Additional Staff

The camps will be staffed by well qualified college and professional coaches and players who have been selected based not only on their knowledge of the each group will be coached by a qualified college or professional coach and a college player serving as the assistant coach.


Some past and potential camp coaches include:



•Danny Owens - William Carey Head Women’s Coach


• Chris McBride - Southeastern Louisiana Head Women's Coach


• Lisa Mann - Louisiana Lafayette Assistant Women's Coach


• Nikki Brown - Jacksonville State University Asst. Women’s Coach


•Lawrence Fine - Creator of finesoccer.com and lawrencefine.com


•Graham Winkworth - Arizona State Head Women’s Coach


• Jo Chubb - Arizona State Assistant Women's Coach


• Ryan Weir - William Carey Assistant Women's Coach


•Keyton Wheelock - Louisiana Monroe Head Women’s Soccer Coach


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PAUL HARBIN, DIRECTOR


Following the 2010 season, Coach Paul Harbin retired from the college ranks where he has been coaching at the NCAA Division I level for 22 years, 18 as the Head Coach. He has been directing successful residential, team and day camps for over 20 years and continues to do so today.


Coach Harbin's college coaching career has included two universities, Mercer University and The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). He still remains as the only coach in Mercer University Women’s Soccer history with a career winning record. Harbin also holds a career winning record at UAB. Under his guidance, the UAB Women’s Soccer program has played in two NCAA Championships and has won more Conference USA Championships (3) than any other sport at the University. His teams have been ranked in the top 25 on several occasions and have been ranked in the Top 10 in the Region nearly every year.


Harbin’s main focus has always been on the overall personal growth and development of his student-athletes. That commitment has resulted in his teams producing nine Academic All-Americans, 21 Regional Academic All-Americans, eleven Regional All-Americans, 51 All-Conference players, one Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year, one Conference USA Freshman of the Year, three Conference USA Scholar Athletes of the Year and two Rhodes Scholar Nominees.


Harbin also spent two years as an assistant with the UAB Men’s Soccer program where he helped guide the Blazers to two Conference Championships and an NCAA Championship Tournament appearance.


Across his career, Harbin has been selected as the Conference USA Coach of the Year and nominated for the NCAA South Region Coach of the Year. He was also appointed as the Head Coach of the U.S. Soccer Federation’s South Region Women’s Select Team and has served as a member of the coaching staff of Alabama Olympic Development Program (ODP) and the ODP South Region staff.


Coach Harbin holds a Master’s Degree in The Psychosocial Study of Human Movement (Sports Psychology) from Columbia University. He and his wife, Mo, reside in Birmingham. They have three children, Jessica, Anna and Andrew.

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