Mike Idiokitas has played the game his entire life. Born in Liberia, he played in the Liberian National youth academy. He later moved to Maryland where he co-captian his high school team and received All-Met honors. He played division 1 in the Big East at the University of Pittsburgh. He has played competitive club soccer on clubs in New York, Maryland, Virginia and DC. He currently plays with Cap City FC in DC. As a coach he has over 15 years of experience, coaching clubs and individuals. During the past four years he has serve as a coach for both the Recreational and Pre-Travel Washington Soccer Club programs.
Keith Tucker is an accomplished player and coach. Keith started playing youth soccer in Washington Soccer Club. He played division 1 at Howard University. He also played on the U-23 national team for Bermuda. As a coach he has served in various coaching positions at DC Scores, United Soccer Club, Washington Soccer Club, Soccer Means More, and Sandys Scholar Athlete Academy. Keith also served as the Varsity coach at T. Roosevelt Senior High School.
Lauren Kibbe is an enthusiastic educator and athlete. She has a B.A. from Haverford College in PA, where she played Varsity soccer, and a M.S.Ed from Bank Street College of Education in New York City where she studied early childhood and museum education. She loves children and is interested in creating alternative learning and teaching environments where all people can explore and learn safely. She believes that physical activity is one of the important ways children express themselves, gain self-awareness and build confidence. Lauren currently lives in Mt. Pleasant, D.C. and works in the Office of Exhibitions at the National Museum of Natural History. She is so excited to be back coaching with the Washington Soccer Club for a 3rd season!