Soccer Saint Louis - FOR the LOVE of the GAME!  Saint Louis Soccer and Beyond!
                             MY Bio  
 Currently I  hold a Advance National Diploma and National Goal Keeping Diploma with NSCAA. Additionally I have a National "D" via USSF. 
                             My Coaching Education began with my father Dr. Jim Frisella!!!
  • I played my first soccer game at Mullally field, (Msgr Meyer Complex) when I was 5 year old. (Now known as Judge Dowd League).   
  • I played CYC Soccer for St. Gabriel's!
  • Our indoor team was sponsored by Pisani Painting, Owner John Pisani holds MSHSAAcarreerscoting title with 138 which he set while playing atCBCfrom 1963-1966.
  • Besides my father who coached me directly when I was very young, my U-10 to U-14 coach was Randy Valli, Randy played at St. Louis University High School for the coach legendary Ebby Dunn. Randy went on to play college soccer at Rollins College which is known for their storied soccer program?
  • We had a very good team at St. Gabe's; under Randy's helm we won countless tourney and won our city district a few times. Our rivials in soccer was Our Lady Of Sorrow's and St. Mary Mag.
  • I was cut as a freshmen at Bishop DuBourg (ask me about the irony of being cut as freshmen sometime). I went on to having a good career in football at DB as kicker, tight-end, linebacker and defensive/tackle.
  • After high school I joined the Navy. I played on a few soccer teams in the Navy, a group of us few of us from St. Louis, played countless games in the San Diego, CA area against other military teams, some local colleges and adult amatuer teams. I was able to play in Hawaii, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Korea, UAE and countless miltary bases on the USA.
  • After the Navy I stayed in the Navy Reserves and walked on the Southeast Missouri State University football team as kicker. My coach was John Mumford former coach at Westpoint, I owe a lot to Coach Mumford for allowing to to walk on the team. The 2.5 years I spent on the team helped me learn what it takes to be a NCAA D-1 athlete, I was a scholar athlete. From grades, team unity, college culture, strength training, countless hours of conditioning and practice needed to compete at the D-1a level helped shape the type of coach I am today. I played soccer in the intermaul leagues at SEMO.
  • I joined the Missouri State Natioanl Gaurd while at SEMO.
  • Maters of Recreation and Sports Science - Coaching Education Ouhi University 2013
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