Chase Neidig

Head Men's Soccer Coach; Director of Athletic Broadcasting


Bio

Chase Neidig rejoined Bluefield College Athletics during the summer of 2014, being named as the Associate Head Men's Soccer Coach and Director of Athletic Broadcasting.

Neidig returns to Bluefield College after spending 2013 in South Carolina, where he coached for the top youth soccer club in the state—South Carolina United-Mount Pleasant (SCU/MP). He led the No. 1 ranked girls team in the state for the Under-17 Division to a 12-3 regular season record. The team also played in the nation’s premier national league (CASL and Disney Showcase) and qualified for the Region III Regional Championships in Baton Rouge, La.
 
During his first stint with the Rams, Neidig helped elevate the level of play for both programs soccer--serving as an assistant coach with the men in 2011 and 2012 and as head women's soccer coach in 2012. Most notably, Neidig led the women’s soccer program to its most wins in program history, posting the third-best overall record turnaround in the NAIA from 2011 to 2012.

Outside of coaching, Neidig owns and manages Tourbeau Sports Group, a soccer-specifc video production company, most notably known for producing video stream and TV broadcasts for some of the top soccer leagues and games in the United States. The company's client list includes US Soccer, NASL, NSCAA Game of the Week, USL, PDL, NPSL, US Youth Soccer, NWSL, NAIA and many others. 
 
His work also translates into providing marketing and promotional needs for top youth and collegiate players looking to make the jump from to the college or professional soccer level by using the network and technology of Tourbeau Sports Group to gain exposure. 
 
Neidig continued to promote the NAIA's top men's soccer players in getting exposure at the pro level by organizing the Tourbeau Soccer Evolution Academy and All-Star Tour, where he selected the top 20 NAIA players and funded a 13-day tour around the country. Players competed in friendlies against USL-PRO, NASL and MLS clubs. 

"I am very fortunate to have a large network of contacts in the professional and professional development levels of soccer across the country", Neidig added. "And my goal is to not only use my connections to further my own business ventures, but also it provides our program at Bluefield College with an incredible recruiting tool to attract top talent both domestic and internationally who have a desire to play after college."

With his experience and background in television and video streaming, Neidig also assumes the role as Bluefield's first-ever Director of Athletic Broadcasting. Neidig will work alongside the Sports Information office, redesigning, implementing, and overseeing all live streaming webcasts and video content for BC Athletics.

Location: House 8

Department: Athletics


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