At DNA Sports Center, we believe the foundation of every good athlete is speed and agility. Once an athlete has
attained those attributes, sports specific training is the next step toward truly excelling at their game. By combining
soccer skills instruction with strength, speed, and agility training that focus on muscle groups and movements that
soccer players use most, players will reach their highest level of performance.
Our Soccer Instruction Focuses on:
- Basic Footwork
- Turns, Cuts, Fakes
- Ball Control
- Ball Striking, Receiving, and Heading
- Soccer Skills While Under Defensive Pressure
- Combination Plays
- Injury Prevention
- Soccer Specific Speed, Strength, and Agility
DNA's experienced soccer instructors work with athletes of all ages to improve upon their technique and
understanding of the game. Great focus is given to the player’s physical and mental conditioning, along
with proper body mechanics.
With our youngest athletes, age 4 and up, we use fun, age appropriate instruction to introduce them to the
game of soccer. Once a general understanding of the game is learned, we work to help them improve their
Our Soccer Program Includes:
- Individual Instruction
- Group Lessons
Erin was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio where she played club soccer for Cincinnati Classics Hammer FC from 1999-2007.
She went on to play Division 1 Women's Soccer for the University of North Carolina from 2007-2009. Due to a career ending
injury, she served as the Undergraduate Assistant Coach during the 2010 season. As a freshman, Erin appeared in 19 games
and was a solid midfield substitute at the play-making center of midfield position. She tallied one goal on the season and
helped lead the team to an ACC title in 2007. She was a member of the 2008 and 2009 National Championship teams. Erin
graduated in December of 2011 from University of North Carolina with a degree in Exercise and Sport Science. She is currently
a member of the girl's coaching staff at her old club, Classics Hammer FC.