Virginia-DC Soccer Hall of Fame Names Co-Founders of Chip Rohr Soccer Camp as 2010 Inductees
The Virginia-DC Soccer Hall of Fame announced that among its 2010 inductees are the co-founders of Chip Rohr Soccer Camp, Chip Rohr and M'Kean "Mac" Tredway.
The Hall of Fame recognized both men for their meritorius service and long-time dedication to the area's youth soccer programs. Below are the accomplishments that introduced each man at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Chip first kicked a soccer ball while at the University of Richmond. He went on to play senior amateur soccer for 20 years. He started soccer programs at three high schools and was the varsity boysí head coach for 35 years. His teams won numerous District and Regional championships and went to State finals. He was named Virginia Small School Coach of the Year four times, Regional Coach of the Year twice, and was nominated for National Coach of the Year three times. Chip was co-founder of two of the first soccer camps in northern Virginia, and continues today as director of the Chip Rohr Soccer Camp. His proudest achievement is being the longest-serving member of the VYSA Coaching Education Staff, with 29 years of service. He has taught hundreds of coaches who have continued on to the youth, high school, college, and professional levels.
M'Kean "Mac" Tredway
Macís service to the game of soccer took the form of founding Soccer Camps, refereeing, and coaching education. In 1976 he founded the Manassas Soccer Camp at the Northern Virginia Community College Manassas campus, in 1978 he co-founded the Linton Hall Soccer Camp, which continues today as Chip Rohrís Soccer Camp, and in 1983 he founded the Fauquier Soccer camp. Mac served as administrator at all three camps. He became certified as a referee in 1970 and worked in the NASL and ASL, as well as senior amateur matches. He was an active referee and instructor, and helped to develop the referee assessment program. He also hosted VYSA Coaching Education courses at NVCC Manassas for many years.