ELEVATE90™ was created in response to the underserved needs of today’s elite female soccer player.

    By creating a "TRAIN TO WIN" system based on decision making - we are preparing individual players under pressure using randomized problem-solving techniques, active questioning (cold calling) and high-intensity training to prepare them for the heat of competition.
    Intensity of preparation - 'training to win' - conditions the brain and body to perform under pressure. It lets peak performance become automatic. It develops the mindset to win.


  • A look inside the E90 advantage...

  • UPDATED 2022 Summer E90 Training Options

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    2022 E90 Training Options

    Elevate90 is excited to offer 4 different training options this summer with small group/individual training starting the week of May 2nd. We will also be offering all options in Canton (Independence Park) and Novi (ITC Park), Michigan. Customize your training schedule this summer, with the exception of the set dates for RISE Camps.


    1.) Small Group Training (1-4 players, 1 hour training slot, all ages, all positions including goalkeeping)

    2.) Area Focused Small Group Training (1-4 advanced U13 and older players, 1 hour training slot, all positions including goalkeeping)
    This includes our speed and agility/strength and conditioning training custom designed by our Strength and Conditioning Director!

    3.) RISE Camp (Early Risers 2014-2012 and Risers 2011-2009) The two age groups will be separated for the entire camp to better serve the development of those players, but if an exception is needed, please let us know.

    4.) Team Camp (Entire teams or group of players 10-18 players)


    For more detailed descriptions and comparisons of each option, please see use this link to view a description chart.

    Training Options Link


    2022 Elevate90 Dates/Locations/Prices


    Monday through Thursday May 2 – August 4

    Independence Day Break July 4-5 (no Team Camp that week)


    RISE Camps

    Canton: July 11-14, 8:30-11:00am

    Novi: Canceled


    Times (Subject to Change)

    Small Group Training (General and Area Focused):

    9-10am, 10-11am, 5-6pm, 6-7pm, 7-8pm

    RISE Camp: 8:15-11:00am (Drop off between 8:15 and 8:30)

    Team Camp: 8:30-11:00am or 5:30-8:00pm



    Canton - Independence Park 1898 Denton Rd, Canton, MI 48188

    Novi - ITC 51000 Eight Mile Rd, Northville, MI 48167



    RISE Camp


    $120 with Bring a Friend special running now!


    Small Group/Area Focused Training price chart: CLICK HERE,

    Team Camp $200 per player (group size 10-12) OR $2400 for the group with a size of 13-18 players



    How to Register


    Medical Release Form

    Every player participating needs to fill out the electronic Medical Release Form found here.


    2022 Medical Release Form


    RISE Camp

    RISE Camp Registration Link

    You will receive an email confirming registration went through and another email before camp begins with details


    Small Group Training (General and Area Focused)

    1. Registration Link use this to get registered first (1 questionnaire per group)

    2. Choose the location's link below to select your training time slots

    Canton Sign Up

    Novi Sign Up

    You will get a reminder the day before your training. Feel free to contact us before then to confirm registration but you will get a confirmation email from the sign-up.

    3. Just a reminder to complete the Medical Release Form if you have not.


    Team Camp 

    Email us at info@elevate90.net so we can coordinate with you directly and get you the most rewarding and uniquely planned camp for your group!






  • Our Difference

    ELEVATE90 soccer skills training and academy has been built on a core set of guiding principles, we call RISE:
    Reinforce – strengthen skills and effectiveness
    Integrate – fuse physical, mental and emotional attributes
    Strive – focus on achieving goals and objectives
    Evolve – grow and reach new heights


    "The small groups were ideal. My daughter felt that each coach gave her very personal attention and feedback, making it more productive than other programs she has completed. The coaches were instructional, yet kind and fun. You can tell they wanted to be there. For the money, it was the most effective soccer camp we’ve experienced."

    -Rory (Parent)


    "In preparation to tryout for the Hope College soccer team, my daughter attended one on one E90 training two days per week for most of the summer. After singing up, Sarah (the director), immediately contacted my daughter to get all of the details regarding her summer workout plan from Hope. My daughter worked with trainer Meyah Romeo regularly and had great results. Meyah was punctual, friendly and pushed my daughter to do her best. I am thrilled to say that she made the team and there is no doubt in my mind that E90 helped her to secure a roster spot!"

    -Kelly (Parent)


    "My daughter really appreciated that the coaches listened to her and worked on her goals as a player. "

    -Anonymous (Parent)


    "Coach Kelsey was amazing and the girls all loved working with her!"

    -Beth (Parent)


    "I love Coach Sarah and Coach Megan!! I also appreciated the opportunity to learn from the DCFC women's team players that were helping at the camp. I had so much fun!"

    -Roma (Player)


  • Meet the ELEVATE90 Staff

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    William Joker

    Bill holds a NSCAA Premier, Advanced National and National Diplomas, USSF National Youth License, USSF National C License, and has over 20 years of club and high school coaching including 13 years of coaching exclusively female teams at every level.

    In June of 2017 Bill became the Club Director of Legends FC in Brighton, Michigan and the Brighton High School Women's Varsity Assistant Coach. Before that he held the position of the Girls Director of Coaching at Canton Celtic for 12 years and was the Plymouth High School Women's Varsity Assistant Coach for 15 years.

    Bill played four years of varsity soccer at Salem High School earning "All Conference" honors and was a two-year starter at Schoolcraft College with "All Region" honors before playing professionally for the USISL Ann Arbor Elite.

    “During my 35 years as a player and coach I experienced what many people know to be true: Female athletes rarely get the attention, support and accolades they deserve. My goal is to change that and empower female players to become skilled, confident, positive, and determined soccer players.” ELEVATE90 instills female soccer players with the psychological pillar of the game along with the technical, tactical and physical aspects. Players learn to approach each game and every practice as a challenge and are equipped with the tools required to compete with confidence and in a positive manner.

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    Sarah Huge

    Sarah holds a USSF National C license and is currently working on obtaining her B license. She has over 10 years experience coaching at the club level along with some high school coaching experience.
    Sarah began a coaching passion while attending and playing at Michigan State University working at the summer camps or leading her own personal training sessions. She began coaching club in 2012 in Ann Arbor and has been with Detroit City FC/Canton Celtic SC since 2015. In 2016, Sarah was the Salem High School Girls Varsity Assistant Coach.
    Sarah grew up in Northville, Michigan and played for the Michigan Rush and Michigan Hawks for youth soccer as well for Northville High School. She went on to play 4 years at Michigan State University and continued into the semi-professional game with multiple Michigan teams. She played in the two first seasons as captain for the UWS Detroit City FC where she then retired from high level soccer, but still loves playing with her players. She lives in Canton with her husband and two children.
    "I was fortunate enough to have a variety of very inspirational coaches who supported me as a female athlete. These were mostly men. I have always had many strong female role models around me, but not usually as athletes. I work with female soccer athletes in hopes to be that female role model to help them on their journey in athletics, and be proof of what hard work, dedication, and self belief can accomplish. To achieve this goal would mean to improve the athlete's mindset of what is possible by focusing on the confidence as well as technical and tactical ability. There are differences in males and females, but there is a similar mindset among all athletes and I have a different perspective and understanding being a female athlete myself. In a world where so many factors have an impact on a young mind, I want to be a positive voice that can steer young ladies into a strong future full of opportunities. I am so thankful and excited to be an impactful part of the ELEVATE90 program where these differences are recognized and used to develop and empower the female athlete."
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    Kelsey McClafferty

    Novi Director


    Kelsey holds a USSF National E license and has over 10 years of coaching experience at the club level for the Michigan Jaguars.


    Kelsey began coaching while attending Michigan State University. She then became involved in local youth programs and personal training sessions. It has developed to coaching girl’s youth soccer for the Michigan Jaguars.


    Kelsey grew up in Pinckney, Michigan. She played for the Michigan Hawks for youth soccer where she also had opportunities to play at multiple Women’s National Team camps. She went on to play 4 years at Michigan State University and continued into the semi-professional game playing for the first inaugural DCFC UWS team. She lives in New Hudson with her husband and daughter.


    “Some of the most important influences in my soccer career were females. I want to pay it forward by becoming a role model for young female players. My goal is to share my love and knowledge of the sport. Soccer is not only about the physical but also mental game. E90 focuses on both components and that is what I love most about it. It crucial that we develop strong, well rounded players that have both the physical and mental aspects of the game. Building confident young women will transcend from on the field and into their lives. My focus is to make these female athletes individuals that can be successful both on the field but in society. I am grateful that I get to be a part of that journey

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    Elisa Bäron

    Strength and Conditioning Director


    Elisa holds the certified strength and conditioning specialist through the national strength and conditioning association as well as the strength and conditioning coach certified through the collegiate strength and conditioning coaches association certifications. She also obtained the UEFA level C license when she was coaching soccer in Germany.
    She has a total of 9 years of coaching experience in youth soccer and youth and collegiate strength and conditioning.


    Elisa began coaching soccer for the German soccer association after finishing High school and continued to learn more about coaching while working with all different youth levels. She also worked as a coach for the Bundesliga club Hannover 96.
    She started focusing on strength and conditioning and speed and agility training in 2018, when interning with her Alma Matter BGSU. She continued her career as a sports performance specialist at Redline athletics before becoming a S&c graduate assistant for Olympic sports at Michigan State University.
    After finishing her masters with concentration in strength and conditioning she became the professional intern for MSU basketball.
    She works now as the Assistant strength and conditioning coach for Oakland University.


    Elisa grew up in northern Germany where she began playing soccer at the age of 3. At the age of 15, she transferred to an adult team, playing in the third tear. Elisa came to the US in 2014 and played her collegiate career at BGSU, winning a MAC championship in her final season.
    In 2018, Elisa played for Motor City FC. In 2021, she joined DCFC as a player and is currently on the roster for the 2022 season.


    Working with female soccer players is extremely rewarding and it allows me to teach and make an impact in their lives. Seeing them grow, become more confident and elevate their game on and off the field is tremendous to watch. From a strength and conditioning perspective, focusing on female athletes is of huge importance to me, helping them to become not only more confident and tougher, but also to keep them on the field and without injuries for as long as possible. Being able to teach them life lessons related to something they’re passionate about and learning from them as well allows me to grow and become a better leader myself.






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    Megan Miles

    Lead Coach
    Megan holds a USSF National D License and is currently working on her C. She has 5 years of experience coaching including club teams, high school girls teams, and women’s collegiate teams.
    Though she has been a lifelong soccer player, Megan's true passion for coaching started while in undergrad at Eastern Michigan University. After graduating, she continued her studies at Concordia University in an MBA program and simultaneously coached the university's women’s soccer team. She began her club coaching experience with the Michigan Tigers in 2016 and is currently in her first year of coaching DCFC Youth West.
    Megan grew up in Plymouth-Canton and played for Northville Rush for eight years. She was a four-year varsity team member and senior captain at Canton high school before attending Eastern Michigan University. There, she played for the university women’s soccer team for four years while earning her bachelor's degree in marketing and communications. Megan continues to play semi-professionally in Metro Detroit as a member of the DCFC UWS women’s team.
    “I’ve always enjoyed coaching young female soccer players and inspiring them to dream big. Mentoring youth players allows me to reflect on my experience at that age and on how much I loved the game and still do. I hope to motivate, provide confidence, and encourage all female athletes. I strive to empower them to get stronger, both physically and mentally, on and off the soccer field. I’m excited to provide challenging sessions that offer technical and tactical training to female soccer players.”
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    Becca Przybylo

    Lead Goalkeeper Coach 


    In June of 2020 Becca became a coach for Elevate 90 working with both field players and goalkeepers. Since then, she has worked side by side with Kyle Winningham in coaching the DCFC Youth West goalkeepers. Becca is the Girls Assistant Varsity Coach of the girls Plymouth High School. She has experience working with all age levels and is currently working to get her coaching certification.


    Becca played for Canton Celtics growing up and finished her youth career with the Hawks ECNL team. In high school, Becca was a four year starter on Varsity. Becca currently plays at Eastern Michigan University, and during her freshman year, EMU went to the Mac Championship. Becca has been the starting keeper for the UWS Detroit City FC for the past two seasons.


    “While still being a female athlete I think it's very important for young girls to have someone they can look up to. I want to be a coach that girls can look up to, but also take away life lessons I can share and not just soccer related ones. By growing these connections, I hope girls find the confidence and skills they desire. Working with female goalkeepers at Elavate90, I want them to be able to leave training knowing they got better today, but also to be able to take away one aspect they thought they improved on in that session. Whether it be soccer related or not.”







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    Our supporting coaching staff

    E90's Inspiring Female Coaches

    We are extremely proud of the amazing supporting coaching staff we have each summer. These female coaches all bring different experiences and background stories of personal soccer journey. They all play at high levels including collegiate, semi-professional, and beyond. They are always excited to work with our program's young female athletes and to share their knowledge and experiences.






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