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Technical Directors

Technical Directors

Our team of technical directors work closely with our Directors of Coaching to help set a direction for coaches at Fort Wayne Sport Club. They will assist coaches as needed in developing training plans, run training sessions, and provide consistency in development through the age groups. All of our directors also coach a team at Fort Wayne Sport Club.

 

Corey Brueggeman


Coach Brueggeman is currently the Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Manchester University and has been with the Fort Wayne Sport Club since 2013.  His Academy teams have earned a top 4 ranking in Indiana during each of the past 3 seasons.  These accomplishments also include two league titles, a top-3 finish in MRL, as well as the U19 State Cup Championship in 2016. After graduating from Manchester College in 2012, he worked with the Columbus Crew of Major League Soccer in their marketing and promotions department.  He currently resides in North Manchester, IN with his wife Brittney.  Brueggeman currently serves as a staff coach for camps at Indiana University, University of Indianapolis, IPFW, and others.

Coach Brueggeman has earned the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) Advanced National Diploma, National Diploma, and Goalkeeper Level 1 coaching certificates and recently completed a Master’s of Science in Recreation and Sport Management from Indiana State.

"For me, relationships are just as important as results.  Of course we always want to win, and we want to produce results within our program, but that will not get in the way of who we are and how we play.  Our goal is to develop players who have high character and high competency, so that they are prepared to serve and positively impact whatever program or opportunity they move on to next." - Coach Brueggeman


Mike Clark

Coach Clark was born in Dayton, Ohio. He attended Detroit Country Day High School and was a Parade Magazine High School All American soccer player. He then attended Indiana University where he was team captain, starting every game and a mainstay on the Hoosiers soccer team from 1991 to 1994. He started 91 games during his four seasons and was selected as a 1994 third team All American.

In 1995, he signed with the Richmond Kickers of the USISL. That season, the Kickers won both the USISL and Open Cup championships. In February 1996, the Columbus Crew selected Clark in the fourth round (thirty-first overall) in the 1996 MLS Inaugural Player Draft. He is the most capped player for the Crew and was also voted to two MLS All-Star Games. Coach Clark retired on March 16, 2004, holding the Crew record for games played, minutes played and games started. He also played 22 playoff and 18 U.S. Open Cup games.

Coach Clark has served as the FWSC Boys Director of Coaching and has coached several teams. He is also the director of the Mike Clark camp at FWSC in summers.

 

"The game of soccer is greatest game in the world.  Technique, touch, tactics can all be taught through coaching, but passion for the sport can't be.  It is our job as coaches to teach what we can, but more importantly ignite a passion for the sport that can burn a lifetime." - Coach Clark


Beau Sorg

Coach Beau Sorg began his playing career at the Fort Wayne Sport Club when he was four years old in our youth recreational program. For him, the club has always represented more than just a collection of fields and a few buildings - it formed the foundation of a life-long passion. After a decorated career as a student-athlete at his beloved alma mater, DePauw University, he relished the opportunity to coach and give back to the game that has given him so much. Since 2013, coach Sorg has been active throughout the club, serving as the director of our youth recreational and PDA programs and coaching several Premier teams that have consistently been ranked among the best in the state.

"Technical development is a function of repetition and progression, both of which require sustained effort on behalf of coaches and players alike. The game of soccer is a vehicle and important catalyst for teaching many valuable lessons about the journey of life. While technical and physical prowess fade with age, the emotional and psychological experiences of sport remain with us and often shape us into who we become. For that reason, it's important to maintain a balanced approach that aims to shape the person just as much as the player. Investing in relationships with our players, parents and club community is a key responsibility of our coaches." - Coach Sorg

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