Mount Washington Valley Soccer Club

Olympic Development Program

NH Olympic Development



NH ODP Mission

The New Hampshire Olympic Development Program (ODP) seeks to develop and identify the top
youth soccer players in the state of NH and to promote the elite players for further identification to
USYS regional teams and USSF national teams.

CONGRATULATIONS to the following players for selection to the next phase of ODP.

These players have shown to be of a character and talent to be invited to (2) winter training sessions with the other pool of ODP players in the southern part of the state. These players will be considered for the NH ODP State team.

Sophie Kummer
Luna Barrioneuvo
Aida Wheat
Jack Cryan
Ansel Barclay
Riley Hayes
Matt Synnott
Jackson Gordon
Jacob Adams
Sylvie Brustin

This is a major milestone and one you should be proud of. You have shown a great commitment over the last few months to attend ODP sessions at Kennett High School.


2018 NH ODP Centers of Excellence Fall & Winter Training Sessions

NH ODP-North has just completed the 5 fall sessions held at Kennett High School this past September and October.  10 players from Kennett High School, Molly Ockett Middle School, Bartlett Middle School and Fryeburg Academy have been selected and invited to attend (2) winter sessions at the indoor Milford, NH sports dome.  It is there where they will join in the pool of players from the southern half of New Hampshire to be considered for the NH State teams. Should they be selected from this opportunity, they will go on and play with the State teams at local and regional events and tournaments.



Training Lead By NH ODP State Coaching Staff

The COE training sessions will be lead by NH ODP State  or Regional Staff Coaches, who are some of the top high school and college coaches in the state. The staff have a variety of playing, coaching and educational backgrounds, but all are excellent teachers of the game.


NH ODP Information

Players and families can find more information about NH ODP at Simply click on the ODP logo to access the program’s web page.

Contact Patty Hamilton ( for further information.