please check TeamSnap prior to training to verify that there has been no schedule changes.
U9-U19 Girls Goalkeeper Coach
Crossfire Select Coach since 2012
Archbishop Murphy High School Girls Soccer since 2012
Archbishop Murphy HS Boys Soccer since 2013
WIAA Soccer Coaching Certificate
NFHS Soccer Coaching Certificate
1983-1984 Shoreline College
1981-1982 Lake City United
1979-1982 Shorecrest High School
U9-U19 Boys Goalkeeper Coach
Northwest University, Volunteer Assistant/Goalkeeper Coach
Bellevue College, Assistant /Goalkeeper Coach - Men’s Soccer
Seattle United Head Coach
Trainer- Summer Camp, Advanced Goalkeeper Camp
USSF National “C” License (in progress)
USSF National “D” License
NSCAA Goalkeeping Diploma Level III
NSCAA Goalkeeping Diploma Level II
NSCAA Goalkeeping Diploma Level I
2010-2012 – Goalkeeper for Northwest University (NAIA)
2005, 2008 – Goalkeeper for Bellevue College (NWAC)
2007-2009 – Seattle Wolves FC
2013 – Bellingham United