We’ve assembled a top notch group of coaches and volunteers to give your players an amazing soccer experience.
Overseeing the LaGrange Girls Soccer Camp is Andy Fritchley. Coach Fritchley has been instructing academy age players for over a decade. He is currently the Varsity and Junior Varsity coach of LaGrange High School and an academy coach for Georgia Storm – Troup Titans. He holds an E license through the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF).
Coach Fritchley played club soccer in Gainesville, Georgia, and was a midfielder on the U-14 state championship team. He played varsity soccer at North Hall High School, lettering all four years, and was most valuable offensive player his senior year, playing striker and midfield.
Director of Coaching
Kasey Ross spent four years coaching women’s soccer at the Southern Soccer Academy ranging from ages 8 to 14. Kasey now coaches the U-19 women’s program at Georgia Storm – Troup Titans. She currently holds a NSCAA National Youth License as well as the USSF National D License. Prior to coaching, she played three years at Ottawa University (KS) from 2009 – 2011 and won three conference championships (09’,10’,11’) and a region championship (09’).
Prior to arriving at Ottawa, Kasey spent two years at Young Harris and won a National Championship in 2006. The Young Harris National Championship winning team was the first athletic program in school history to win a National title and were later inducted into the first Young Harris Sports Hall of Fame class. Kasey was a four-time Varsity letterman at North Cobb High School and competed at the club level with the North Atlanta Soccer Association.
Colin Ross is the LaGrange High School girls head coach and specializes in goalkeeper training and development. Coach Ross holds a NSCAA Level 3 goalkeeper coaching license and was a goalkeeper and academy head coach at Southern Soccer Academy from 2009-2013.
As a player, Colin spent two years on the nationally-ranked Southern Polytechnic State University NAIA team before transferring to Kennesaw State University. He was a member of the Kennesaw State Men’s Club Team. Colin was a four-year letterman at Kell High School and played at the Classic 1 level for the North Atlanta Soccer Association from 2004-08.