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Coach Staci

Staci Wilson, CSCS

            Staci Wilson is former professional soccer player with extensive experience training athletes, teams and coaches. An NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach, she holds a US Soccer B Coaching License, and has teaching certifications in yoga and Pilates. She played professional soccer for the Carolina Courage and on the 1996 USWNT that won the first ever Olympic Gold Medal for Women’s Football. Currently Wilson runs a soccer training and consulting businessout of south Florida and devotes free time to giving back to the sport through charitable organizations that target females and underserved communities. Wilson is a Licensed GrassrootsInstructor through US Soccer Federation.





US Soccer Federation - Grassroots Instructor License                                                                    2018

United Soccer Coaches - Director of Coaching Diploma                                                                 2018

Athletics & Fitness Association of America (AFAA) - Practical Yoga                                               2017

Athletics & Fitness Association of America (AFAA) - Practical Pilates                                             2016

US Soccer Federation B-License (USSF-B)                                                                                     2012

International Society of Sports Nutrition, Certified Sports Nutritionist (C-ISSN)                               2005

USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach (USAW-L1SP)                                                          2004

National Strength & Conditioning Association - Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist           2002




Florida High School Athletic Association 2A Girls' Soccer Coach of Year 2017

Sun Sentinel Girls' Soccer Coach of Year 2017

Palm Beach Post Girls' Soccer Coach of Year 2017

Virginia-Washington D.C. Soccer Hall of Fame 2014

WUSA Regular Season Champions 2002

WUSA Founders Cup Champions 2002

W-League National Championship   1999

W-League All Star Team 1998-2000

UNC-Chapel Hill 3x National Champion '94, '96, '97

ACC All-Time Women’s Soccer Team 2002

Soccer America College Team of the Decade (1990s)

NSCAA College All-American 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997

NCAA Final Four All Tournament Team '94, '95, '97

ACC All-Tournament Team 1994, 1995, 1997

Soccer America All-American '94, '95, '97

Soccer News National Player of the Year 1995

Soccer America National Freshman of the Year 1994

UNC-Chapel Hill  # 27 jersey retired 2000

Parade Magazine High School All America '93, '94

NSCAA High School All-American 1992, 1993, 1994

Washington Post All-Metro Player of the Year 1993

Olympic Development Program National Team 1991-1994

Laurie Schwoy

Laurie Schwoy achieved NCAA Player of the Year and All-American at UNC-Chapel Hill.  Her stellar playing career included playing center midfielder with the US Women’s National Team and professional soccer for the WUSA Philadelphia Charge... Laurie has been coaching youth club teams for sixteen years while also training some of the top high school teams in Maryland. She coached her club team to a 2010 Region 1 Championship.
         As a player her many accolades include: U20 Women's National Team, Soccer America Freshman of the Year, Parade Magazine Player of the Year, NSCAA Player of the Year, 3x NCAA Division 1 Champion, ACC Rookie of the Year, Soccer News College All-American, 1st Team All-ACC, All-NCAA Tournament, 3x NSCAA HS All-American, 2x Maryland Player of the Year