Since first kicking a ball, Louie has had a passion for soccer beyond purely playing the game. This led to him exploring coaching options at a young age and becoming a fully qualified British soccer coach with more than twelve years experience. He has coached all ages and abilities in both the UK and 17 different states in the USA. His love of the game was cemented while playing academy football in the south of England, and represented his school and district. He cut his coaching teeth running summer camps in Brighton, England. His path took him to the USA, following his of passing on his love of the beautiful game to children and young people. He works with youth level, semi-pro and professional athletes. After five years traveling playing and coaching soccer all across the US he returned home after being offered a place onto the Master's degree program at The Johan Cruyff Institute, he attended The University of East London to complete his studies and further his coaching qualifications in 2015 whilst playing in the London District League between injuries and coaching at the University, local clubs and at Premier League clubs foundation systems across london. He has been at Crossfire Oregon and Lake Oswego Soccer Club since 2016 and had spent the past two seasons with Lakeridge High School. His current client list here in Portland consists of more than 100 players some of whom have been involved with the national team circuit and many players who have gone on to attain college scholarships all across the US . For Louie, this is a career and passion, not just a job. Louie's coaching speaks for itself he judges his seasons not on wins and losses but on how many players he has helped step up to play at the next level.
Masters degree in Sports Management and Coaching from the University of East London.
UEFA & US coaching licenses.
BTEC Sports Science
Qualified Personal Trainer
Academy Program Director: Challenger Sports, Los Angeles
Head Coach: Lake Oswego Soccer Club 2016 -Present.
Lake Oswego SC Juniors Director 2019-Present.
Head Coach: Oregon Premier Football Club formerly Crossfire Oregon 2016-19.
Head Coach: Crossfire United ECNL Program. 2019-Present.
Assistant Varsity Women's Coach: Lakeridge High School. 2016-Present
David Mack has been coaching with Lake Oswego SC Program since 2015. After graduating HS from Central Catholic David played collegiately for Yavapai CC. After returning from college his main focus has been to give back all the knowledge of the game he has learned over the years of playing for exceptional coaches from across the globe.
'Dave' coaches many age groups including leading the junior program at LOSC since 2017, he has also been instrumental in the success of running the indoor center and youth programs while coaching at Tualatin Indoor Soccer. He's been an Head coach there for over 7 years working with players at all different ages and ability levels. Throughout those years David has been a household name in the SoccerKid programs and continues to be the face of many programs and leagues.
At Highschool David made All League for his freshman, sophomore and junior year, before joining the Portland Timbers in the very first year of the Timbers Academy . At college in Yavapai as a freshman he made two All American Teams, and at Nationals he made the All Star Tournament Team. His experience at the collegiate level and his ability to form bonds with players on an individual level is what makes him so instrumental in the success of the technical training programs. He helps deliver game-like and effective practice that allows players to reach their full potential, and build confidence in their ability.
Head Coach at Tualatin Indoor soccer: 2010-Present.
Lake Oswego Soccer Club: 2015-Present.
Sherwood High School Head of JV: 2017-Present.
Oregon Premier Football Club formerly Crossfire Oregon: 2018-Present
Christo played club soccer for Westside Timbers from U12 to U18 and he went on to win 6 state championships with Westside. He also played 4 years of Varsity soccer at Jesuit high school and won the high school state championship 3 out of the 4 years. Christo was named State Player of the Year both his Junior and Senior year of high school. After his last high school soccer season, Christo was invited to the High school All-American game where he earned MVP of the All-American game.
Christo then went on to play 4 years of Division 1 Soccer at Gonzaga University. During his 4 years at Gonzaga, Christo earned all-league honors twice and is currently the #10 all time goal scorer for Gonzaga University. During the summers, Christo played for the Portland Timbers U23's and won the conference title in 2017. Christo was placed as #24 on the PDL's pro prospect list amongst all college soccer players playing in the PDL. Following his senior season at Gonzaga he signed a professional contract with the San Jose Earthquakes second team, Reno 1868 FC.
Christo now wants to inspire the next generation of soccer players in the Portland area. Christo hopes his competitive spirit and strong understanding of the game can help kids of all ages develop into the player that they want to become.
Lake Oswego Soccer Club- Head Coach
Oregon Premeir FC- Assistant Coach
Jesuit HS - Assistant Coach
Corbyn University - College Assistant Coach
Corri has just started coaching with Lake Oswego SC Program.
After graduating university of South Wales with an honors degree in soccer coaching, development and administration,
Corri recently moved from her club in the Bay Area.
Originally from Scotland, Corri played for Falkirk Ladies, Celtic Ladies and Hamilton Academical Ladies teams,
as well as representing the Scotland Ladies National Team at U15, U17 and U19 levels.
After college her main focus has been to complete her UEFA B coaching Licence and to settle into life in the US with her wife.
Corri's desire is to give back all the knowledge of the game she has learned over the years of playing for exceptional coaches from across the globe.
Corri coaches many age groups including leading the girls junior program at LOSC.
She's been an Head coach for over 4 years working with players at all different ages and ability levels.
Qualifications : UEFA B, BSC Soccer Coaching and Player Development
Roles: Lake Oswego Soccer Club- Junior Lead Coach
Lake Oswego Soccer Club - Assistant Coach
Maggie Choate has been playing soccer since she was three years old and has always been passionate about the game. She played over 10 years of club soccer in the local area including 4 years at Crossfire ECNL.
Maggie played high school soccer for La Salle Catholic College Preparatory winning state her sophomore year.
She is currently at George Fox University entering her Junior year. She is the starting center midfielder for the women’s soccer team.
After training at Portland 1 to 1 for 5 years, she knew she was ready to start a coaching career of her own.
For the last two years she has been coaching young players helping them develop their skills and knowledge of the game. She enjoys coaching individuals as well as in the team setting. Maggie currently is the assistant coach at Oregon Premier FC for the 2005 girls.
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Chris Duvall grew up in Atlanta, GA, playing club soccer for Concorde Fire in the U.S. Development Academy. He was named an ESPN Rise All-American and also played 4 years of Varsity soccer for Wesleyan School. He then went on to play at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, earning a starting spot all four years and accumulating over 70 games and adding 1 goal and 11 assists as a defender. He was then drafted 22nd overall in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft by New York Red Bulls. He placed 4th in the Rookie of the Year voting, while helping the team to consecutive MLS Conference Finals in 2014 and 2015, as well as winning the Supporters’ Shield in 2015. After 3 years with New York Red Bulls, he was traded to Montreal Impact, where he spent 2 seasons as a starter before being traded again to Houston Dynamo. After one year with Houston, he then spent 2020 with the Portland Timbers, where he won the MLS Is Back Tournament. He accumulated over 120 professional games in MLS, CONCACAF Champions League, and U.S. Open Cup over the course of 7 years, adding 2 goals and 7 assists. Chris hopes to share his experiences and passion for the game with the next generation of players in the Portland area. He has a passion for helping kids improve their game and hopes to help push the next generation of players to become the best that they can be.
Lucas DePinna has been involved in the portland soccer scene since birth. He was a three sport HS athlete and played Soccer at Whittier in California. He has coached at Lake Oswego Sc, Crossfire Oregon, and now coaches in the ECNL program at his boyhood club FC Portland.
From Madrid in Spain. With a Left foot out of this world, for him and his family football is a way of life, Sergio's father played more than 180 games for Real Madrid and 13 for Spain. Winning 4 LaLiga Titles, 3 Copa Del Reys, and 2 UEFA Cups.
For Sergio his Love and passion within the game is what make him a such an effective coach, his ability to make an impression on players and help them reach their full potential is what makes him invaluable to Portland 1 to 1. He coaches at Crossfire or whats now called Oregon Premier FC and at Lake Oswego High School. Sergio also works with goal keepers and outfield players but specialises in his ability to adapt to each players needs.
Sergio father of two boys Nico and Henry, has a Degree in Marketing from university of Madrid and is Married to Mrs SanJose the Spanish teacher at Lake Oswego JrHigh.
Nicole is our Video Production expert you can find her instagram here www.instagram.com/flennaughflicks
and her website https://flennaughflicks.com/
Nicole named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Freshman of the Year, becoming only the second Cal State LA women's basketball player to earn that award and the first since 2003-04. Received All-CCAA honorable mention. Started all 28 games for the Golden Eagles and led the team in minutes played with 939. Averaged 12.5 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game. Was second on the team in scoring and in 3-point field goals made with 66. Tied the program record for successful 3-pointers in a game twice. Hit eight 3-pointers in nine attempts and scored 26 points in an 87-73 win at Cal State San Bernardino on Jan. 11. Had a season-high eight assists in that game as well. Also hit eight 3-pointers and scored a season-high 30 points at UC San Diego on Feb. 15. Scored 25 points in a 58-55 win at Sonoma State on Feb. 27. Had 21 points and a season-high 10 rebounds at Humboldt State on Nov. 23. Hit a game-winning basket at the buzzer in a 78-77 win at Simon Fraser (11-17-19). Reached double figures in scoring 16 times and scored 20 or more points six times. Was named Cal State LA’s Freshman of the Year. Received 2019-20 CCAA All-Academic honors.
At Westview High School: Earned first-team All-League honors and was an All-Academic Scholar all four years in high school. Averaged 17 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals per game.
Personal: Daughter of Damon and Yukiko Flennaugh. Majoring in media and film. Enjoys guitar, photography, eating, traveling, basketball and watching TV. Lists having a 37-point game and beating the No. 1 team in state as her most exciting experiences in sports.