The Carlisle Chiefs Boys and Girls Soccer programs pride themselves on being number one in the classroom and on the field as they hold academics and athletics to the same superior standards. Both programs hold practices as well as all home games here at the Complex. Carlisle School soccer combines high level academics with high level soccer training and games. We have highly motivated student athletes who pride themselves on good grades in the classroom and good play on the soccer field. They all share a common goal: to obtain a premier college preparatory education and elite soccer training. The coaches at Carlisle School are dedicated to making sure that academics comes first, and academic success is held high in the minds of the coaches.
The boys program is run and directed by Enda Crehan, who holds licenses from the NSCAA, FAI and the USSF.
Coach Crehan also serves on the ODP staff for Virginia. Coach Crehan holds a degree from Post University where he was a key member of the soccer program and a Masters Degree from Averett University where he served as the programs top assistant. A native of Ireland, he played college prep soccer in Ireland and National League at the U21 level before embarking on his playing and now coaching career in the US.
By integrating a strong academic curriculum, state-of-the-art athletic facilities, and professional instruction on the soccer field, the Carlisle School soccer program develops the highest potential in every player, regardless of skill level, allowing alumni to succeed on the field and in the classroom once they move on to the university level. The program has produced players who have gone on to play for Christopher Newport University and Eastern Mennonite University, among others.