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Born in Chile, Fernando has resided in the Lehigh Valley for more than 30 years and has been coaching youth soccer players for over 18 years. From volunteering at the Allentown YMCA as a Micro/Kinder Soccer Instructor to training elite high school players, Fernando has helped children of all ages develop their soccer skills.
Matt Baker is the founder of Perfect Touch Sports, LLC. He attended the University of Pittsburgh where he played Division 1 soccer for 4 years. His senior year he was elected team captain and awarded the University of Pittsburgh’s ‘Male Scholar Athlete of the Year,’ landing him one of sixteen spots on the ‘Big East Male Scholar Athlete Team.’ He continued his playing career professionally with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds of the USLPRO. After a successful rookie year, Matt spent some time playing for Cardosa Morriera in Brazil's 2nd Division, and in more recent years, The Philadelphia Union reserve team of Major League Soccer. After tearing his ACL in 2013, Matt decided to pursue his passion for developing the Perfect Touch.
Nick played Division 1 soccer at Old Dominion University, where he was a starter all 4 years primarily at Left back or Center back. He helped the team earn its first Conference USA Championship in 2014, as well as making 2 NCAA tournament appearances, and being ranked in the top 25 amongst division 1 programs all 4 years. Nick graduated from Old Dominion with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science in 2017. Nick grew up in the Lehigh Valley starting out playing for Parkland Area Soccer Club. During his early teenage years he developed his game at Lehigh Valley United. In 2013, he returned to help LVU win their 1st national championship. Nick played for EPYSA ODP, was a Region 1 ODP team member, and U14-U15 Boys national team pool player. He played and captained for Parkland High school where he was awarded 1st team All League, All Area, All State, All Region, & later on his senior year got picked for the NSCAA All American Game. Lastly, Nick played in the Development Academy during his high school years with FC Delco & the Philadelphia Union Academy.
George W. Crampton is the all-time leader in wins in men's soccer history at DeSales University. He has guided the Bulldogs to five MAC Freedom Championships as well as six appearances in the NCAA Tournament. Prior to joining DeSales in 1998, Crampton spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Division II Millersville University. While at Millersville, he helped the Marauders earn consecutive PSAC playoff appearances in '97 & '98, and record the most wins in program history with 14 in 1998.