2018-2019 WV ODP Coaches
Born in St.Louis, MO, played college soccer for Maryville University, St. Louis.
USSF D License, DOC WV ODP Boys, 2003 Staff boys coach, WVFC, Club Coach,
My passion is to coach and mentor players to their potential on and off the field.
Born in Formby, England, Andy is a former West Virginia University men's soccer all america standout from 2004-2007 and one of the top players in program history. Upon the conclusion of his WVU playing career, Wright returned to England to play professionally from 2008-15. He began his professional career with Scunthorpe United from 2008-12, where he helped the team win promotion from League 1 to the English Championship. He was loaned to Grimsby Town in 2010 and 2012. From 2012-15, he played for Morecambe before he concluded his playing career with Southport.
WVU assistant Men's coach 2016- present, and 2003 WV ODP boys coach
From Pekin Illinois, 2003-2005, Heritage high school coach, 2006-2010, Parkview high school coach, 2011-2013, Martinsburg Parks and Rec, 2013- current DOS and 2005 boys TCSC Impact Black coach, 3rd year as 2004 boys WV ODP coach.
Born in Damascus, MD and former West Virginia University men’s soccer All-American goalkeeper Nick Noble returned to WVU as an assistant coach in 2018 and is in his second season at his alma mater. Noble, a First Team All-American in 2006 who set numerous school records as a Mountaineer, joins the WVU staff following an 11-year professional career. As a four-year starter in goal at WVU from 2003-06, Noble set 17 career or single-season program records. This will be Nick's second season with WV ODP as the boys GK coach and 2004 boys coach.
Trainee professional with Bolton Wanderers F.C., semi-professional (England) with Bamber Bridge & Wivenhoe Town; University of Rio Grande, Ohio 1994-1997.
Wall was the Wigan Athletci F.C. (England) youth academy coach, Assistant coach at Wheeling Jesuit University, NCAA D2 2001-2004; FC Alliance North 2004 and 2008 boys and is the 2005 boys WV ODP coach, 2017-present.
Originally from Cameroon, Noubossie recently accepted the men's assistant position at Alderson and Broaddus University. His playing experience includes, Strasbourg FC (France), Wheeling Jesuit University men's soccer, Zanesville AFC (semi professional), and Harrisburg Heat (professional).
Nousbossie, has now coached at Mountaineer United Soccer Club, in Morgantown, WV for 3 years. During this time, he completed his masters in Athletic coaching education and has received his USSF D License. He has had the opportunity to work with both boys and girls, across various age groups, winning multiple tournaments, including the West Virginia State Cup. Coach Noubossie aspires to continue to give back through the sport he so much enjoys.
Oliver (Olly) Hewitt-Fisher
A carmarthen, Wales native, former University of Rio Grande men's soccer standout, and a vital part of the Redstorm's many successes during his collegiate career. Hewitt-Fisher was an academy and reserve player at Swansea City AFC. He also represented Wales at the U-17 and U-19 levels, as well as five years with the New Orleans Jesters (PDL) and one season with the Myrtle Beach Mutiny (NPSL).
Upon the conclusion of his playing career, Hewitt-Fisher joined the coaching staff at his alma mater as a graduate assistant where he helped the team to a further two NAIA National Tournament berths. He then spent the fall of 2016 as a volunteer assistant at Marshall University, while also serving as a youth soccer coach at WVFC. He is now the interim head coach for West Virginia Tech, 2005 boys Legacy FC coach and entering his third year with the 2006 WV ODP boys team.
Originally from Long Island, New York, Brian played collegiately at University of Mobile. He currently holds a USSF D License and is a long time member of the WV ODP State coaching staff. He was named 2016 WVSA ODP coach of the year. He has coached both boys and girls on every level of youth soccer in this area for over 20 years. He is currently coaching at WVFC in their academy program. Brian will continue as the 2007 and 2008 boys WV ODP coach.