Anders Kelto

Anders was a three-time All-American, the captain of the U.S. Under-17 National Team, and a "Mr. Soccer" award winner in high school. He played at Brown University and Michigan State, where he was named All-Ivy League and All-Big Ten. He played for three seasons with Major League Soccer's New England Revolution and coached for five seasons at Brown. He now works as a journalist but returns to his home town of Traverse City every summer to run Mr. Soccer Camps.

Steve Huber

Steve played college soccer at the University of Michigan, where he led the team to a national club championship and captained the team during its first varsity season. When not coaching soccer, he works as a financial planner in the Detroit area.

Wendy Richmond

Wendy was a two-time All-State selection in high school and played college soccer at Albion College, where she was the named the team's captain and most valuable player two times. She was also selected as a First Team All-Conference player twice. When not working at camp, Wendy is a physical education teacher in Traverse City.

Nate Plum

Nate is currently the head coach of the Elk Rapids boys soccer team and was recently named the Regional Coach of the Year. As a player, Nate was a standout goalie at Traverse City Central before attending Aquinas College, where he was named a third-team All-American goalkeeper.

Marcus Boynton

Marcus (Coach "Curly") was an All-State player in high school and played college soccer at Albion College, where he was a four-year starter. He was named his team's most valuable player his senior year. He currently teaches physical education and coaches soccer in the Chicago area.

David Dwaihy

David played club soccer for Vardar, a Detroit-based team and one of the top clubs in the U.S. He played college soccer at Kalamazoo, where he was named First Team All-MIAA and selected to the Great Lakes All-Regional Team. He currently teaches and coaches soccer in Grosse Pointe, and is co-owner of Detroit City FC, a semi-professional soccer team.

Caroline Kim

Caroline is the camp's creative director and athletic trainer, managing everything from t-shirt design to snacks to arts and crafts to band-aids. Since making her debut at Mr. Soccer Camps in 2012, she has given the organization a makeover and become a favorite among the campers.