United Soccer Coaches announced the 2020-21 Class of the 30 Under 30 Program Thursday.

The class features 15 men and 15 women selected from a pool of over 550 applicants, the most in the history of the program.

Launched in 2013, the 30 Under 30 Program is a year-long education and mentorship opportunity designed to support up-and-coming members of the coaching profession who are 30 years of age or younger.

Each member of the 30 Under 30 class receives an educational scholarship which provides registrations for the United Soccer Coaches Digital Convention and an Advanced Diploma course of the coach’s choosing. Members of the 30 Under 30 Program also are matched with a mentor dedicated to fostering their growth in the game and expanding their coaching network.

 

Men Women
Samuel Adjei (Bloomfield, N.J.) Sonia Basma (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Coleman Akey (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.) Megan Burke (Fairfield, Conn.)
Quaid Curtin (Maryville, Mo.) Megan Christian (Baltimore, Md.)
Jordan Darling (Oxford, Ohio) Madie Gates (Provo, Utah)
Marco DeVito (Paxton, Mass.) Jaquelinne Herrera (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Miguel Gutierrez (Morgan Hill, Calif.) Jessica Ingram (San Jose, Calif.)
Omar Ismail (Sterling, Va.) Marie Ipock (Montgomery, Ala.)
Zechariah Kruger (Greensburg, Pa.) Alexandria Jackson (Brenham, Texas)
Mauricio Lozada (Denver, Colo.) Keeley Leising (Kent, Ohio)
Giovanni Monroe (Issaquah, Wash.) Erin Lutz (Tigard, Ore.)
Matt Parsons (Olney, Md.) Lauren Pien (Livermore, Calif.)
Kushal Patel (New York, N.Y.) Brigit Reder (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Jose Rodriguez (Athens, Ga.) Shelby Spaulding (Meadville, Pa.)
Brandon Turner (New York, N.Y.) Kate Ward (El Paso, Texas)
Omar Zeenni (Los Angeles, Calif.) Kelsey Yam (Hempstead, N.Y.)