A photograph of Reid Ayers

We would like to welcome Coach Reid Ayers of Baldwin Wallace University as a featured clinician at the 2013 Boys Sophomore Clinic.

Reid Ayers is the winningest men’s soccer coach in the history of Baldwin Wallace University. Coach Ayers and his outstanding coaching staff have worked hard to develop the Yellow Jacket program into one of the best in the prestigious Ohio Athletic Conference, with a long-term goal of leading the Yellow Jackets to the NCAA Division III National title.

Consistently tabbed as one of the strongest programs in the Great Lakes Region, Ayers led his team to national prominence by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) three of the past five seasons. The Yellow Jackets achieved their highest ranking in 2008 (7th) and were also recognized in the Top Ten in 2011 and 2006. Coach Ayers led the Yellow Jackets to their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament in the 2011 season.

Ayers holds his National ‘A’ and National Youth Licenses from the United States Soccer Federation. He currently is a member of the U.S. Soccer coaching staff, where he assists in selecting players for inclusion into the country’s youth national teams highlighted with an appointment at the prestigious U14 National Identification Camp four of the last five years. He is an Age Group Head Coach for the Region II Olympic Development Staff, where he assesses and trains elite players from 13 different states, preparing them for domestic and international competition.

Read more about Reid Ayers at the Baldwin Wallace web site.