The team will be competing in the ECNL this season, within the U16 age group. The team is based out of Farmers Branch, Texas, a suburb of Dallas, and current team members hail from all over North Texas.
The team benefits from a first-rate club organization and one of the finest coaching staffs in North Texas.
CoachHugh Bradford - Director of Coaching, D'Feeters Soccer Club
USSF National "C" Liscense
Hugh Bradford is a native of Kingston, Jamaica. Where he attended school and started his youth soccer playing career. Hugh played in a semi-pro and a professional league. He has been involved in youth and adult soccer as a player and a coach for most of his life.
Throughout the years, Hugh has attended numerous coaching clinics, seminars and camps, receiving numerous diplomas and awards. He currently holds a USSF "C" coaching license.
Mustang Soccer Club (’77 team) - One of the first members of Lake Highlands Girls Classic League Division 1 team from Arlington, Texas. (1988-93)
In 1993, Hugh became a member of the coaching staff of the D’Feeters Soccer Club as an assistant coach/trainer with the ’81 D’Feeters team. In 1995, Hugh took on more responsibilities in the club, as a youth trainer for all the club camps and clinics as well as offering private skill lessons to all players in the club.
From 1997 through 2004, Hugh coached the ’86 D’Feeters and led them to numerous tournament championships. He placed several players in the USYSA National player pool and guided them into some of the top collegiate programs in the nation.
In 2004, Hugh became the head coach of the ’90 D’Feeters. He coached this team to two MT State Championships (2005, 2007), one region III Premier League Championship (2005) and numerous tournament Championships. Like the '86s, Hugh was successful in placing several players in the USYSA National Player Pool and guiding many of them into top collegiate programs in the nation.
In 2007, Hugh Bradford became the first Coaching Director of the D’Feeters Soccer Club.Feel free to contact me here.
Meagan Wilson - Assistant Coach/Trainer
USSF National "C" License
Meagan Wilson is a native of Dallas where she attended Duncanville High School and was a member of the Texas Lightning Soccer Club for four years.
She attended East Central University, where she played for four years as the starting goalkeeper. She was the Tigers captain her junior and senior seasons. As a senior, she earned a spot on the 2004 Lone Star Conference All-Tournament team and was named LSC Defensive Player of the Week.
She had three shutout victories in 2004 and was second in the conference in total saves with 120. She also led the league in saves per game with a 6.67 average. After graduation, she served as the graduate assistant coach.
From 2006-07, Meagan was the assistant coach at Texas Women’s University in Denton, Texas.
In 2006, Meagan joined the D’Feeters Soocer Club as an assistant coach and trainer with the ’90 D’Feeters.
In 2009, Meagan became the head women’s varsity coach at Wakeland High School in Frisco, Texas.
In 2010, Meagan was selected as goalkeeper to the Dallas Premier SC, a member of the WPSL.
In 2011, her first year of high school coaching, Meagan led the Wakeland High School varsity team to the 4A Texas state championship. In 2012, Wakeland went undefeated in regular season play to reach the playoffs again.
In 2013, Meagan was hired as the head coach of the McKinney Boyd High School Lady Broncos soccer program. Boyd is one of the larger 5A schools in the state with a history of success in women's soccer.
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