Making it Happen - Our Team.

Across our many levels, Little Trevian Academy through Development Academy, we properly develop soccer players and create an individualized, unmatched family experience.

Baer Fisher

Sporting Director •

Playing Experience:
• Middlebury College: 2-time All-NESCAC and All-New England player.
• 2007 NCAA Division III National Champion.
• Holds all-time assists and appearances records.
• Oakwood Soccer Club, CT
• Loomis-Chaffee, CT: All-State and All-New England honors.
• New Trier High School
• FC United Soccer Club
• Trevian Soccer Club
Coaching Since:
Coaching Experience:
• Panthers Soccer Club, VT
• University of Chicago (July '09-'11)
Other Coaching Positions:
• Head Coach Loyola Academy Boys Varsity Team
• NSCAA Associate Staff Instructor
Coaching Licenses:
• USSF B License
• USSF National Youth License
• NSCAA Premier Diploma
• NSCAA Advanced Youth Diploma
Kenilworth, IL
Middlebury College

Jamie Smith is a qualified and experienced soccer professional who, throughout his career, has enjoyed success both on and off the field as a coach. He signed his first professional contract with Celtic Football Club at the age of 16. He progressed through the renowned Celtic Youth Academy and made his Celtic 1st team debut as an 18 year old. During his time at Celtic, Jamie made over 70 appearances for the club. He won two Scottish cups, two Scottish leagues and was a part of the Celtic team who lost in the 2003 Uefa Cup Final to Porto.

Jamie left Celtic FC to join Dutch Eredivisie side Ado Den Haag where he played for one season, earning over 25 appearances and gaining much experience playing in a different footballing environment.

Aberdeen FC of the Scottish Premier League offered Jamie a contract which he signed in July 2005. He spent 4 years at Aberdeen, playing over 100 games and scoring over 20 goals. Jamie scored two goals against FC Copenhagen in a match which saw Aberdeen advance to the last 32 of the Europa League where they lost to Bayern Munich.

After 4 seasons with Aberdeen, Jamie moved to Colorado to join the MLS's Colorado Rapids. He made over 60 appearance for the Rapids, scoring 7 goals and helping the team win its first MLS Championship in 2010. After 4 years playing with the Rapids, Jamie retired from playing, ending a 16 year professional playing career.

Jamie took a coaching role at the Rapids DA where he worked as Academy Director and U18 Head Coach for the Rapids Development Academy before joining FC United.

When Jamie isn't on the field, he spends his time with his wife, Laura, and three children. For Jamie, there isn't anything better than family time, reading, cooking and listening to music.