Lavers has helped develop elite players at every youth level, and has led teams to National Final Fours at 5 different levels - the ECNL National Finals, the USYS National Championships, the USASA National Championships, the W-League Final Four, and the WPSL Final Four. As a staff coach with Eclipse Select in Illinois in 2006, Lavers helped lead Eclipse Select to 2 USYS National Championships (U15 and U17) and a USYS National Finalist (U18). In 2010, Lavers led the FC Milwaukee WPSL team to the Midwest Conference championship and WPSL Final Four. In 2011, Lavers’ FC Milwaukee U18 girls team became the first Wisconsin team ever (boys or girls) to win a USYS National Championship. In 2013, the FC WIsconsin Eclipse U23 team advanced to the ECNL National Championship. Lavers is also an assistant coach for the Chicago Red Stars in the women’s professional league (NWSL).
Lavers has worked as an assistant coach with multiple US Soccer Youth National Teams. Lavers holds the highest coaching licenses in the United States - the USSF "A" License, the USSF "Y" License, and the NSCAA Premier Diploma. He also holds the NSCAA / US Club Soccer "Director of Coaching" Certificate. Lavers is the President of the Elite Clubs National League ("ECNL"), the country’s top competition and identification program for female youth soccer players, and the Executive Vice President of US Club Soccer.
White was a member of the FC Milwaukee Nationals coaching staff for 10 years, where she has been the assistant coach for the FC Milwaukee WPSL team since its inception, including with the 2010 WPSL Final Four team. She has worked at multiple levels, including with the U15-U18 FC Milwaukee ECNL teams in 2011-2012. Prior to working with FC Milwaukee, Monica was a Wisconsin USYS ODP program staff coach as well as a coach with the Milwaukee Kickers. Monica holds a US Soccer “C” license.
Monica played collegiate soccer at Purdue University where she graduated and went on to become an actuary.
Parente was a member of the FC Milwaukee Nationals coaching staff for 6 years, working with teams at multiple different age groups, and both boys and girls. Parente played collegiate soccer at St. Norberts and at Marian College, where he was a member of two Conference Championships and two NCAA tournament appearances.
Parente holds a US Soccer "C" license.
Lee was the head men’s soccer coach at Viterbo University from 2006-2012, leading them to 4 straight Midwest Collegiate Conference semi-finals, and one championship game, in five years. Lee holds a UEFA "B" license, the third highest coaching license in Europe, and worked previously in England with the Newcastle United Football Development Academy and the Northumberland Football Partnership. Lee is also currently a coach with Wisconsin USYS ODP.
While at Viterbo, he was also the Director of Coaching for Coulee Region United Soccer Association from 2009-2012, and the girls head coach at Aquinas High School from 2010-2012.
Markgraf has played at every level of women’s soccer in the world. She played collegiately at the University of Notre Dame, where she was a 3-time All Big East selection, the 1997 Big East Defensive Player of the Year, and the Defensive MVP of the 1995 Notre Dame NCAA National Championship team.
Representing the United States, Markgraf played in 3 Olympic Games and 3 Women’s World Cups, where she won a silver medal (2000), 2 gold medals (2004, 2008), one World Cup Championship (1999), and two third place World Cup finishes (2003, 2007). She is one of only 10 female players ever to earn 200 caps.
Professionally, Margraf played in the WUSA for the Boston Breakers and Chicago Red Stars, and in Sweden for KIF Obrero. Currently, Markgraf is a color commentator for ESPN, and will be working as an analyst during the 2012 London Olympics.
Check played goalkeeper for Marquette University, finishing his eligibility in 2011. During his career he earned Big East Goalkeeper of the Week multiple times, and led the Big East in saves in 2010. He started 18 out of 21 games in each of the 2010 and 2011 seasons, leading the team to the 2011 Big East Blue Division Championship. Over the past years he has coached goalkeepers at Camp Shut-Out, working under many top level goalkeeping coaches, including former FC Wisconsin Eclipse goalkeeper coach Hideki Nakada.
Deebach played goalkeeper for the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, finishing her career with the third best goals-against average in school history. She started every game of her senior year, leading UWM to the 2010 Horizon League Championship, the Horizon League Tournament Championship, and the NCAA tournament. During her career at UWM, the Panthers went to 4 straight NCAA tournaments. Deebach also played for the FC Milwaukee WPSL Team in 2010, starting in goal all season for the W-League Midwest Champions and Final Four Participants.
Prior to joining FC Wisconsin Eclipse, Deebach coached at Whitefish Bay High School.
Solberg was the ECNL Director for Challenge Soccer Club in Houston, TX for many years prior to returning to his hometown of Milwaukee in spring 2013. Prior to moving to Houston, Solberg led FC Milwaukee boys teams to 2 USYS National Finals in 2005 and 2006, losing the 2006 National Championship in a penalty shoot-out. Solberg was also the Head Women's Soccer Coach at the University of Houston from 2001-2005.
Provan has coached youth soccer at multiple levels for more than 10 years in club, college and USYS ODP. Most recently, Provan was at Bavarian Soccer Club where we worked with their youth teams and also with the NPSL Men’s teams. Provan also currently works with the FC Wisconsin boys and girls, leading the U13-U18 girls program.
Provan played professional soccer with the Milwaukee Rampage (outdoor) and Milwaukee Wave (indoor), winning championships with both, and played collegiately at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee where he was a four year starter and captain his senior year. Provan holds a US Soccer "A" license.
Miller played college soccer for Marquette University, finishing her eligibility in 2012 after helping Marquette to four straight Big East Divisional championships, and 4 straight NCAA tournaments. During her four year career at Marquette, she won almost every conceivable award in the Big East and at Marquette, including: 2012 Big East Defensive Player of the Year, 2012-13 Big East All-Academic Team, 2012 All-Big East First Team, and 2012 NSCAA Second Team All-American. In her youth career, Ally trained under the same developmental curriculum currently used at FC Wisconsin Eclipse, leading her team to 2 Regional Finals, the Surf Cup Final, and the Disney final – a list of performances that made them one of the most successful teams in Wisconsin history. She also helped lead her WPSL team to the 2010 WPSL Final Four.