“Mac’s National Soccer School helped lay the foundation and begin building the skills necessary for me to excel collegiately and at the professional level.”
--Dominic Cervi, Former US National Team Goalkeeper & Celtic FC Goalkeeper
8 Conference Championship appearances and
Welcome to Mac's National Soccer School
Mac's National Soccer School is founded upon the experience and vision of Tom McIntosh. Coach McIntosh was the 2007 & 2008 C-USA Coach of the Year and lead The University of Tulsa to the C-USA Regular Season and Conference Tournament Championships in 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2012. TU is also a perennial Top 25 team and has NCAA tournament play which includes making it to the Final 8 in 2009 for the second time in 5 years. In addition, Coach McIntosh is the winningest coach in school history. Tom continues toward his goal of building the best youth soccer school in the country by customizing each session to the age and ability level of the individual player. The MNSS motto, "It's all about the player,” ensures that at each Mac's National Soccer School session, our number one priority is the development of each and every player.
2014 Monte Cassino Camps
2015 Season - Registration to open late Fall!
Many of our camps sold out early last year, so look for registration for summer 2015 camps to open this fall. Early bird discounts will be available again for next seasons summer camps!
Mac’s National Soccer School is an independent commercial enterprise from The University of Tulsa and camps are open to any and all entrants, only restricted by number, age, and gender.
A Word from Coach:
“At Mac’s National Soccer School, we believe in providing the right instruction at the right time in a players development, from the players very first kick to players that have played in youth national teams and to players entering collegiate soccer. We have been instrumental in the development of some of the best players in college soccer and current professionals and we will treat each of our participants with the same care and positive instruction.”