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NSSA promotes youth soccer throughout the Roseville Area and Mounds View public school districts in the north metro area of the Twin Cities. We serve approximately 2,000 youth soccer players. Welcome to our Club!
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Matesi brings over 7 years of coaching experience as an assistant and head coach from both the club and high school level. He holds a USSF National “D” License as well as an Advanced National Goalkeeping License. Matesi is also member of the Minnesota ODP Team and Goalkeeping staff. Currently Matesi is the Head Boys Varsity Coach at Chanhassen High School and an Assistant at Macaelester College.
Over the past 7 years Matesi has worked at Maplebrook Soccer club as the Director of Goalkeeping. He created a well-respected goalkeeping program, which became a key destination for all competitive goalkeepers looking to develop their game. The goalkeeper program at Maplebrook was a direct result of Matesi's dedication to showing the importance and development of goalkeeping.
He has spent the past 6 years working with and developing players of all levels. In his time as a goalkeeping coach he has helped developed several NCAA D1 goalkeepers, and worked with and developed many others from the D2, D3, and NAIA levels as well as a Paralympian national team goalkeeper.
NSSA has openings on many of our U13+ teams. If interested please contact:
2005 - 2008 birth years, contact Jacob & Katelynn Fast at: email@example.com
1999 - 2004 birth years, contact Rick Sexton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Several years ago NSSA began re-building our competitive program at the younger age levels by laying a critical development foundation for our club.
This year we will increase our attention to the U13+ age levels as Rick addresses our coaching and player development needs for these upper age groups. Rick will partner with Katelynn and Jacob Fast, who will continue DOC responsibilities for our younger groups (U5 – U12), to fully serve all player needs. This is a significant step in our journey toward providing the highest quality of player development in our competitive program.
Rick brings an impressive background and depth of experience to this role. Previously he was with the Maplebrook Soccer Club where he was instrumental in securing a winter training facility and designing their innovative approach to player development. This set a powerful precedent in Minnesota youth soccer which many other clubs now emulate. Over the past two years, Rick has provided a critical element in the organization and programs at Centennial Soccer Club as Executive Director. Rick also serves on the Minnesota Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) Development Committee. He is highly regarded in our state’s youth soccer community and is, unabashedly, a “soccer head.” Rick also was a college professor for eight years teaching psychology and management and has an impressive coaching resume including both boys and girls high school soccer and competitive teams from U9 through U18.
Rick will work collaboratively with Katelynn and Jacob Fast to serve and support the DOC role across all age levels. The Fasts will also continue leading additional club development programs. NSSA also ensures the technical development for our younger players and teams through Phil Peacock, our U11-12 Technical Director and Julian Guilbeault, U9-U10 Technical Director.
Our momentum continues to build and we are very excited about reaching this Club milestone. Please help us welcome Rick to his new role!