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Coach Noah Shade

Head Trainer


Noah founded Shade 1-on-1 Training in June of 2020 and has over 5 years of coaching experience. With his U.S. Soccer license, he coaches for Shore FC and the Queen Anne's High School Boys Soccer Team. During high school, his time spent volunteering at youth after-school programs catalyzed his passion for working with the youth. Noah played for the Knights at CCBC Essex, a nationally ranked junior college, where he started in 26 of 34 games. In high school, Noah was a team captain and offensive MVP, along with many years in the academy level youth soccer programs. Noah currently works with players ages 5-22 through his various training programs.


“Working with the young players is a passion. The goal at each session is to make sure the players have fun and get just a little bit better each time they play. We are molding fundamentally sound players for the future and I'm proud to be a part of it!”

Coaching Experience:

- Owner, Director and Coach at Shade 1-on-1 Training, L.L.C.

- Head Coach at Severn School A Team | 2022 - Current

- Asst. Coach at QACHS Boys Soccer, Varsity & JV | 2019-2022

-Head Coach of Shore FC U-10 & U-11 | 2021 - Current

- Head Coach of Bayshore U-9 U-10 & U11 | 2019 - 2021

- Head Coach at Medapeake Middle School | 2021

- Coach at Soccer Shots Baltimore | 2017- 2018

- Youth Training Instructor at the Edge Fitness | 2016 - 2018 | 2022 - Current

Coaching Licenses:

- U.S. Soccer 4v4 Grassroots

- U.S. Soccer 7v7 Grassroots

- U.S. Soccer 9v9 Grassroots

- U.S. Soccer 11v11 Grassroots

- U.S. Soccer D License 

Player Experience:

- Starter at nationally ranked Juco CCBC ESSEX | 2017 & 2018

- 4 year Varsity starter/captain at Queen Anne’s County High School | 2013 - 2017

- Trained with Olympic Development Program | 2010 - 2014

Player Awards:

- Named Captain of Varsity HS Team

- 3 time offensive MVP at QACHS | 2015, 2016 & 2017

- 3 time All-Bayside First Team | 2015, 2016 & 2017

- 2 time runner up to Bayside Player of the Year | 2016 & 2017

- Second team All-State | 2017

- All-Bayside Second Team | 2014

- UVA invite only recruitment camp MVP & Team Player Award | 2014

Coach Stephanie Reyes

Youth Trainer | All Ages

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Stephanie’s love for soccer began when she was only four years old. “I started when my father introduced me to a soccer ball and I still can’t keep my feet away from one.”


Stephanie packed a powerful punch as an offensive player as she was voted back-to-back North Bayside Soccer Player of the Year her junior and senior years at Easton High School (MD). A four-year varsity starter and team captain in her final three seasons, Stephanie owns the school record for career goals (68). 


While in Maryland Stephanie also participated in competitive club soccer for 5+ years, including FC Talbot, Bayshore Blast, and Rommel’s Ace Girls’ Soccer Club. 


With offers ranging from D3 through D1 , Stephanie settled in Youngstown (Ohio) State University a Division I soccer program before transferring to NJCAA ASA College in Brooklyn, NY. Stephanie concluded her college career helping guide the ASA Avengers to a NJCAA Region XV Champion title in 2016/2017. 


“Now that my playing career has come to a close my vision and passion is not only to teach the players the fundamentals along with advanced technical and tactical fútbol skills, but also to help them grow as individuals. Focusing on helping player understand the beautiful game while inspiring and supporting their own individual growth and development of character.”



Stephanie has previously coached the Girl’s soccer team at St. Peter & Paul High School (Easton, MD) and is currently the assistant coach for Shore FC Velocity U19 Girls (Eastern Shore, MD).

Player Experience

FC Talbot | 2008-2010

Bayshore Blast | 2010-2014

Rommel’s Ace Soccer Club | 2012-2014

Easton High School Varsity Soccer | 2010-2014

Youngstown State University | 2014-2015

ASA College | 2015-2017

U.S. Futsal | 2017


Player Accolades  

Varsity Soccer Captain | 2012, 2013, 2014

Easton High School record career goals | 68 

Easton High School record goals in a season | 23

North Bayside Player of the Year Runner Up | 2011

Bayside First Team | 2011, 2012, 2013

E.H.S. North Bayside Champion | 2012, 2013

Senior State All-Star | 2013

MD State Cup Finalist | 2012


Coaching Licenses

U.S. Soccer Grassroots 4v4

U.S. Soccer Grassroots 7v7

U.S. Soccer Grassroots 11v11

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Coach Avery Brice

Trainer | All Ages 

Avery began his soccer journey at just seven years old while he was attending children’s bible school. He fell in love with the sport and hasn't stopped playing since! 

Avery, like many of the players we work with, played on local recreational teams. This is where his love for the sport created a drive for competition and soon moved to playing for top club teams in the area. 


In 2011, Avery made a very talented Easton High School Varsity soccer team as a freshman. He would go on to start for the Varsity team all four years, accumulate over 30 goals, receive multiple (first & second) bayside team honors, and become a Bayside Champion in 2013. By 2014, Avery and the Easton Warriors would reappear as Bayside champions then, continue to win a regional championship title and become a State Championship Finalist. Avery's highschool career would be a stepping-stone to his prospective collegiate career. 


Avery signed with Wesley College in Dover, Delaware. His new role at Wesley included playing in almost every position on the field in his time there. He also started every season he played for the Wolverines contributing to successful results year in and year out.


After graduating in 2019, Avery started his coaching journey working with teams at Shore FC. Avery is currently instructing PE/Health at Easton Middle School. He is thankful each day for the opportunity to teach in his community. 


Avery truly has a desire to help others be the very best they can be. No matter what aspect of life that he is teaching, he will do his best to teach the values of respect and hard work, all while having fun!

Playing Experience
FC Talbot | 2008 - 2010
Bayshore Soccer Club | 2007 - 2013
DSB/Kirkwood Soccer Club | 2014 - 2015
Easton High School Varsity Soccer Team | 2011 - 2015 
Wesley College Soccer Team | 2015 - 2019

Player Accolades
Second Team Bayside | 2013
First Team Bayside | 2014
Senior All Star Team | 2014
2 Time Bayside Champion | 2013 - 2014
Region Champion | 2014
State Championship Finalist | 2014
AEC Semifinalist | 2019

Coaching Experience
U-11 Shore FC | 2018 - 2019


Coach Chris Jones

Goalkeeper Trainer | All Ages

Chris is currently a 2nd year student/athlete at Goldey–Beacom College, majoring in sports management. Chris has been playing since he was 6 years old. Starting at a recreational level it was there where he found his love for soccer. Years later is where his club career would take off. It's clear Chris has appeared for numerous clubs but his work ethic and consistency remained the same, which eventually gained him interest from numerous collegiate coaches. With offers ranging from D3 through D1, Chris made his decision to committ to Division II side, Erskine College in Due West, South Carolina. After 1 season he transferred to Goldey-Beacom where he is currently competing for a starting spot on the team. 

Chris has 3 years Varsity experience at North Caroline High starting from getting pulled up for playoffs sophomore year to starting every game the following two years. He went on to earn 2nd Team Bayside his Jr year and 1st Team Bayside his senior year with a total of 169 saves total across 24 appearances for North Caroline. Prior to Chris taking off for college, he spent endless summers days training with Shade 1-on-1 Training and is very excited to be apart of the team and help develop the younger generation of goalkeepers!

Playing experience

Caroline FC | 2014 - 2016

BUSA | 2016 - 2017

Bayshore | 2017 - 2019

Shore FC | 2019 - 2021

NCHS Men's Varsity | 2018 - 2021

(Captained Senior Year)

Erskine College | 2022

Goldey-Beacom College | Current

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