2020 AGM & Clinic

February 22, 2020
9:00 am
Detroit Country Day

Annual General Meeting & Clinic for 2020

Saturday, February 22, 2020
Detroit Country Day School
22305 W 13 Mile Rd.
Beverly Hills, MI 48025

The clinic is free of charge for all current members.  However, for planning purposes, please complete the form below if you plan on attending the AGM and/or Clinic.

9:00 am-9:45 am  Annual General Meeting
10:00 am-12 noon  First On-Field Session- Andy Richards, Lawrence Tech Women’s Head Coach
12 noon-1:00 pm  Lunch Break
1:00 pm-2:45 pm  Second On-Field Session-Will Dyer, Lawrence Tech Men’s Head Coach
2:45 pm-3:00 pm Wrap-up and Door Prize Drawings


Guest Clinicians – Andy Richards & Will Dyer of Lawrence Tech University.

Andy Richards – Lawrence Tech Womens Soccer Coach

Andy Richards enters his first season as head coach at Lawrence Tech in 2016-17. Richards comes to Lawrence Tech from the Michigan Jaguars Soccer Club, where he works as a staff coach and recruiting coordinator. Richards began his collegiate coaching career at Oregon State University, where he was an assistant coach for the Beavers. After five years at Oregon State, he took the head coaching job at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, where he led the Falcons for 12 years, including three Mid-American Conference championships and two NCAA tournament appearances.

Will Dyer – Lawrence Tech Mens Soccer Coach

Head Coach Will Dyer enters his eighth season as head coach of the Blue Devils men’s soccer team. Dyer broke multiple team records last season, as it was the very first time the Blue Devils made it to WHAC Tournament Championship and it was the season with the team finished with the best overall record (14-5-2).

Coach Dyer graduated from The Ohio State University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport and Leisure Studies. Coach Dyer began his playing career with the Concorde Soccer Association back in 1982. Coach Dyer played at The Ohio State University in 1994-1995 under Coach Gary Avedikian before getting injured during a match.

Coach Dyer started his soccer coaching career at Powell Soccer Clubs in 1997 thru 2001 then moving on to Detroit Country Day Middle School from 2002-2009 where he earned his National Soccer Coaches “National” License and holds a Class “B” License from the United States Soccer Federation.