- Training Staff -
Years with FOSC: 2

Will Peppard is originally from Rose Hill, KS, where he was a four year Varsity starter for Rose Hill High School. Will finished his career as the All-Time leading score in school history. He played college soccer at Newman University in Wichita, KS, where he was a three year captain, three time all-conference and First-Team all-region defender. During his collegiate career, Will spent three season in the PDL with the Colorado Rapids U-23's, Indiana Invaders, and Springfield Demize. After college, Will began his professional career with the Cincinnati Kings of the PASL, where he has spent the last two seasons.

Will has been coaching club soccer for the last 8 years and is in his second year with FOSC. He has also spent time at the high school level as an assistant at Rose Hill High School, and at the collegiate level as an assistant men's and women's coach at Ohio Mid-Western College.
License: USSF C
Years with FOSC: 7

Kurt attended Trinity International University where he was Team Captain and named NAIA All American. Professionally, he played for the Twin City Tornadoes (USL) and played for the Cincinnati Excite (2003-2007). Kurt currently plays professionally for Cincinnati 1790 and the Cincinnati Kings and has served as the Head Girls Soccer coach at Winton Woods High School. Kurt is part of our soccer training staff, and is available for individual and team training.

I can't imagine a better fit for our team than Kurt. We are playing in the highest leagues and tournaments possible, yet the team never feels the pressure to win or lose. It is just about getting better and the girls are responding, Mike Langhammer, FOSC coach.
Eddie is a graduate of Elder High School, Cincinnati State Community College & Ohio Dominican University with extensive experience both on the coaching and playing sides of soccer. He has played professionally with the Columbus Crew, Dayton Dutch Lions & Cincinnati Kings since graduating college in 2008, and also spent one year in Munich, Germany where he held coaching internships, played on professional-level teams including BVV Barendrecht in Holland and FC Ismaning e.V. and FC Deisenhofen e.V. in Munich, Germany and obtained his UEFA-C coaching license through the German Football Association.

On a local level, Eddie has coached with FOSC, Fairfield High School and the Dayton Dutch Lions. While with the Dutch Lions, he managed the Dayton Dutch Lions youth academy and has coached several teams with the club.
GIRLS DIRECTOR (ages 11-14)
License: USSF D
Years with FOSC: 9

A graduate of Badin High School led the team to its first State Final in history as a captain. She earned honors as the Cincinnati High School 1995 Player of the Year. She was also a four-year letterman and captain at Xavier University where she received academic awards, contributed to their conference championship and led Xavier to its first NCAA tournament appearance in 1998. Stacey also played with Team Acceleration, a Regional and National tournament team. She currently plays indoor and outdoor soccer in multiple leagues including the Women's Amateur League. As assistant coach of the FOSC/CUP Thunder from 1999-2002, she helped 11 of the Thunder's 15 players earn spots on college teams. Stacey coached the FOSC Fever and CUP Fever girls from 2002-2004, leading them to a Regional final in 2003. She also trained the FOSC Heat U16 girls team in 2002, FOSC Lightning U16 girls in 1999, FOSC Force U10 boys in 2003, FOSC Dynamo U13 girls in 2004 and multiple other teams. Stacey runs FOSC's weekly individual training and winter training in the off-season. Stacey is currently the Fire U9 girls coach and trainer for the U8 and U13 Dynamo girls teams.
License: USSF D
Years with FOSC: 6

After spending two seasons as the Head Womans soccer coach at Winton-Woods High School, Heather was recently named to the same position at Fairfield High School. A Mount Healthy graduate, Heather played 4 years of varsity soccer, captaining her team and receiving athletic, academic, and sportsmanship awards. She went on to play college soccer for Wright State and finished her college career at NAIA contender Trinity International University. She received multiple All-star honors within her conference and region, NCCAA All-American and Player of the Week honors and was named to the All-Tournament team. Heather has coached at Mount Healthy Jr. High and for Fairfield, Kolping, and ASC U9-U19 girls. She was the assistant coach for Winton Woods in 2004 when they had their longest winning streak. She assisted with the Metro league's first team in Chicago. Overall, Heather has enjoyed working with teams of all ages through camps, clinics, and team training sessions.
Years with FOSC: 8

Dave is in his fifth season as the Head Men's Soccer coach at Colerain High School where he also serves as a physical education teacher. Dave played soccer at Madeira High School (Cincinnati, OH) then went on to play college soccer at Heidelberg College in Tiffin, Ohio.

Along with being a FOSC trainer, he is also in charge of FOSC's college recruiting pepartment where he helps FOSC players connect with potential colleges.
Years with FOSC: 3

Danny is currently the Head Men's Soccer Coach at Lakota East High School. He has been in that position since the school was found in 1997. During his tenure he has lead the Thunderhawks to 3 district championships in 2000, 2003, and 2004. The 2000 team advanced to the Elite 8 of state tournament play. East also garnered their only GMC title in 1999 under Coach Landrum's guidance.

AJ has been with FOSC for 13 years, both as a youth player and a trainer. He was a four year starter at Badin High School where he was named a team captain in his senior year. AJ earned 2nd team GCL honors as a junior, and went on as a senior to be named to the 1st team GCL, Ohio State High School All-State, and GCL all-star team. He helped lead Badin to the 2009 regional championship.

After graduating from Badin, AJ went on to play at Kentucky Wesleyan where he was a four year starter. During his time there, AJ led the team in assists as a junior and senior and finished his career 2nd all-time in games played and games started.

AJ currently coaches the U12 girls red and white teams.
As a graduate of Fairfield HS and former FOSC player, Zak returns to FOSC after playing in college for Cincinnati State and Anderson University in South Carolina.
License: USSF D License
Years with FOSC: 2

Growing up, Luis played soccer for most of his life in Peru. Years ago, he was a soccer trainer for several clubs including Fairfield, Corpus Christi, Winton Woods, Harrison among other clubs. As an adult, Luis played soccer for Saint Francis College in Fort Wayne Indiana and Indiana University.

Luis has done 1 on 1 skill training for pre collegiate level players and holds a patent for a unique soccer training ball called "The LUVI BALL". In his professional career, Luis has earned a Masters in Counseling, a Bachelor's degree in Sociology, and recently retired as a Registered Nurse.

Currently, Luis is a soccer coach with FOSC, holds his refereee certification and a Coaching D license.
Years with FOSC: 1

Former Fairfield High School graduate in 2007, Bruce helped lead the Indians to a GMC championship and the Division 1 Ohio State Finals in 2006. He was one of the leading goal scorers of the team and named "Most Improved Player" his senior year. Bruce went on to play college soccer at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pa. In 2008, Bruce was the leading goal scorer for the Golden Tornado's with a total of 10 goals on the season. He also received Coach's honor in the President Athletic Conference, Best offensive player, and All East Region 2nd team awards.

Bruce is currently the Head Coach/Trainer for the Junior Varsity Winton Woods Men's Soccer team and Assistant Coach for the Varsity team. He is available for private training. He can train both field players and goal keepers.
As a graduate Shawnee State University and a current player with the Cincinnati Lady Saints, Samantha joins FOSC as Goalkeeper Trainer. Samantha has worked as a trainer at Shawnee State, GK1 Academy and Turpin High School.
USSF E License
Years with FOSC: 1

Kelsy is a graduate of Monroe High School where she led her team to win the MML and SWBL League twice and made the SWBL All League First Team, Miami Valley Coaches Association First Team and All Districts First Team.
Kelsy played college soccer at Cincinnati State and served as head captain and was named to the 2008 NJCAA First Team and Unsung Hero Award.
She is currently the Varsity Assistant coach at Hamilton High School. She has previously coached at Monroe High School and Winton Woods High School in addition to club training for the past 6 years.
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- Training Opportunities -
FOSC Spring 2014 Training:
Spring training (outdoor) schedules for spring FOSC teams will begin the week of March 17, 2014 at Optimist and Applecreek facilities.

A complete weekly schedule is available online here.

If you have questions regarding your team's sessions, please contact your team's coach/admin.

FOSC Academy Spring 2014 Training
Training for FOSC's Academy aged players (5-8 years old) for this spring will be held on Monday / Wednesday evenings with Will Peppard and FOSC Academy Staff starting March 31st at Optimist fields in Fairfield.

FOSC asks players to register online with our new online system. For more information, please see the Academy tab of this site.

FOSC Spring 2014 Keeper Training Sessions:

FOSC will hold goal keeper training this spring at Applecreek fields on Friday nights. Sessions for U8-U13 aged players will be held 6-7pm and U14-U18 players from 7-8pm.
This training is free for all FOSC players interested in participating. We encourage you take advantage of this opportunity. If you have any questions about the training, you can send them to Sam Rolsen at rolsens@yahoo.com

- Practice Schedules -