Staff
Director
Kelley Guth

Kelley Guth has offered Kelley Guth Soccer Camps for the Clarksville and surrounding communities for the past 18 years. She is a former NCAA Division I Head coach. She was hired as the first head coach at Austin Peay in 2002 and led the program for 16 seasons. Kelley is a 3X Collegiate All-American at Simon Fraser University. Twice named Regional and Conference Player of the Year. She transferred to Florida State for her senior campaign. As a Senior she led, FSU to their first winning season in program history. She was leading goal scorer and held a record for game winning goals for many years. She was named FSU Offensive MVP and awarded Soccer America Team of the Week for her performance against ACC's NC State and Duke.

Kelley currently serves as the Academy Director for Clarksville Soccer Club and is an adjunct faculty member at Austin Peay teaching courses in the Health and Human Performance Department. Kelley also is the the owner and director of Play It All Sports Camps, a multi-sport summer camp program for children of all ages.

Kelley has her NSCAA Advanced National Diploma, her Canadian C License and her USSF National D license. She also holds the USSF 4 v 4 Grassroots Diploma, Goalkeeper Diploma Level I and her F License through USSF Soccer.

As a youth player, she was a three time National Club Champion in Canada. She traveled to Europe as a member of the Provincial Development Program at 14 years old. She represented TEAM CANADA and trained with the National Training Center from age 14 through college. She was an alternate to the 1995 World Cup team and earned a cap in a home series where Canada played Australia. She was named Player of the Match for that game. She was a member of the U23 Canada Games Squad that represented British Columbia in 1995. She played professionally for the Fort Collins Force and Jacksonville Jade following her collegiate career, winning a National Championship in the W-Leauge with Ft. Collins Force in her final season of play. Kelley was indicated into the North Delta Sports Hall of Fame for her accomplishments in soccer. Kelley also played college softball at both Simon Fraser and Florida State University. She was a part of the ACC championship team at FSU in 1997.

Kelley has a Master's degree in Sport Administration and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership.

Assistant Camp Director
James Stevens

James Stevens will serve as the Kelley Guth Soccer Camps Assistant Director. He has a wealth of experience working with players of all ages. He has worked as an instructor for Kelley Guth Soccer Camps since 2012. He has served as the APSU NCAA Division I women's soccer team's manager since 2015 while he pursues his degree in Health and Human Performance.

James is currently the Assistant Director of Academy Programs for Clarksville Soccer Club. His primary responsibilities include Head Coach of U9 Boys, U9 Girls, U8 Boys, U8 Girl. He also works with the U3-U9 boys and girls development academy. He serves as the Director of Goalkeeper Training for CSC Academy programs and is responsible for developing and implementing the curriculum and training schedule for goalkeepers on all CSC U8-U9 teams. James aspires to coach collegiate soccer in the future. His favorite team is Manchester City. James is currently pursuing his USSF D license. He has his USSF E license, 4 v 4 Grassroots Diploma and F license from United States Soccer Association.

As a youth player, he competed for Rossview High School 2011-2015. He was named All District, All Leaf Chronicle 2nd team during the 2013-2015 seasons. He was the assist leader and leading goal scorer on the district championship team in 2012-13 and 2013-2014 seasons. Named most valuable offensive player in 2015. Was a member of Clarksville Soccer Club youth and adult competitive teams.

Instructor Day & Advanced Camps
Dylan Schwartz

Dylan Schwartz is in his 4th year as an instructor at Kelley Guth Soccer Camps. He has also assisted in Cumberland University’s annual summer soccer camps and the Wilson County All-Sports Camp. He has also been a part of orchestrating individual training sessions at Tennessee United Soccer Club, as a partnership with Cumberland University.

Dylan was born and raised in Bitburg, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. As a youth, he played for his hometown club FC Bitburg 1919, who currently play at the 6th level of German soccer. He moved to Clarksville and attended Rossview High School and was a three-time All-District selection, a two-time All-District Tournament selection, and was named All-State by the Tennessean as a senior. He went to become a four-year letter winner at Cumberland University, winning two Mid-South Conference Championships and participating in two NAIA National Tournament matches, with Cumberland being ranked as high as #6 in the country in 2015. Dylan was named as a Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete as a junior and senior and recently finished his collegiate playing career in the fall of 2017.

Dylan just finished up an internship as an Athletics Communications Assistant at Austin Peay and will graduate in May 2018 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sport Management from Cumberland. He will start graduate school in the fall. Dylan is also an accomplished referee, holding USSF and TSSAA certifications. He mainly referees high school matches and is working on his Grade 6 USSF Certification. Dylan is a huge fan of FC Bayern Muenchen and the German National Team, with his favorite active player being Bayern and Germany player Joshua Kimmich. Dylan has worked with and been coached by coaches with experience at the top level, including Kyle Smith, who is now an assistant at NCAA Division I Drake University, and Rory O’Connor, who works for the Football Association of Ireland.

Instructor Day & Advanced Camps
Coy Boazman

Coy Boazman began his career coaching youth soccer in Houston, TX in 2005. While there, he led several teams and also served as the Head Youth Trainer at Kick’s Indoor Soccer, Houston’s premiere indoor soccer facility. In 2008, he was named as a Youth Scout for the Houston Dynamo’s Academy program.

Since relocating to Tennessee in 2009, Coach Coy has had the opportunity to work with multiple clubs and programs in and around Nashville, focusing on ages U9-U13. His past teams have participated in Tennessee State League competition, as well as, the national Super Y League. His experience has also included working with former and current professional players Kelley Guth, Desmond Armstrong and Caleb Patterson. In addition to coaching, Coach Coy is currently the Tennessee Tournament Director for the 3 V 3 Live National Soccer Tour.

Coy Boazman holds a National “D”, as well as, a National Youth license. He is currently the coach for U13 and U11 boys for Nashville FC Youth and has recently began working with Tennessee State Soccer Olympic Development Program.

Instructor Elite Week Goalkeepers & Strikers
Jennifer Moore

Jennifer Moore is the Assistant Women's Soccer Coach at Martin Methodist University. An MMC alumna, she returned to the Redhawks as a staff member in 2015 when she became Assistant Coach. Prior to that she was the Graduate Assistant at Cumberland University. During her two seasons at Cumberland, she helped lead the Phoenix to the NAIA National Tournament and a No. 1 National ranking in the 2014 campaign. She was a decorated player at MMU. She appeared in 79 career matches, scored 19 goals and scored 13 of those in her senior season. She was a part of a Redhawk Squad that won three straight conference championships and four consecutive national tournament appearances

Instructor Elite Week Goalkeepers & Strikers
Chris Leonardi

Chris Leonardi is the Head Men's Soccer Coach at Martin Methodist University. Prior that he was the program's assistant coach where he helped lead the RedHawks to a record-breaking season that culminated in the program's first-ever NAIA national championship and the third NAIA title in school history (Women's Soccer – 2005, 2007). Prior to his arrival at Martin Methodist Leonardi had a decorated 13-year career at the University School of Jackson, located in Jackson, Tenn., where Leonardi also taught French classes. Along with coaching the boys and girls high school teams, Leonardi was the director of the middle school soccer programs. Leonardi is a licensed instructor for Tennessee State Soccer Association, and has been involved with ODP for the last six years. He is involved in teaching the youth module, E, and D licenses throughout the state. He also currently holds United States Soccer Federation (USSF) "A" License, a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Advanced National Diploma, and a NSCAA Goalkeeping Level 1 License.

Instructor Elite Week Goalkeepers & Strikers
Bret Boylan

ASSISTANT COACH-MARTIN METHODIST UNIVERSITY MEN'S SOCCER

Bret Boylan was introduced in July 2014 as the newest RedHawk Men’s Soccer assistant coach. Boylan was a four-year soccer player at Lambuth University in Jackson, Tennessee. While at Lambuth, Boylan was a two-time All-Conference performer and was a member of the team’s only trip to the NAIA national tournament. Boylan graduated from Lambuth in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Human Performance.

Staff Updates for 2019 are coming soon