World Sports Partners Trainers
"Developing Youth Athletes"
Katie Larkin Allen
Women's Professional Soccer - Drafted in third round/ 19th overall to Los Angeles Sol. Played for the Under 23 National Team 2008/2009 (as forward) traveling the world and playing in countries like Germany, England and Spain. Attended college at BYU and was a NCAA All American 3rd team 2006/2007/2008. Grew up playing un Utah winning several state titles. Katie brings a great resume and passion to her training and coaching.
Kamuela Kamoe, also known as Ka'I, has been married since 2011 and has one little girl, Elise. Kai has been playing soccer since the age of 5, and shares this passion with his wife who was also a college soccer player. Kai has been playing soccer since he can remember. The thing that got him into playing soccer was the community that he grew up in. Everyone that he remembers played soccer and they did so in the streets or at the local elementary school. He has played every level of soccer from rec. to college. Kai played Varsity soccer all 4 years of high school and played at BYU-Hawaii for 4 more years where he was the captain for 2 years. Since graduating from high school Kai has coached Orem High School Boy's and Girl's teams. He has helped with Orem Youth Soccer by running their youth camps for 200+ kids during the summers. Because he has such a love for this game he wants to continue to train kids to get them better at the sport that he loves.
Riley is an experienced soccer player who has been around the sport for years. He started his playing days at age 6 and has continued on to play High school soccer for 4 years with Lehi High School and even won a state championship. Riley was also a member of the Utah ODP State program for 3 years. After finishing his playing carrier he has now turned his time to helping youth improve their game as a coach and trainer.
WPSL- Women’s Premier Soccer League (May 2005-Aug 2013)• The Utah Starzz (May 2009-Aug 2013)- team captain and team manager; 2012-2013.• SLC United (May 2005-Aug 2007)• The California Storm (May 2008-Aug 2008)Idaho State University, Pocatello, Id (Aug 2004-Nov 2008) • Played in nearly every game in my four years. • Helped the ISU 2006 team win our conference championship- in the Big Sky Conference.• All-Conference awards every year.• Played in the NCAA tournament.• Team captain my senior year.
Natalie has a great background in elite training. She has worked camps for many years training all ages. Her passion is teaching youth players to have vision on the field and being able to connect passes.
Amber is a Utah native with a rich background in soccer. In high school she was a 2-time All-State 1stTeam and led 4A in goals scored her junior and senior sessions. She was also a 2-time 1st Team All Region selection. She was selected Captain of both her High School team and her club team. A state Cup winner in 2009 and a member of the Utah ODP. Amber continued her carrier at BYU where she was a member of the highest ranked Cougar team in history, #2 in 2012. She achieved 3-time Conference Champions with the Cougars, and was a 2-time Scholar Athlete. Amber also has a strong background with training and coaching. She worked with BYU Summer Camps from 2010 to 2013, and was appointed as a Camp Manager as well. She has been working with the Celtic FC Academy as a trainer for the past 3 years and is the Head Coach of the Celtic FC U9 Premier Team.
For the past four years, Patiño has experienced tremendous success as a member of the Utah Celtic FC girls soccer coaching staff. Last season, he helped guide the U16 Celtic team to a 25-game win streak and eventual 2013 Utah state championship.With Celtic FC, Patiño helped identify, select, recruit and develop players. His duties also included scouting opponents, developing practice and game plans and guiding players through the college recruiting process.A member of the Brigham Young University men's soccer team from 2008-12, Patiño graduated from BYU with a bachelor's degree in exercise and wellness in December 2012.
Dallin grew up in San Diego, California and has been playing soccer since the age of 4. He played competitively for the La Jolla Nomads and the Surf Soccer Club for 8 years. Throughout his youth soccer career, he traveled to places such as England, Germany, Ireland, and Mexico, as well as all over the country. The teams that he played for were highly competitive, winning 2 SoCal State Cup titles and 3 Regional Championships. He played in the US Development Academy for 3 years. He currently is planning to play for the BYU Men’s soccer team in the fall. He has been a personal soccer trainer for 4 years in California, helping youth players focus on developing ball control skills, and learning to maximize their speed and agility on the field.
Club: Celtic Storm - Never lost a state championship for 5 straight years. 5 regionals, 3 surf cups, multiple tournaments. Utah ODP for 3 years.
High school: Timpanogos High School. 4 year varsity starter and captain. Led in goals and assists all four years. All state honors Junior and Senior years. Utah Valley MVP forward as a Junior and MVP as a Senior. Most goals in 4A as a Senior.
College: Dixie State - started as a freshman and had the most goals and assists on the team. Sophomore year she earned All American honors. UVU - Junior and Senior years. Started and played a high volume of minutes both years and helped the team win the Great West Conference championship. Was named All tournament team both my junior and senior years.Coaching Experience:
Coached premier club teams for 2 years. Team trainer for club soccer '08-'12Personal technical trainer
Has been training teams in NUCS for over a year.
Idaho State: (2011) Appeared in eight games for the Bengals during the season for a total of 70 minutes … played 20 minutes against Utah State (9/11) … also played against Nevada (8/26), Idaho (9/2), Utah (9/18), Utah Valley (9/22), Weber State (9/30) and Portland State (10/23).High School: Graduated from Timpanogos High School in 2011 with a 3.0 GPA ... lettered in soccer for four years ... also competed in basketball for two years ... led her team to a region championship in 2008 and 2010 ... advanced to the state semi-finals in 2007 and 2008 ... helped her team capture the 2009 state championship and was a state runner-up in 2010 ... named 2009 state champion MVP ... earned first team all-state honors and first team all-region in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... named 2010 all-valley first team ... named KUTV athlete of the week in 2009 ... named 1280 AM “The Zone” athlete of the week ... was named to the all-city team four years in a row ... was the team captain ... scored 50-plus goals and assists in high school career ... led Timpanogos HS in assists in 2009 and 2010 ... was a member of student council ... was a two-year state story telling champion.
Loves to teach and instruct soccer skills. Brings a young passion that is contagious.
Nate Stoven, a goalkeeper, is in his third year playing for BYU. Stoven served a two year LDS mission to Charleston, West Virginia. Stoven played one year for the Cougars in 2010 before leaving on his mission. Before playing for BYU, Stoven played for Inter FC. His younger sister Natalie is a goalkeeper for the Utah State women's team.
Nate has been training GK's around Utah County for the BG Academy for 2 years. He understands the technical and physical demands on a GK and has a great method of teaching youth athletes. He also has a very good knowledge of field play.
Jake is a pre-pharmacy student from Roy, UT. He served a mission for the LDS church in Leeds, England, and got back in 2012. Before his mission he played for the club team La Roca, then joined the cougars in 2009. Jake also played on the team in 2012, and is currently in his third year playing for BYU.
Jake is another great GK trainer that teaches and demonstrates with a passion for the game.
Erica played for Brigham Young University 2009-2014, ranking 5th in the nation for goals against average in 2012. She was named Academic All-American and West Coast Conference goalkeeper of the year two years in a row and finished 2013 ranked first in the conference. She helped lead BYU to the Elite Eight for the second time in program history, as well as to two conference championships since joining the conference three years ago. She has coached BYU soccer camps since 2010 and has specialized in goalkeeper training since 2012.