Coach: Andrew Field
2008 Firestorm +
Coach Field has his National F and is currently working towards finishing his Grassrots and National D Licenses. He has been coaching for BASC since 2010 in both Assistant & Head Coach rolls.
Field has been playing soccer since he was 7 years old and has continued playing into adulthood.
2016 GCSA Spring Festival champs
2016 Indian Springs Labor Day champs
2017 MTSC Cross State Classic champs
2017 BASC 36th Annual Fall champs
2017 Turkey shootout champs
2017 Rec Select League champs (fall)
2019 Blitz Spring Classic champs
2019 MTSC Cross State Classic champs
2019 Stryker Season Finale champs
2019 Friendship Cup champs
Field's coaching philosophy is broke down into three parts. Give 100% Effort, Be Coachable, & Be a good teammate.
He lived in Europe for a few years when he was a teenager.
Coach: Joey Hinkle
BA Energy 08 +
Coach Hinkle has been coaching for more than a decade in both the compeitive and recreational arenas. He has been a coach with BASC since 2013.
In addition to BASC, Hinkle also volunteers as an usher/kids camp counselor at the Frist United Methodist Church in Broken Arrow.
Hinkle spent his youth playing recreational/club soccer in Yukon. He then went on to play for Yukon High School and Northestern State University. He has continued to play soccer throughout his adulthood.
2000: 1984 Highlanders Oklahoma State Champs\ions
2017 & 2018 League Champions - BA Energy 08
Several Tournament Championships with both boys competitive team, and current BA Energy 08 girls team.
The game of soccer is simply a training ground for life. The picture is so much bigger than a ball and field. Highs, lows, challenges, successes, hard work, teamwork, set backs, obstacles etc. are some great life lessons this beautiful game teaches. I try to sit back and enjoy all the game has to offer our younger generation as well as myself. A true blessing for sure.
Personal: I have a beautiful wife and two daughters. They are my world and mean everything to me. Soccer: The Tulsa Highlanders 84 boys team I coached won the first ever Oklahoma state championship for that club in 2000. The boys and were amazing soccer players back then but they are even better men today. I was blessed by this group.