Nick Bibbs


Playing Experience

  • Bethlehem Steel (2016)

  • Saint Louis FC (2015)

  • IFK Lammhult (2013)

  • Syracuse University (2010)

  • Lower Merion Soccer Club/ Spirit United (2005-2009)

  • Regional All-America (2008)

  • Central League MVP (2008)

  • ODP Region l Team (2007)

  • U18 US National Team (2007)

Coaching Experience

  • Asst. Director of Soccer & Coach, Accelerate Sports​

  • Head Coach, Syracuse Development Academy Utica (2017)

  • Director of Quality Control, Syracuse University (2017)

  • Varsity Assistant Coach, Harriton High School (2016)

  • Assistant Coach, Lower Merion Soccer Club (2016)

  • Coach, YSC Youth Programs (2014-2016)

  • Philadelphia Union, Player Development Program (2014-2016)

  • Volunteer Assistant, Villanova University (2014)

  • Assistant Coach, Continental FC (2014)


Dawson Green

Director of Health & Fitness

Playing Experience

  • Syracuse FC (Currently) (2018)

  • Krajisnik FC (Tournament Team) (2018)

  • Herkimer college (2017)

  • Varsity Soccer at Adirondack (2014 & 2015)

  • Coliseum Soccer Club (4 years)

  • Copper City Soccer Club (Tournament Team)

Coaching Experience

  • Coach, Accelerate Sports Youth Soccer (2015-Present)

  • Varsity Assistant Coach, Adirondack High School (2018-Present)

  • Coach, Herkimer College Summer Soccer Camp (2015-2017)


  • NASM Personal Training Certification (In Progress)

  • SGX, Spartan Coaching Certification (2018)

  • AAS, Sports Management Degree (Herkimer, SUNY 2018)

  • 1st Degree Senior Black Belt in Kenpo Karate (2016)

  • USSF

"My main areas of expertise are in Soccer and Fitness Coaching. Along with soccer and fitness, I am also an Ultra Endurance athlete. I compete in events that challenge and push the mind and body to its limits. Many events last between 8 and 12 hours, and range from distances of 30-40 miles. I use my training experience from these events to help push each athlete I work with to their fullest potential and help them reach their personal goals. The road to greatness is never an easy one, but a phrase I use often with my current clients is, "Those who say they can, and those who say they can't, are both usually correct."