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Date: Wednesday - November 24th, 2021


Times: 11:00am to 2:00pm 


Cost: $95.00   


Location: WSU Facilities in Dayton, OH


Ages: Boys ages 14 to 22


Open to any and all entrants!





Coaching Staff



Head Coach Jake Slemker




Jake Slemker was named head coach of the Wright State men's soccer program in July of 2018 after being involved as a player, assistant coach and associate head coach for the Raiders.


During his time on the WSU staff, the Raiders have risen to new levels of excellence, advancing to four Horizon League finals, posting four double digit winning seasons and recruiting two national Top 40 classes.


Slemker joined the Wright State staff in March 2010 after a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Scottsdale (AZ) Community College.  While at SCC, that program hit new heights with most wins (12) in school history in 2009 when they defeated defending national champions Yavapai.  SCC also made their first Play-Off appearance ever in 2008.


A native of Englewood, Ohio, Slemker played for the Raiders from 2003 to 2006 and was a four-year starter in the backfield.  Following his WSU career, Slemker played professionally with the Dayton Dutch Lions, Arizona Sahuraos, Cincinnati Kings Albany Admirals and Cleveland Internationals.


Slemker graduated from Wright State in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice and earned a master's degree in applied behavioral science in 2012.



Assistant Coach Sid van Druenen




Sid van Druenen was named an assistant coach for the Wright State men's soccer program in August of 2018.  Van Druenen started with the Raiders as director of operation in July of 2017, then moved to volunteer assistant coach after the 2017 season.  He also boasts many years as a player and coach at different levels.
Before coming to WSU, he was General Manager and PDL head coach for the Cincinnati Dutch Lions FC where he was responsible for all soccer-related aspects of the club while assisting in the day to day operations and club management activities.
Prior to that, he was head coach for the Dayton Dutch Lions FC in the USL PRO in 2014, the second highest division in the USA's professional pyramid where he was the youngest head coach.  In 2012, van Druenen was appointed manager of Dayton Dutch Lions W-League women's team, leading the team to a division championship, getting nominated for coach and organization of the year.
Van Druenen played youth and semi-professional soccer in the Netherlands for EVV and in Portugal for CD Boliqueime. He holds a UEFA B licensed coach with a degree in Sports Management.



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