Aron Hyde

Major League Soccer and US National Team Goalkeepe in Chicago, Illinois

Aron Hyde

Major League Soccer and US National Team Goalkeepe in Chicago, Illinois

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As a goalkeeper coach for the United States Soccer Federation, Aron Hyde coaches for the U.S. men’s national team, the men’s national under-23 team, and the national youth teams from the under-14 to under-18 level. He prepares goalkeepers for forthcoming matches by implementing training programs appropriately matched to the different age levels, abilities, and strategies of each squad. Along with breaking down game tape, Aron Hyde utilizes performance analysis software such as Prozone and Wyscout to evaluate opposing teams and individual players.

In Major League Soccer, Aron Hyde served for five seasons as a goalkeeper coach for the Chicago Fire. He contributed to the coaching staff that guided the Fire to the 2011 Open Cup finals and led the team to win the most single-season victories in its history. Working to develop Sean Johnson, the Fire’s number-one goalkeeper, he helped Johnson participate on the U.S. men’s national team and receive selection as the 2014 Fire defensive player of the year. Earlier in his career, Hyde was an assistant men’s soccer coach for the University of Washington and Seattle University.

At Judson University, Aron Hyde received a BA in sports and exercise science and played for the team that won the 2004 NCAA men’s soccer championship. He possesses a master’s degree in sports administration and leadership from Seattle University and A Licenses from both the U.S. Soccer Federation and UEFA.

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    • Judson University