Elon University Men's Soccer Coaches - Nike Soccer College ID Camp
Showcase your talent in front of college coaches
Join us at Bryan Park in Browns Summit, NC for the Nike College ID Camps with Elon University Coaches. These ID camps offer High School athletes the unique opportunity to get to know Head Coach Marc Reeves and the Elon University coaching staff, along with a number of other college coaches who will be in attendance. The focus will be on in-game player evaluation from 11 v 11 scrimmages. Each participant will be able to receive a written evaluation form after the camp, this information with be shared with all local colleges.
- Opportunity to work with Elon Universities Men’s Soccer Staff
- GK specific training
- Top Facilities
- Location allows for multiple college visits to schools in NC, VA and surrounding areas
- Exposure to wide range of school from all divisions
- Low camper to coach ratio
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Head Coach Marc Reeves
Marc Reeves was named head coach of the Elon University men's soccer program on February 22, 2017...View Marc's Bio ⟩
"Marc Reeves has experienced a tremendous amount of success at every level of his coaching career and we are thrilled to welcome him to the Elon family," said Elon Director of Athletics Dave Blank. "Marc possesses a strong commitment to the full experience of the student-athlete and has demonstrated that he knows what it takes to achieve success at the highest level. We are excited about his enthusiasm and confident he is the right coach to continue the upward trajectory of the Elon men's soccer program moving forward."
“I am truly thankful to Dave Blank, President Lambert and the search committee for the opportunity to lead Elon men’s soccer,” Reeves said. “I have great respect for the program’s previous coaches, especially most recently Chris Little and Darren Powell. Both are incredibly high caliber coaches of great character and they have left a very strong program in place that we will look to build on for the future. My family and I are eager to join the Elon University and become a part of its exceptional community.”
In Reeves' second season at Elon, he helped the Phoenix to a pair of top-25 victories over No. 20 FIU and also at No. 25 and CAA champion James Madison. Elon would have three players earn All-CAA honors in 2018 in Luke Matthews (first team), Iñigo Bronte (second team) and Jack Willbye (third team).
Reeves led the Phoenix to a 7-5-6 mark in his first season in 2017 and a 3-2-3 ledger during CAA play. Elon was one of the stout defensive teams in both the CAA and in the country under his watch as the Phoenix set new single-season school records in fewest goals allowed (11), GAA (0.57) while also tying its single-season mark with 10 shutouts. Five players also garnered All-CAA accolades during the year with Matthew Jegier also adding a CoSIDA Academic All-District 3 first team honor for the second time.
In seven years at Radford, Reeves led the Highlanders to an overall record of 75-43-20 (.616) including a 42-15-6 (.682) mark against conference opponents. He led RU to back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament in both 2015 and 2016 and three straight Big South Conference regular season titles. Reeves helped 41 players achieve All-Big South laurels and was honored with Big South Coach of the Year accolades in both 2014 and 2016. Reeves' players also performed in the classroom during his tenure at Radford, as six earned Academic All-Big South honors.
In 2016, Reeves led the Highlanders to a 14-4-2 overall record, including a 7-1-0 mark against league foes. The Highlanders captured the Big South Tournament title with a 1-0 shutout against Longwood, marking the team's 10th clean sheet of the season. Radford earned an NCAA Tournament bid for the fourth time in program history, as eight players were named to the All-Big South team. For his efforts, Reeves was named Big South Coach of the Year for the second time in his career.
In 2015, Reeves' Radford squad ended the year as one of the top offensive threats in the country. Radford led the Big South with 44 goals, ranking in the top-20 nationally. Radford's defense was just as impressive, only allowing four goals in Big South play – the lowest recorded in the league – and ending the year with nine clean sheets.
Reeves earned 2014 Big South Coach of the Year honors, as the Highlanders posted a 12-5-3 overall record and an 8-1-0 mark in conference play. It was the fourth straight winning season for the Highlanders, which has not been done in nearly 20 years.
Reeves came to Radford after 11 seasons at St. John's, including the last four (2006-09) as the program's associate head coach.
The Gillingham Dorset, England, native was part of an extraordinary run of success at St. John's. The Red Storm reached the NCAA Tournament Round of 16 in eight of his ten seasons, including a national championship appearance in 2003, three trips to the national semifinals (2001, 2003, 2008), and four national quarterfinal appearances (2001, 2003, 2004, 2008).
A midfielder, Reeves played for St. John's for one season in 1998. He was part of the team that won the Big East Championship and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight. Reeves went on to earn a masters degree in secondary education and began his coaching career in 1999. Prior to arriving at St. John's, Reeves graduated from Brunel University (Middlesex, England) in 1997 with an upper second degree in sports science.
Reeves has a USSF A National License and a NSCAA Advanced National Diploma.
Reeves and his wife Susanne have three children: Robert, Olivia and Jackson.
THE MARC REEVES FILE
• Hometown: Gillingham Dorset, England
• Wife: Susanne
• Children: Robert "Robbie", Olivia "Livi", Jackson
• Undergraduate Degree: Brunel University, England ('97)
• Master's Degree: St. John's ('98)
• St. John's (1998)
• Helped lead the Red Storm to a Big East title and NCAA Elite Eight appearance
• NY Pancyprian Freedoms (2001-2010)
Coaching Accomplishments and Awards
• Big East Tournament Championships: 3 (last in 2009)
• Big South Regular Season Championships: 3 (last in 2016)
• Big South Tournament Championships: 1 (last in 2016)
• NCAA Tournament Appearances: 12
• NCAA Round of 16 Appearances: 5
• NCAA Final Four Appearances: 3 (2001, 2003, 2008)
• Aflac National Assistant Coach of the Year: 2002
• NSCAA East Region Assistant Coach of the Year: 2008
• Big South Coach of the Year: 2014, 2016
• VaSID Coach of the Year: 2015
Collegiate Coaching Career
• 2017: Elon University (Head Coach)
• 2010-16: Radford University (Head Coach)
• 2006-08: St. John's (Associate Head Coach)
• 1999-2005: St. John's (Assistant Coach)
Head Coaching Record
* 2019: Elon (7-9-2, 1-6 CAA)
• 2018: Elon (5-8-2, 2-5-1 CAA)
• 2017: Elon (7-5-6, 3-2-3 CAA)
• 2016: Radford (14-4-2, 7-1-0 Big South)
• 2015: Radford (14-4-2, 7-1-1 Big South)
• 2014: Radford (12-5-3, 8-1-0 Big South)
• 2013: Radford (9-7-4, 5-3-2 Big South)
• 2012: Radford (10-6-4, 7-2-1 Big South)
• 2011: Radford (9-8-2, 4-4-1 Big South)
• 2010: Radford (7-9-3, 4-3-1 Big South)
Career Record: 94-65-30 (48-28-10 vs. conference opponents)
Associate Head Men's Soccer Coach Tony Falvino
Tony Falvino joined the Elon men's soccer coaching staff as the role of associate head coach in February of 2023. Falvino joins the Phoenix coaching staff after spending the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Mercer. During his time with the Bears, Falvino helped the program to a Southern Conference Tournament title and an NCAA Tournament appearance.View Tony's Bio ⟩
Prior to his time at Mercer, Falvino served as the head coach at his alma mater at Greensboro College for six seasons. Under his guidance, the Pride compiled an overall record of 75-29-4 and a conference record of 49-10-3. He advanced to the conference semifinals or finals each season. He claimed two USA South Regular Season Titles (2015 and 2018) and was named the USA South Coach of the Year in 2015.
During his time at Greensboro College, Falvino coached 28 USA South All-Conference Selections, six USA South All-Tournament Selections, two USA South Rookie of the Year selections, two USA South Player of the Year selections, one All-Region and one All-American.
Before taking over the head coaching duties at Greensboro College, Falvino was an assistant coach at Davidson College since the 2012 season. He has also worked at Francis Marion, Wingate and High Point.
A standout player during his four years as a member of the Pride men's soccer team, Falvino earned All-Region honors while being named the USA South Athletic Conference Rookie of The Year in 2002 and the Conference Player of The Year in 2005. Falvino was also named a member of the USA South Athletic Conference Men's Soccer 50th Anniversary Team in 2013.
Falvino graduated from Greensboro College in 2006 with a bachelor's degree in exercise and sports studies. He later received his master's degree in sports administration from Wingate University in 2010.
Assistant Coach Brian White
Brian White begins his first season as a member of the Elon University men's soccer coaching staff after joining the Phoenix in August of 2021.View Brian's Bio ⟩
White arrives to Elon after spending this past season at UNCG, where he served as a volunteer assistant coach for the 2020 Southern Conference champion Spartans. Prior to coaching at UNCG, White spent time as an assistant at Greensboro College from 2016-2019 where he helped the Pride to a 54-21-3 record over that span and four consecutive USA South Atlantic Conference Championship semifinal appearances.
Before joining the Pride staff, White spent the 2015 season as a volunteer assistant at High Point, where he coached seven players that went on to sign professional domestic league contracts, including 2020 second round New England Revolution draft pick Keegan Meyer.
A graduate of Roanoke College (2014) and Liberty University (2018), White has extensive experience coaching among the youth ranks in the Triad. He spent a year as an Assistant Director of Coaching for NC Fusion's U11-U14 programs and another as an assistant director for Piedmont Triad FC's U14 and U15 boys. White also spent a season as an assistant coach with the now USL League 2 side Carolina Dynamo.
White started his coaching career at Roanoke College as a volunteer assistant coach, after earning three All-ODAC conference honors during his playing career as a Maroon.
Elon men's soccer head coach Marc Reeves will be hosting one and two-day ID clinics at Bryan Park in the summer of 2022. The ID clinic provides high school players an opportunity to impress and work with college coaches.
"Our clinics have been extremely valuable in getting to work directly with players who have a true interest in our program," said Reeves. "A player's attitude and work ethic is as big a piece to us in recruiting as well as their technical or athletic qualities."
SECURE YOUR SPOT!
Due to local and state regulations, we anticipate having to reduce our enrollment numbers significantly this year. You can expect a high demand on these first-come-first-serve camper spots, so please be sure to register early.
COLLEGE ID CAMP INFO:
- June 10, 2023 (Saturday)
- July 16, 2023 (Sunday)
- August 5, 2023 (Sunday)
- Discounted team rate is available for five or more players from the same team at $50 per player, for June camp. Please email [email protected] for details and code.
- Ages: 13-18
- Gender: Boys
- Hours: 9am - 1pm
- Meals: Lunch is not provided
- Colleges in attendance: A range of D1, D2, D3 and NAIA schools from North Carolina and surrounding states.
- Check-in & out Locations: Bryan Park Soccer Complex
- Meals: Lunch is NOT provided
SCHOOLS IN ATTENDANCE
A range of D1, D2, D3 and NAIA schools from North Carolina and surrounding states. The below is a list of schools that were in attendance for 2021, this is subject to change for 2022.
- Warren Wilson College - D3
- University of Mount Olive - D2
- Lees McRae College - D2
- Methodist University - D3
- Barton College - D2
- Shaw University - D2
- Guilford College - D3
- Newberry College - D2
- Coker University - D2
- Roanoke - D3
PREPARE FOR CAMP: COMPLETE YOUR PRE-CAMP CHECKLIST
To view your customer account, complete your mandatory forms, pay balance dues, and review important camp information, visit Pre-Camp Checklist.
All necessary camp information is on this page. If there are any imperative changes prior to camp start, registered campers will be notified via email and this webpage will be updated!
INSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT, & FACILITY
- Ratio: Low camper to coach ratio
- Groupings: Campers are grouped by age, ability, and experience
- Equipment Needed: All campers must bring soccer cleats, shin guards, athletic shoes, and a water bottle. A further list of 'recommended items' will be in the Information Packet.
- Facility: Bryan Park Soccer Complex
- Medical Protocol: Most camps have an athletic trainer on-site to help with illness or injury. In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital
CHECKLIST OF THINGS TO BRING:
Below is a suggested list of clothes, equipment, and personal items. US Sports Camps is NOT responsible for lost or stolen articles or money.
- Athletic clothing
- Soccer Cleats (no metal studs)
- Shin guards
- Water bottle
- Packed lunch and snacks
- Small gym bag/backpack
Nike Soccer Camp Balls can be purchased during registration. Players can choose between a size 4 or size 5 ball, which will be passed out on the first day of camp. Please note that it is not required to bring a soccer ball to camp as they are provided by the staff for camp instruction.
If you have a group of 4 or more campers registering for the same camp, each camper is eligible for a $25 discount. If you have a group of 8 or more campers registering for the same camp, each camper is eligible for a $30 discount. please fill out the Team Discount - Soccer form with the name of your group and the names of each camper enrolling in the camp and we will create a unique discount code for your group.
Transportation is not provided. Campers are responsible for getting to and from camp on their own. There is no supervision before or after camp hours so please make arrangements to pick up your child on time.
Most camps have an athletic trainer on-site to help with illness or injury. In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital.
For information regarding our cancellation policy and all other company policies, please visit USSC Policies.
NIKE SOCCER CAMP FAQ
For general questions about our soccer camps please see our FAQ page.
***Camps are open to any and all entrants. Enrollment in our camps is limited only by age, gender, and capacity restrictions as specified by each camp.
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Sample Daily Schedule
- 8:45am Check-in
- 9:15am Small sided training + warm up
- 9:30am 11v11 Game Evaluations
- 11:30am Lunch break
- 12:00pm Technical sessions
- 1:00pm Check-out
Bryan Park Soccer Complex: 6105 Townsend Rd, Browns Summit, NC 27214
SECURE YOUR SPOT – CAMPS SELL OUT!
Last year over 650 Sports Camps sold out, leaving 7,000+ campers on the waitlist. Due to high demand, early registration for our first-come-first-serve camps is strongly recommended.