Competitive Recreational Soccer Camps College Advisory
CISC COVID-19 Club Protocol - 8/2/20

Please click on the link below for the updated CISC COVID Mitigation Plan to Include changes to The Dome User Agreements as of 11/9/20.

If you have any questions please email info@cisc.org or call us at 344-PLAY.

CISC COVID Mitigation Plan & Dome User Guidelines 11_9_20.pdf

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Club Staff
  • Justin Atteberry Executive Director

  • Tim Valesko Director of Coaching

    Tim is a graduate of Service High School (89′) and won two state titles as a Cougar. A 1988 Gatorade Player of the Year and All-American; he played collegiately at Concordia University Cavaliers in Portland, Oregon. 

     

    Coaching Licenses

     

    Tim has gained his United States Soccer Federation National C License, his NSCAA National Diploma, NSCAA Director of Coaches Diploma and NSCAA National Goalkeeper Diploma and is undertaking his NSCAA Advanced National Diploma.

     

    Coaching Achievements

     

    Tim has been Coaching for 18 years, being one of Alaska’s most successful coaches and has amassed 36 State titles in that time; as well as helping to place over 100 players to the collegiate ranks. 

     

    Tim has coached two winners of the Disney Showcase Tournament 2011 and 2013, and coached two winners of the Crossfire Tournament Seattle WA. His teams have won the Eagles Classic tournament in Southern California and also won the Mayors Cup-Las Vegas.

     

    His 97 Girls also won the prestigious 2014 Region IV President’s Cup.

     

    He has been coaching High School soccer in Anchorage on the Boys and Girl’s side for over

    18 years, including 16 State Championships; and is the current Dimond HS Girls Varity Coach – the current 2016 State Champions, with an undefeated season.

     

     

    Tim is well versed in the Cook Inlet Soccer Club Developmental Philosophy and its processes; working primarily with our Elite Academy Program, the wealth of experience he brings to the pitch, in technical, tactical, physical and psychological aspects will enhance the players he works with in their ability to train and learn at the highest levels.


  • Cat Jorgensen Staff Coach

    Cat Jorgensen grew up in Eagle River she spent four years playing for CISC on the 97 girls Blue team. After transferring to Darlington School Soccer Academy in Rome, GA, she went on to play D1 soccer at The University of Alabama. After a short time in MD, she returned to Alaska to pursue her love of soccer and coaching. She is now the staff coach as well as the Assistant coach of the 09 girls and the head coach of the 2012 girls.


  • Daniel Vernon Director of Operations and Recreation