Wakefield School in The Plains, Va is pleased to announce the hiring of Dave Noyes as Head Coach of the Boy’s Soccer Program.   

Dave is currently the Technical Director of Culpeper’s Soccer Club.  His passion for soccer has allowed him to play, coach and manage all levels of soccer clubs in the Virginia, DC and Maryland areas.  In 2014, Noyes was the head coach for the Men’s and Women’s soccer programs at Lord Fairfax Community College.  Prior to LFCC, Dave was the general manager of the professional soccer club Real Maryland FX and was the assistant coach/GK Coach with the Carolina Railhawks, both teams are members of the United Soccer Leagues (USL). 

Wakefield’s Athletic Director, Paul Sipes states,  “We are thrilled to have a coach with the professional credentials of Coach Noyes joining our staff.  More importantly, we are happy to have a man who understands the value of a liberal arts education and whose philosophy is a perfect compliment to the educational goals of Wakefield School.”

Noyes is originally from Bridgewater, Mass.  During his collegiate years, Dave attended Hartwick College in Oneonta, NY, known as the “soccer power house school”.  He transferred to Stonehill College in Easton, Ma where he captained the team, which was all-conference and N.E.I.S.L. All Star.  Post graduation, Dave played professionally with the United Soccer Leagues’ Rhode Island Stingrays and the Northern Virginia Royals.   Noyes has also coached at Bates College, Lewiston, ME; Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI; Super Y-League; RI State ODP; Region I ODP; and W.T. Woodson H.S. which won the Boys AAA Northern Virginia Regional Championship and an appearance in the Virginia Boys AAA Final Four State Championship. 

Noyes has earned his United States Soccer Federation (USSF) B License and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Advanced National License. 

Wakefield School is an independent school (junior kindergarten – 12th Grade) that focuses on each individual student to achieve their best in order to be contributing citizens to their community.  A fine example of our commitment to our student’s athletic division, the hiring of Dave will drive Wakefield’s soccer program to great achievements.

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