The National Sports Center is hosting the 1st annual Boys Premier ID College Combine. This ID Combine provides players a snapshot of collegiate soccer. It is an excellent opportunity for serious players to be seen by college coaches and create connections. College coaches from all over Minnesota and throughout the Midwest are invited to attend.
All customers are asked to review the following prior to arriving on campus:
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Please note that this event does not allow spectators. Only participants and college coaches.
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Event Cancellation Policy: The following policy will be enacted IF an event hosted by the National Sports Center MUST be canceled by the directives of the State of Minnesota or the Minnesota Department of Health. Please know that our top priority on making decisions moving forward will be the safety and health of our players, coaches, referees, employees and fans.
Participants will receive a refund for your event entry. Team registration refunds will be processed at 100% of the registration total. Refunds will be credited to your account by no later than December 31, 2021. *Please note that if a individual elects to drop prior to the event, the above voucher policy will be in effect. This includes individuals making their own decision to withdraw prior to the potential cancellation. If a customer (club, team, individual) is required to quarantine because they have become sick or exposed to the COVID-19, and are not able to participate for this reason, there will be no refund unless done within the parameters of the existing policy for refunds.
Barry Chastey, Head Coach, College of St. Scholastica
- Enters his 16th season as the head coach of the Saints in 2020. He was first hired at St. Scholastica in the summer of 2003 as the head men’s and women’s junior varsity coach and assistant to both varsity programs before moving into the head coaching position for the 2005 season.
Under the direction of Chastey, the Saints have claimed 11 UMAC Regular Season and eight Tournament Championships. In 2010, Chastey led the Saints to a sweep of the conference regular season and tournament championship en route to the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth. In 2012, he guided the Saints to their second NCAA Tournament appearance where they fell to eventual national semifinalist Loras College (Iowa) in the first round. From 2012-15, Chastey guided the Saints to the highest scoring offense in the nation. In 2014, he led the Saints to the first 20-win season in program history. His squads currently hold the NCAA record for consecutive conference games without a loss. Chastey was named the UMAC Coach of the Year in 2007.
Justin Oliver - Assistant Coach, St. Olaf College
-Oliver is in his second season as an assistant coach for the St. Olaf men's soccer program in 2020-21 after joining the staff on Jan. 21, 2019.
In 2019, Oliver was part of a coaching staff that led the Oles to their first appearance in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Playoffs since 2015. After being picked eighth in the MIAC Preseason Coaches' Poll, the Oles went 9-10 overall and 5-5 in the MIAC to post their highest overall and conference win totals since 2015.
A Second Team All-American for the University of St. Thomas in 2017-18, Oliver joined head coach Travis Wall's staff after serving as the head coach at North St. Paul High School in 2018, leading the team to a 14-4-0 record. He also coached at St. Croix Academy from 2015-19.
Tyler Oliver - 1st Assistant, Gustavus Adolphus College
-Oliver joined Gustavus in 2019 as an assistant men’s soccer coach after spending a season as a graduate assistant at Elmhurst (Ill.).
-At Gustavus, Oliver's primary responsibilities are recruiting, scouting, and game planning. He led or assisted in the recruitment of 15-plus incoming players for 2020 as well as creating scouting, and recruiting schedules. His coaching responsibilities primarily focused on functional and positional group training of attacking players, as well as opponent specific training for back-four organization.
-Oliver played two years of collegiate soccer at Division I Eastern Illinois University, leading the team in goals and points during his sophomore year. Oliver closed his collegiate career at St. Thomas with a record of 40-3-3, including two regular-season conference titles, two conference tournament titles, an NCAA tournament final four in 2016, and the elite eight in 2017.
-Oliver is coaching at St. Croix Academy where he is responsible for the 01/02 Academy boys age group with his twin brother Justin. He holds USSF C, D, E, and F licenses.
John Moening - Goalkeeper and Assistant Coach, Hamline University
-Moening is currently the goalkeeper coach for both Men's and Women's programs at Hamline University. Moening is a former DIII All-Conference Goalkeeper at Hamline.
Tori Burnett - Lead College Coach Recruiting Seminar, Assistant Coach Macalester College Women's
-Burnett entered the collegiate coaching ranks after a successful playing career at the University of Minnesota.
During her time at Minnesota, Burnett helped the Gophers reach two NCAA Tournaments and capture the 2016 Big Ten regular-season and tournament titles. She also earned All-Big Ten second team and All-Great Lakes Region third team accolades, while being named the 2016 Big Ten Defender of the Tournament.
Burnett graduated from Minnesota in May of 2018 with a degree in physiology. Prior to her time at Blaine Soccer Club, she worked at Minnesota Soccer Camps as a trainer and coach. A native of Colorado Springs, Colo., Burnett won two 4A state championships at Cheyenne Mountain High School. She currently lives in Minneapolis.
- Augsburg University
- Bethany Lutheran College
- Buena Vista University
- Carroll University
- College of St. Scholastica
- Concordia College (MN)
- Dakota Wesleyan University
- Drake University
- Dubuque University
- Edgewood College
- Elmhurst College
- Gustavus Adolphus College
- Iowa Western Community College
- Lawrence University
- North Central University
- North Park University
- Southeastern Community College
- St. John's University
- St. Olaf College
- University of Minnesota, Morris
- University of Northwestern (MN)
- University of Wisconsin, Green Bay
- Viterbo University
- Wisconsin Lutheran College
Click here to register to attend!
All College Coaches receive a gift for attending.
Refreshments and snacks will be available as well.
All sessions will be live-streamed to watch.
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