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College Recruitment Seminar - February 24th 2019
Fantastic evening at the Windows Terrace at Heritage Hills Hotel. Over 120 attendees received incredible insight and advice on the college recruiting process
Special thanks to our guest speakers for the evening :-
- Steve Corrieri – McDaniel College ( FC Ballyhoo Director of Coaching )
- Evan Scheffey – York College ( FC Ballyhoo U16 & U18 Boys coach )
- Chris Ackerman – Franklin & Marshall ( FC Ballyhoo U15 & U17 Girls Coach )
- Bret Altimore – York College ( FC Ballyhoo U16 Girls Coach )
- Caleb Davis – Wilson College
All State Recongnition for two FC Ballyhoo 01 Boys Players
Congratulations to Jake Altimore and Casey Slater from the FC Ballyhoo 01 Boys team, who have been awarded with High School All State recognition for the 2018 season. Incredible accomplishment, well done
FC Ballyhoo 2019-20 Season - Team Tryout Schedule Now Posted
- Dates, Times and locations for all age groups are now posted on our Registration Page!
- The 2019/20 Coaches Roster can be found on our Coaches Page!
- For our 2019/20 Team Program Descriptions please visit our Teams Page
New Appointment : Director of Coaching and Player Development
FC Ballyhoo is excited to announce the appointment of a Director of Coaching and Player Development
Steve Corrieri will assume the position with FC Ballyhoo effective January 1st 2019.
Steve brings with him a wealth of experience spanning two decades.
Born in the UK, Steve played professional soccer in England before moving to the US in 2001. Since that time Steve has had a very successful coaching career in Central Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Steve is the current Men’s Head Coach at McDaniel College
- Six conference championships, six NCAA tournament appearances
- Five years of experience as an ODP Head Coach
- Previous Assistant Coach with York College Men
- Susquehannock HS Boy’s Head Coach
- Two time YAIAA Coach of the Year, Two time YAIAA County Champions
- Eight State Final appearances with four different youth soccer teams (FC York, York United)
Steve’s role with the organization is to focus on all aspects of coaching and player development at the club. He is here to provide a highly trained and dedicated internal resource this is focused on developing our coaching staff, the club’s training curriculum, and the training philosophy and culture, in order to provide the best experience possible for our athletes. The Director of Coaching and Player Development is responsible for the leadership, management and the efficient and effective execution of the FC Ballyhoo coaching program.
I hope you join me in welcoming Steve to FC Ballyhoo. Expect to see him present over the next few months at our winter indoor practices and in-house Saturday futsal program.
FC Ballyhoo College Recruitment Seminar
All Parents & Players 9th Grade through 12th Grade
Sunday, Feb 24th: 6-8 PM @ Heritage Hills Hotel Ballroom
- Steve Corrieri – McDaniel College Men’s Soccer Coach
- Evan Scheffey – York College Men’s Soccer Coach
- Chris Ackerman – Franklin & Marshall Women’s Assistant Soccer Coach
- Brett Altimore – York College Women’s Assistant Soccer Coach
Online registration is necessary to reserve your seat
Please use the link below to sign up (one registration is required per person)
Items on Agenda:
- Being prepared for college showcases tournaments
- What are College ID clinics
- Establish your own criteria
- Promoting yourself!
Bring a pen and paper to take notes!
Coaches will be available immediately after the event to answer questions
LIMITED TO THE FIRST 250 REGISTRANTS!
If you have any questions please contact FC Ballyhoo Director of Coaching and Player Development – Steve Corrieri at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-318-3110
FC Ballyhoo 03 Black EPYSA State Cup Winners 2018
Congratulations to our FC Ballyhoo 03 Black boys soccer team for winning the U15 Boys Eastern Pennsylvania Presidents Cup on Saturday, May 19th!
As Champions of the state competition, the team advanced to the US Youth Soccer Presidents Regional Championships on July 11-15. in West Virginia.
Representing PAE, the team went 3-1-1 in the Regional event, ending as runners up to New Jersey.
Well done boys!