CSA Technical Training Program

The Cadillac Soccer Association is pleased to announce a new training opportunity for goalkeepers and field players for the summer of 2017.  For players interested in additional personalized training, the CSA will now offer weekly training sessions focusing on the technical and tactical components of soccer.  This program is open to surrounding areas as well as CASA and CSA players.

In order to support a more personalized training experience, there will be a limit to the amount of players accepted into the program.

*BONUS* Players who sign up for this program can also attend a CSA Speed and Agility session held every Monday from 6-7pm at the CASA Soccer fields for free.

  • Age Group
  • U6 – U7 – U8
  • U9 – U10 – U11
  • U12 – U13 – U14 – U15
  • High School
  • Birth Year
  • 2010-2012
  • 2007 – 2009
  • 2003 (8th Grade) – 2006
  • 9th – 12th Grade (Fall 2017)

CSA Technical Training Program:
June 22, 27, 29 – July 6, 11, 13 – July 25, 27 – August 1, 3
CSA Soccer Camp: July 17-20
Times:  TBD by early May.
Dates and Times:  Tuesdays and Thursdays between 5:30pm and 8:30pm (based on grouping)

Trainer Bios

Eric Weitzel

Eric played 4 years of varsity soccer as a starting forward at Elkton-Pigeon-Bay Port Lakers schools and was a team captain the last two years.  In four years, the team had 4 straight district championships and one regional championship, with an appearance in one state semifinal.  While a player, Eric set a school record for points (goals and assists).  After high school, Eric spent two years as a part of Spring Arbor University men’s soccer team as an outside midfielder/forward.  Since being a part of the team at SAU, Eric has participated in intramural competitions at both Spring Arbor and Northern Michigan University.  Eric joined the Cadillac Soccer Association in 2015 and has worked with U11 & U13 boys and U15 girls.  Eric currently has NSCAA L6 certification.

Joy Weitzel

Joy played varsity soccer for four years at Northpointe Christian High School in Grand Rapids, MI, graduating in 2007.  Joy then attended Spring Arbor University, where she was part of the women’s soccer team for three years, primarily playing midfield and forward. For two of those years, her team attended the National Christian College Athletic Association’s (NCCAA) National Championship. Joy has since played and coached in Marquette, MI, with the Superiorland Soccer Association and in Northern Michigan University’s intramural competitions. Beginning in 2015, Joy began working with the Cadillac Soccer Association training U-11 to U-19 girls teams, and was recently hired as the new Cadillac High School Girls JV coach.  Joy has NSCAA L6 certification and brings a great deal of expertise to our organization.

Ian Wolf

Coach Wolf played his youth soccer for TBAYS.  In high school, he played varsity soccer for Traverse City Central, graduating in 2008.  For the past seven years, he has played in the Traverse City Football League as an winger and central midfielder, helping his team to two championship seasons.  Coach Wolf began coaching for the Cadillac High School Boy’s JV Program in 2015 and was recently hired as the new varsity head coach.  He began working with the Cadillac Soccer Association in 2016 as an individual team and summer camp trainer and tryout facilitator.  Coach Wolf holds a Level 6 Coaching Certification and a Level 2 Goalkeeper Certification through the NSCAA.  Ian will also be pursuing his NSCAA National Diploma this summer.  He is dedicated to improving youth soccer in the Cadillac area.

Location: CASA Fields

What you get:

  • Custom Training Shirt
  • Custom Soccer Ball
  • 10-90 minute sessions

The CSA Summer Soccer Skills Program is geared for both beginning and advanced players from experienced coaches.


Base: $110
(10 sessions)
Package: $155
(10 sessions + CSA Soccer Camp entry fee)

Payment Plans Available
(for both base and package program)
Base: $55 due June 1 and July 1
Package: $52 due June 1 + July 1 + August 1