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Jonathon Colton, Bethesda Soccer Club (DOC)

USSDA Technical Director

t: 703.304.7867 

e: [email protected]


U19 Academy 

USSF

Coach Matt Ney
t: 703.200.2629
e:  
[email protected]

U17 Academy 

USSF

Coach Bill Moravek
t:  540.336.0144
e: [email protected]

U15 Academy

USSF
Coach Derek Biss
t: 413.281.2667
e: [email protected]

 

 

U14 Academy

USSF

Coach Bill Moravek

t: 540.336.0144

e: [email protected]

 
U13 Academy

USSF

Coach Brett Colton

t: 703.304.7867

e: [email protected]

 

U12 Academy

USSF

Coach Philip Gyau
Coach Trevor Martin
Coach Patrick Mehlert

  



Director of Goalkeeping

Derek Biss 

t: 413.281.2667

e: [email protected]

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Meet Our US Soccer Development Academy Staff

Read the bios below to learn more about Bethesda-Olney's U.S. Soccer Development Academy Staff .


Jonathon Colton

Technical Director,
Bethesda Soccer Club DOC 
Phone: 703-304-7867

Email: [email protected]

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About Jonathon Colton: Director Colton has transformed the Bethesda Boy's program into one of the leading Player Development Programs in the country. Under his guidance, the club has produced several Youth National Team Players, many Regional and State Team players as well as State and Regional Championship caliber teams. Colton traveled to Holland and Brazil's Top Youth Professional 
Systems (PSV, Ajax and Fluminense) to help create and model after the world's best practices the elite Bethesda Player Development Program.

He has assembled one of the top coaching staffs in the country; boasting nine USSF 'A' Licensed coaches, one Senior Men's National Team coach, English Premier League Team Youth Coach, former and current Coaches at Division I, II, & III level. 

One of Colton's main coaching influences to date has been Bordeaux FC's former Technical Director, Pierrot Labat and his 'Total Football' Method and techniques which are evident throughout Bethesda SC's Youth Development Curriculum and coaching philosophy. See Press Release on Labat and Bethesda Soccer Club. 

Colton has a USSF  'A' License and a Fluminese Futball Club Coaching Diploma from Rio DeJaneiro (Brazil). 

Colton played college soccer at Virginia Tech and American University.While playing Midfield his Senior Year, he led AU Eagles to an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance.

Brett Colton

U13 Academy Coach

Phone: 703-304-7867
Email:   [email protected]

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About Brett Colton:  Colton holds a USSF ‘A’ License, a Fluminense Futball Club Coaching Diploma (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil) and has worked closely with former Technical Director, Bordeaux FC's Pierrot Labat in the Total Football Method. While traveling, coaching and playing elite teams aboard, Colton has gathered World Best Practices from Holland AJAX,  PSV , Scotland's UEFA National Training Facility and KNVB's Dutch Player Systems.

As a coach, Colton has won 3 Maryland State Championships; two with AC Bethesda and one with Bethesda Blue '96 / '97. He is also a two time Regional Semi-Finalist with AC Bethesda.

In 2013, Colton's AC Bethesda U18 Boys team, is noted as one of the top recruiting classes in the country.

Colton has seen much success with his Bethesda players. This includes a player in Belgium's Anders Lecht at the U-15 National Camp and several other opportunities in France and Germany. As a top adviser to his players, there is an abundance of Collegiate, semi-professional and professional opportunities which are consistently being followed, from Gridiron Bordeaux F.C. to Germany national football team.

As a player, Colton played soccer at American University (NCAA Division l) and anchored the defense to a Sweet 16 NCAA appearance his Senior year; played UNC in double OT and lost. He played in the Washington Premier League where he Captained the team at a scouted appearance in Agadir, Morocco.

Matt Ney

U19 Academy Coach 

Phone: 703-200-2629
Email: [email protected]

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About Matt Ney: Ney holds a National "A" Liscense from the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and a Fluminense Futball Club Coaching Diploma (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) where he studied the Brazilian philosophy to understand the route to professional soccer.  
 

Ney has worked closely with Pierrot Labat, Girondin Bordeaux FC (world class trainer and coach for Zinedine ZidaneChristophe Dugarry,and Bixente Lizarazu, learning his philosophy and ideas on the technical, tactical, and psychological development of the youth player.

As a coach, Ney has won a Region 1 Championship and Two Maryland State Cup Championships.

Ney played collegiate soccer as a forward at College of the Holy Cross where he was the All-Time leading scorer in school history, 2-Time Patriot League Player of the Year (2002, 2003), 2-time All- New England Region Selection (2002, 2003), 4-time Patriot League All-Conference -- 2nd team (1999); 1st team (2000-2002) and Golden Boot Award for top scorer in US National Championships (2000).

As an entrepreneur, Ney is founder and President of Fitbound; youth introduction to sports and fun activities in the DC metro area and NVision Group;training and fitness of athletes. 


Bill Moravek

U14 and U17 Academy Coach

Phone: 540-336-0144
Email:  [email protected]

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Bill Moravek is currently an official scout for 2010 UEFA Europa League Finalists, Fulham FC, of England's Championship where he has been with the club since 2011. He has spent the last 4.5 years living in London where his two sons, William and Michael, also played in Fulham's Academy squads.
 
Moravek was an official scout for English Premiership side, Southampton FC from 2003-2005 and was an academy coach for them from 2001-2003. In his time as an academy coach with Southampton he was fortunate to coach the likes of Gareth Bale of Real Madrid and Nathan Dyer of Swanea among others. In addition he worked as an apprentice with the first team under Gordon Strachan who is currently the manager of Scotland's National Team as well as reserve team manager and former England U21s National Team coach, Steve Wigley.   
 
In 2003, Moravek was an assistant coach with Jamaica's full National Team which saw him in action against the USA, Nigeria, Paraguay, Cuba and Brazil Select. Moravek was also assistant to the Olympic U23s, U20s and U17s sides.
 
In 2000-2001, Moravek was the head national team coach for the British Virgin Islands and Seba United FC(Currently Montego Bay United) in Jamaica’s premier division of their pro league.  
 
Moravek has also coached with the Maryland Mania of the professional “A” League and college sides, NCAA Division 1, Longwood University, Howard University and NCAA Division 2 Shepherd University.
 
Moravek was a scholarship athlete for Clemson University's 1987 National Championship and 1988 World Collegiate winning teams. In addition, he was a member of Clemson's Gator Bowl winning football team of 1989-1990
 
Moravek is founder and technical director of Moravek Soccer School.
 
Moravek earned the USSF “A” License in 1999

Derek Biss

U15 Academy Coach & Director of Goalkeeping

Phone: 413.281.2667

Email: db[email protected]

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About Derek Biss:  

Coach Derek was hired as the Director of Goalkeeping for BOSA as well as Bethesda Soccer Club. He currently holds a USSF “B” License, an USSF “National Goalkeeping” License and a NSCAA Premier Diploma. 

As a scholar-athlete, Coach Derek played goalkeeper at George Washington University while being part of two Atlantic 10 Conference Championships and being named Conference Tournament Most Outstanding Player in 2004. Biss allowed just one goal in three games and tying a tournament record with two shutouts as the Colonials won their second A-10 title. Biss then posted another clean sheet against North Carolina in the first round of the NCAA Tournament for GW’s second-ever postseason victory. He finished his junior season with six shutouts, the most by a Colonials’ keeper since 2000.A member of the men’s soccer team from 2002-05, Biss ranks second all-time at GW with 274 career saves.

As a coach, currently he is the Goalkeeper Coach for Georgetown University Men’s team under Coach Brian Wiese. He is responsible 
for developing as well as implementing the team's goalkeeper curriculum.

Trevor Martin

U12 Academy Coach 

Phone: 301.908.1883

Email: [email protected]

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About Trevor Martin:Martin holds a USSF 'B' coaches license. He previously played for the George Washington University Men's Soccer Team and is a two-time Atlantic 10 Champion. He was a four year starter for the Colonials and was named captain his senior season where he played in 20 matches and their NCAA Tournament match against the University of North Carolina. 
 

As a captain/starter for  the Maryland State Champion Bethesda-Chevy Chase Barons, Martin received First-team all-county selection, was Named to the All-Met Honorable Mention Team and was an All-Chevy Chase Gazette honoree.

Coach Martin has worked closely with Soccer Technical Trainer and Coach, Bordeaux FC's Pierrot Labat in the Total Football Method (Players include: Zidane, Dugarry, Lizarazu) to learn his philosophy and ideas on the technical, tactical and psychological development of the youth player. 

Martin is the Director of Bethesda Soccer Club's Youth Development Program.


 

Jonathon Colton

Technical Director, 
Bethesda Soccer Club DOC 
Phone: 703-304-7867

Email: [email protected]

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