Mike Haas came to Colorado Storm after a 3 year stint with Colorado Youth Soccer where he was the technical director. He currently holds his USSF A License, US National Youth License, Advanced National Diploma from the NSCAA and Diploma of FA Brazil. He is currently working with US Soccer National Staff Symposiums giving lectures and teaches Coaching Licenses for US Soccer.
Mike played several years for several different teams including Colorado College (NCAA), Dallas Tornado Soccer Club (NASL), Denver Avalanche Soccer Club (MISL) and Concordia Soccer Club in San Francisco CA. During his time he was 2nd and 1st Team All Far West Selection in consecutive years for Colorado College.
Mike has a long career of coaching at high levels. He began coaching in 1987 for the Northglenn Soccer Club. He has also spent time as the assistant coach for the Colorado Foxes of the APSL. He began his first stint with CYS in 1992 and began his second in 2005. Between those times he was the Assistant Coach for the U16 Men’s National Team, U14 Men’s National Team, and U23 Men’s Olympic Team. He was also a National Staff Coach for US Soccer for 8 years. Currently he is the US Paralympics Team, Head Coach for the Region IV Boys ODP Program, and on the US Soccer Instructional Staff. He was named CYS Coach of the Year in 1991. In 1999 he was on the Women’s FIFA World Cup Technical Committee for the US Soccer. He was also the Head Scout of the US Women’s National Team for the Women’s World Cup in China in 2007.
Mike is currently married with two kids. He speaks German. His favorite soccer team is Stuttgart from Germany and the German National Team.
Steve Trittschuh comes to the Colorado Storm with over 14 years of playing experience at the professional level. Steve played for the United States at the 1988 Olympics and 1990 World Cup and in his international career with the United States Steve earned 38 CAPS. He had stints with Sparta Prague of the Czech 1st Division, SVV Dordrecht of the Dutch 1st Division, and Colorado Rapids and Tampa Bay Mutiny of the MLS during that time. During his time with Sparta Prague he was the first American to play in the European Cup. He was honored as being one of the Colorado Rapids Team of the Decade Member (1996-2005).
Steve currently holds his USSF A License and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Physical Education from Madison University. Steve has been a director of coaching for Blackwatch Soccer Club in Tampa Florida, North Area Soccer Association in Thornton Colorado and Colorado Rush Soccer Club in Littleton Colorado. He spent 4 years as an assistant coach for the Colorado Rapids from 2003 to 2006. During his time with the Rapids he was put in charge of the Reserve Team and led the team to be the Reserve League Champions in 2006. He was also an assistant coach for Southern Illinois University in 1989 and Colorado School of Mines in 2007.
Steve was the head coach for the U18 Boys Rush US Developmental Academy who won the Western Division Championship and placed 4th Nationally in the Academy during the 2007-2008 season.
Tony is currently the Head Coach for Regis University Men's Soccer, an instructor for the Colorado Youth Soccer Association and an Associate Staff coach for the NSCAA. McCall has been a Region IV ODP Staff Coach and was the 86 Boys Region IV ODP Head Coach.
In just 3 seasons with the Regis Rangers he has led them to the best record the team has ever had and a ranking of as high as 9th in the country. McCall was on the Board of Directors for the National Soccer Coaches Association for 6 years between 2003 and 2009. McCall was also an assistant coach at Metro State College for two seasons 2002 and 2003.
Prior to moving to Denver, McCall was the Head Men's Coach at NCAA Division I Stetson University in Deland, Fla. from 1993-98.A native of Northern Ireland, McCall got his first coaching position at NCAA Div. I University of South Alabama in Mobile where he was the top assistant coach from 1987-93.
McCall holds a UEFA "A" License in addition to the NSCAA Premier Diploma, IFA "A" License, USSF Pro "B" license and National Youth License.
Diego has been with the Colorado Storm since 2001. He currently holds his USSF A License and USSF Youth License.
Diego has 14 years of professional playing experience including time with the U18 Argentinean National Team in 1987. He also won 3 Championships with Newell’s Old Boys which is an Argentinean First Division Team. He also spent time with Argentino Juniors, Oxaca in Mexico, Luis Angel Firpo in El Salvador, Independiente in Honduras, Jacksonville Cyclones (USL), Douglas Haig in Argentina, Milwaukee Rampage (USL) and St. Louis Ambush (NPSL). During his time we played in 2 Copa Libertadores (same as the Champions League but in South America) and several international games inItaly, Spain, Peru and Paraguay.
Diego got his coaching started when we became an assistant director for soccer camps for Oaxaca in Mexico, Jacksonville Cyclones and the Milwaukee Rampage. He then began coaching Colorado Storm and has been the Director of Goalkeeping, Assistant Director of Coaching, Director of Soccer Camps and Director of Coaching Boys U11-U14.
Diego is currently married with a son Ian who plays on one of the clubs teams. He is passionate about the Argentinean National Team and his former club of Newell.
Danny grew up playing soccer in Colorado where he won 6 State Cups and 4 Regional Championships. He earned All-State honors (2 Years) and All-American honors at Horizon High School. His senior year at Horizon his team won a State Championship and was ranked #1 in the country. Danny Attend University of New Mexico, for 3 years with the Division 1 program. He finished up his last year at Metro State has the teams captain. He played two year in PDL with the Indiana Invaders and Rapids Reserves.
Danny went on to be the assistant at Metro State for 4 years. He has been coaching for the ODP for the last 7 years and has been a Director of Coaching for the last 7 years in the State of Colorado. He has been on Region IV girls and boys OPD Staff. Danny has an ‘A’ License and Advance National Diploma.
Dave Morgan came to Colorado Storm in 2006 after two years as Director of Coaching for Colorado Xtreme Soccer Club, where he worked his way up the coaching ranks beginning as an assistant club coach in 1999. While with Colorado Xtreme, his teams won two State Cup Championships.
In addition, Dave has been an assistant coach with Metro State’s women’s varsity team since 2002 and has been with the team through two NCAA National championships (2004, 2006), four Final Four berths, numerous post-season appearances and eight RMAC league championships.
Dave’s coaching career took off when he was the Varsity Women’s and Men’s coach for Wheat Ridge High School from 1987 through 1994. He has also worked with the Olympic Development program since 1999 as a head state coach and part of the Region IV coaching staff since 2001.
Dave played varsity soccer for Northglenn High School, then four years at Metro State before playing semi-professionally with the SISL/USISL Colorado Comets Soccer Club.
Dave holds a NSCAA Premier Diploma, Advanced National Diploma, National Diploma and a USSF “C” license. He has a bachelor’s degree in Sports Club Administration from Metropolitan State College of Denver.
Clint attended the University of Alabama Birmingham, played 2 years with the Division 1 program, earning Freshman All-American and 1st Team All Conference Honors. Clint played with the U20 US National Team in the Under 20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates. His playing career then led to 3 years in the MLS with several different clubs.
Clint brings this wealth of knowledge to the club and we look forward to having him work with the goalkeepers in the club.
Trey is an USSF A License, NSCAA National Goalkeeper Certification and US Youth National License coach. He spend 15 years working as a Director of Coaching for Aurora Soccer Club and Colorado Fusion Soccer Club.
As a player Trey Harrington played professionally for 6 years with the Colorado Foxes and was a US Olympic Team Alternate in 1992.
Trey brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Colorado Storm and is a true asset.
Eric grew up in Lakewood, Colorado and played at Bear Creek Soccer Club growing up. He has coached girls for more then 16 years at several clubs around the state of Colorado. He has won 9 State Championships, 1 Regional Championship and 1 Nike Cup Championship just to name a few of the high profile tournaments Eric has won.
Eric has trained many players who have gone on to play with National Teams, Division 1 College Programs and earned All Americans including Marian Dalmy and Kendra Chandhoke.
He holds a USSF C License.
George grew up in the southwest Littleton area -- an area that he and his family still reside. He played youth soccer at various clubs in Colorado. George attended Chatfield Senior High and graduated in 1994. He played Division I Soccer at the University of Las Vegas Nevada and at the University of Rhode Island. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from URI in 1999.
Over the years, George has an obtained the following USSF Licenses: “A”, “National Youth”, and “National Goalkeeping”. In addition, he has acquired NSCAA “Premier” and “Director of Coaching” Diplomas.
George has been a Men’s and Women’s High School Varsity Coach, an ODP Team Coach, served on Region IV Staff, and has instructed state level “E” and “D” courses. He has been a full-time Director of Coaching at two previous clubs prior to being hired as a full-time Director of Coaching at Colorado Storm.