Boys Sophomore Clinic

This is archived information from a previous year. For current information, please visit the Events page.
The 2014 Boys Sophomore Clinic took place on Saturday, July 26th at the Ehrnfelt Soccer Complex.

Game

An 11 v 11 game with two 35-minute halves will conclude the clinic.
SC1 vs SC2, 4:00pm, Field 7

Featured clinicians

Coach Reid Ayers

A photograph of Reid AyersCoach Reid Ayers of Baldwin Wallace University 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 recognized in the Top Ten in 2011 and 2006. Coach Ayers lead the Yellow Jackets to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in the 2011 season.

Ayers holds his National ‘A’ and National Youth Licenses from the United States Soccer Federation. He is currently 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 the elite players from 13 different states preparing them for domestic and international competition.

Coach Graham Ford

A photograph of Graham FordCoach Graham Ford is in his 19th season as Head Coach of Men’s soccer at The College of Wooster, having guided the Fighting Scots to wins close to 60 percent of the time. Overall, Ford holds a career record of 148–127–33 (.534) entering 2013.

Highlighting his tenure at Wooster, where he served as an assistant coach for four years before taking over in 1995, the Scots went unbeaten during the regular season in 2002 (15–0–3) and were ranked as high as No. 2 in NCAA Div. III, followed by back-to-back North Coast Athletic Conference co-championships (in 2003 and 2004). That three-year run saw Wooster produce a 40–7–6 record, with Ford collecting NCAC Coach-of-the-Year honors in 2003.

Active in the youth soccer community, Ford formerly was co-director of Pennine United (Hudson, Ohio), and he has also worked with the Cleveland United and Ohio Premier clubs. Additionally, he is an Olympic Development State Team coach for Ohio North, an NSCAA advanced licensed coach, a USSF staff clinician, and the director of the Wooster Soccer Academy (a one-week summer camp).

A 1989 graduate of the University of Staffordshire in England, Ford earned a degree in sports management and exercise physiology. He was a player and a coach for six years in England’s top semi-professional league and the director of the F.A. Coaching Center in Manchester from 1986 – 1989.

Team rosters

The rosters were last updated on July 22.

Team # First Name Last Name Organization Primary Position
SC1 Blue GK Daniel Brigadir Mentor Goalkeeper
SC1 Blue GK Alex Gyerman Strongsville Goal keeper
SC1 Blue 1 Anthony Polizzi Padua Franciscan center defense
SC1 Blue 2 Andrew Ferguson Elyria Catholic CENTER MID
SC1 Blue 3 Dominic VanWinkle Warren G Harding center mid
SC1 Blue 4 David Quayle Lutheran West Center midfielder
SC1 Blue 5 David Blinkhorn Archbishop Hoban HS Defender
SC1 Blue 6 Noah Randazzo Dover Defensive Stopper
SC1 Blue 7 aiden serrano Amherst Steele forward
SC1 Blue 8 Tanner Wallace Riverview Community Forward
SC1 Blue 9 Christian Hosbach Archbishop Hoban HS Goal Keeper
SC1 Blue 10 Thomas Ulinski Archbishop Hoban HS left back
SC1 Blue 11 Mathey Brigadir Mentor Left winger
SC1 Blue 12 Adam Cook Strongsville MF
SC1 Blue 13 Logan Nichols Lake (Uniontown) Midfield
SC1 Blue 14 Joseph Pearce Chardon Midfield
SC1 Blue 15 Alex Jakabcic Lutheran West right back
SC1 Blue 16 Gavin Browne NPYSA FORCE Right or Left Mid-fielder
SC1 Blue 17 Charlie Ertz Gilmour Academy Striker
SC2 Red GK Nolan Thomas Lutheran West GK
SC2 Red GK Dimitri Callow Warren G Harding Goalie
SC2 Red 1 ben hryszko Strongsville Center Mid
SC2 Red 2 Cameron Robinson Olmsted Falls Center Midfield
SC2 Red 3 Aaron Ashby Zanesville Def. Center Midfielder
SC2 Red 4 Johnny Durkin Archbishop Hoban HS Defender
SC2 Red 5 John Marchetta Archbishop Hoban HS defender
SC2 Red 6 Thomas Cadenhead Oberlin High School forward
SC2 Red 7 Jared Anderson Strongsville forward
SC2 Red 8 Josh Famageltto Aurora Forward/Stricker
SC2 Red 9 Brandon Price Strongsville Left Midfield
SC2 Red 10 Gabriel Lidderdale St. Vincent – St. Mary left wing
SC2 Red 11 Brandon Hajduk Strongsville Midfield
SC2 Red 12 Michael Whelpley Nordonia Midfielder
SC2 Red 13 Anthony Tersigni St. Vincent – St. Mary Midfielder
SC2 Red 14 Cameron Uhall Archbishop Hoban HS midfielder
SC2 Red 15 Justin Austin Archbishop Hoban HS Outside Midfield
SC2 Red 16 Graham Mellon Archbishop Hoban HS Right Mid-Field
SC2 Red 17 Michael Reed Ontario High School Stopper