Born in Chicago, Ill., Smith moved to Florida and grew up playing club soccer for the Challengers 76 (Space Coast) and FC America (Orlando) teams, respectively. He graduated in 1994 from Melbourne High School where he captained the 1994 state champion Bulldogs. Smith then continued his playing career in Charleston, S.C. from 1994-98 as a four-year starter at Charleston Southern University where he also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration. While playing for the Buccaneers, he captained the 1997 squad to the program's...
Miguel was an all conference Divison II college athlete while competeing at various schools in the Northwest. Arriaga parlayed his succesful playing career into a role as a college assistant. As an assistant he was part of multiple post season births for Minot State Univeristy.
On the Club level, Miguel has seen his teams make it to the Region II and Region III championships.This helped him to the 2014 North Dakota Competitive Coach of the Year honors. This led him to Brevard Soccer Assocation as the Boys Director.
Miguel has received his USSF "C" Licencse as well as his Goalkeeping Diploma from United Soccer Coaches.
Originally from Tustin, Calif., Bonney moved to Virginia and played his club soccer for the Prince William County Bandits as a goalkeeper.
He graduated in 1989 from Potomac Senior High School, where he captained the Panthers and was selected to the all-district team. Bonney then continued his playing career in Wilmington, N.C. from 1989-93 at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington as a goalkeeper, where he also earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Special Education with a Minor in Psychology.
Along with his duties at...