Louie Smothermon
Executive Director

Louie Smothermon came to BRSC February 1st, 2017 from New Orleans, Louisiana.  Louie grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and was a two-time all-state player at Greenway High School.  He went on to Lander University and received his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science.  At Lander, Louie was a two-time All-American, Palmetto State Conference Player of the Year, District 6 Player of the Year, and Lander Athlete of the Year.  Louie received his Master’s Degree in Sport Management from East Tennessee State University where he was a Graduate Assistant of the Year.  Louie played professional Indoor soccer for the Arizona Sandsharks.  He played professional outdoor soccer for the South Carolina Shamrocks, New Orleans Gamblers and was a player/assistant coach for the New Orleans Storm. Louie coached at Brother Martin High School in New Orleans for nine years with the last two as the Director of Soccer.  Louie was the Director of Coaching for the Carrollton Soccer Association (CSA) in New Orleans for ten years and was instrumental in merging four Clubs in New Orleans forming the Chicago Fire Juniors Soccer Club.  Louie has been directly involved in teams that have won the Region 3 championships and qualified and participated in the U.S. Youth Soccer National League.  He has helped develop many players who have gone on to play high school, region team, collegiate level, and in National Team pools.  Louie has been on the LSA Olympic Development and U.S. Youth Soccer Region III staff. 

Louie currently holds his USSF “A” license, NSCAA Premier Diploma, USSF "Y" License and is certified Life Kinetik trainer. Louie is proud to have two kids, Madelyn and Max.

Marvin Smith
Director of Coaching 
Marvin Smith is a native of Trinidad and Tobago. He came to US on a soccer scholarship to Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Human Performance and Kinesiology. Smith adds great knowledge, playing and coaching experience to our club. As a college player he was a three-time All-District and an All-American player. Smith was also a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Under -17 National Team and played with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) first division club Arima United and second division club Bennifica. Smith’s coaching experience includes: Head Women’s, Men’s Assistant Coach, Huntingdon College; Director of Coaching, Attack Soccer Club; Head Coach/Player, Alabama Saints – Professional Development League (PDL); Alabama and Louisiana Olympic Development Program (ODP) staff coach. 

Coach Smith holds his NSCAA Premier Diploma, USSF “A” License and National Youth License. He is also the NSCAA State Technical Coordinator for Louisiana as well as a USSF and NSCAA National Instructor.

Chris Mitchell 
Director of Coaching Juniors U10-U13
Chris Mitchell returned to BRSC on May 15th 2017 from a seven year stint as the Director of Capital City United Soccer Club.  Chris grew up in Baton Rouge playing for BRSA and Baton Rouge High.  A member of the Baton Rouge Soccer Associations inaugural select soccer program called United and Jaguars from 1982 – 1989.  Team captain, district MVP, All Metro Star of Stars, District MVP in HS.  He went on to receive a scholarship to play soccer at Butler University and received a BS in Marketing.  At Butler, he was a four year letterman and selected to the All – State Collegiate soccer team in 1990.  Chris played semi-professionally with the Seattle Sounders(1993) and Arkansas A’s(1994).  Returned to Baton Rouge in 1998 and began coaching at BRHS (1998-2001) and with the BR Jaguars.  In 1998, became the Premier Soccer Director for BRSA.  He ran the BRSC Premier Program from 1998 – 2010.  During that time span he became head coach for University High(2001-present) and has lead them to 17 straight quarterfinal berths and 2 state title runner up appearances in 2009 & 2010.   

Coach Mitchell currently holds his USSF “A” coaching license . Chris is married to Angie Mitchell and they both have two girls: Sophia (07) and Savannah Mitchell (09).   

Andy Smothermon 
Director of Academy
Coach Andy grew up in Phoenix, AZ. He played club and high school soccer while residing there. He previously coached for clubs in Phoenix and New Orleans. He was a staff coach for Carrollton Soccer Association and Chicago Fire Juniors Soccer Club for ten years.

Andy also spent the last twelve years as a Physical Education teacher and coach at Trinity Episcopal School. While there he guided the soccer teams to numerous league championships and runner-up titles. He was also the coach and instructor for the summer soccer camps. He attended and played soccer for Glendale Community College and Francis Marion University. He completed his education with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Education & Promotion from Northern Arizona University. Coach Andy played in the PDL and USISL leagues for the Arizona Cotton, Phoenix Hearts, and the Arizona Saguaros.

Coach Andy currently holds his NSCAA National Diploma. 

Kiran Booluck
Director of Coaching Seniors U14-U18 / Director of Outreach
Coach Kiran Booluck is originally from London, England. He graduated from Southampton Solent University with a bachelors of honors degree in Football (soccer) Studies. He then moved to the USA, working for Challengers Sports. He worked in the northern states before moving to Dallas, Texas. From there he eventually moved to Shreveport, LA. In Shreveport he worked for CABOSA/Shreveport United for 3 Years and was the head coach for older teams along with heading up the girls academy program. In July 2015 Coach Kiran moved to Baton Rouge. Since then he has been the head coach for multiple BRSC Competitive Teams along with being a head coach for multiple ODP Louisiana Teams. Coach Kiran Currently coaches the 2003 Boys Black and 2004 Boys Black Competitive team along with being the Head Boys Soccer Coach at Episcopal High School of Baton Rouge.

Coach Kiran has a UEFA B license, USSF B License, NSCAA Licenses and certifications including his Director of Coaching Diploma, Advance National Youth and Goalkeeping qualifications.

Richard Rollins
Director of Goalkeepers / College Program Director
Coach Rollins brings a wealth of experienced and knowledge at all levels of the game to the club.  Coach Rollins played at Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vt, which was in the NAIA in the early 80's.  Lyndon State reached the playoffs in each season he started and was ranked in the top 20 nationally during his two seasons as a starter.  Coach Rollins started coaching collegiately with Middlebury College in 1992 before moving onto Franklin Pierce College in 1993.  While at Franklin Pierce, the Raven were regularly ranked in the top 5 teams in the nation and consistently advanced to the regional finals in the NCAA Division II tournament in the six years coach Rollins was with the program.

Coach Rollins concurrently was the goalkeeper coach for the Phantoms of New Hampshire of United Systems of Independent Soccer Leagues (USISL), which was a feeder program for the New England Revolution.  During his time with the Phantoms of New Hampshire, the teams was consistently in the playoffs with their best season coming in 1998 when the Phantoms reached the finals with a record of 23-8, with a league low 39 goals allowed during the regular season.  Phantoms goalkeeper Jeremey Bailey was among the national leaders with a .98 goals against average and 5 shutouts in over 1800 minutes of play during the regular season.  Coach Rollins then moved onto coaching goalkeepers with the Connecticut Wolves of the A league under head coach Dan Gaspar, with the highlight of that season being a victory over Tampa Bay in the U.S. Open Cub Tournament.  Coach Rollins also was the goalkeeper coach for the University of Hartford during the 1993 season, working again with coach Gaspar.

Coach Rollins also was the National Director of Star Goalkeeper Academy, working with coach Gaspar for over a decade, running camps throughout the United States and Canada working and developing goalkeepers and staff.  Many of the staff Coach Rollins has worked with are having highly successful coaching careers at both the national and local levels.

Coach Rollins holds a USSF B license, and has a Bachelor's of Science in Social Sciences from Lyndon State College.

Angie Mitchell
Director of Zachary Campus
Angie grew up in Baton Rouge, playing for Baton Rouge United and Woodlawn High School.  Her Baton Rouge United D’Feeters team were six time state champions, and were semi-finalists in the 1994 and 1995 Region III Championships.  She played at Mississippi State University from 1995-1997 and at Louisiana State University in 1998. Coach Angie also played for the W League Gulf Coast Chaos team in 1996.  She was a five time member of Louisiana ODP team.  

She is currently the Head Girls Soccer Coach at The Dunham School in Baton Rouge.  She was previously the head coach at Runnels, where she has been named District Coach of the Year three times. Her previous high school experience includes Episcopal, U-High Boys Assistant, St. Joseph’s Academy (Semi-Finalists, All Metro Co-Coach of the year) and Woodlawn.  She has 18 years of coaching experience in club, middle school and high school levels.  She has also coached Louisiana Olympic Development Program for two years.  She was previously the Assistant Director of Capital City United Soccer Club in Baton Rouge.  

Coach Angie currently holds hers USSF C License, USSF Y License, NSCAA Advanced National Diploma and Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from Louisiana State University and Cardiovascular Sonography diploma from Southern Medical School of Ultrasound. Angie and Chris have two daughters, Sophia and Savannah.

Paul Fletcher
Director of Soccer Operations
Paul grew up in Central America (Panama, Canal Zone).  He played soccer in high school for Cristobal High School.  He coached his first soccer team while in 11th grade.  He has coached with BRSC since 1995.  He has coached competitive soccer with BRSC since 2010.  Paul led his U18 boys team, Bullgators, to the State Cup.  His u12 boys BRSC team was a state finalist in the 2012 State Cup.  He coached for St. Amant High School and has coached for both the boys and girls teams at St. Michael High School since 2005.  He is currently the Director of Boys Soccer Operations at The Dunham School.  He is the Head Coach for the Dunham High School boys team. 

Coach Paul currently holds his USSF National "D" license.  

Morgan Bellington
Recreational Director/ Office Manager
Morgan is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She has been with BRSC since 2008.  Morgan studied Psychology at Southeastern Louisiana University. She has worked in the Adult League, Recreational League, Academy Program, Three Year Old Program, and Middle School League.  She works to oversee the Recreational Program and all office relations. Morgan currently holds a USSF "F" License.

Stanley Johnson 
Director of Adult Programs
Stanley Johnson is a Louisiana native that grew up playing soccer for Shreveport United Soccer Club. He attended Caddo Magnet High School and he joined the soccer program where was named the team MVP, in conjunction with numerous other accolades. Stanley began working with BRSC after graduating from Louisiana State University in 2015. In addition to his competitive coaching experience, Stanley also serves as an integral part of the Episcopal High School Varsity program. Coach Stanley currently holds his USSF National "E" license 

Santana Ruíz
Director of Sports Medicine
Santana Ruíz was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. Due to her father being in the Army, she spent her childhood traveling across the United States. She has family in California and in the southeastern United States. Ruíz attended the University of Alabama - Huntsville on an academic scholarship. She was Pre Med and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology degree with a double minor in Spanish and Exercise Physiology with tracks in Athletic Training. She returned to California in the summer of 2011 to attend California Baptist University to pursue her masters. In May of 2013 she graduated with a Master of Science degree in Athletic Training. In June of 2013 Ruíz was hired by C.D. Chivas USA as an Athletic Trainer for their U.S. Soccer Federation Development Academy teams. She was the Head Athletic Trainer for Chivas USA's U-23 team. She traveled with the club to Guadalajara, Mexico for the Copa Chivas International Tournament. She also worked as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Ontario Fury, a professional men's indoor soccer team. During the 2015 Special Olympics World Games held in Los Angeles, Ruíz worked as an Athletic Trainer for the tennis matches held at the UCLA Tennis Center. In the spring of 2016 she worked the United States Tennis Association's Easter Bowl tournament in Indian Wells, CA. In 2017 Ruíz became an independent contractor for the United States Tennis Association. She worked the 2017 Easter Bowl tournament once again, as well as a Pro Circuit event in Little Rock, Arkansas for the organization. Prior to joining the BRSC organization Ruíz worked for the L.A. Salsa organization as the Athletic Trainer for their women's team that was a part of the Women's Premier Soccer League.

Ruíz obtained her national board certification as an Athletic Trainer in 2013, and acquired her Louisiana state licensure from the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners in 2017.

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