LETU Women's Soccer Camps provide players and teams with a competitive and educational experience. Our goal is to teach the game by building a solid foundation for players at all levels.   


Those attending LETU Women's Soccer Camps will work with our experienced coaching staff. Sessions will be a balance of instruction, skills and game experience. Athletes will learn the latest methods in training & technique.  Each camper will be given a camp t-shirt.  

All of our camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, and/or grade level)


Come to LeTourneau University to receive top-quality skills and tactical instruction from LeTourneau coach John Antonisse! 


LETU Girls Elite Soccer Camp


High School and Club Players welcome!


Ages 13-19


July 12-14, 2019 --- $300.00 Res / $240.00 Commuter            


July 12 check-in 1pm—July 14 check-out 11am


DESCRIPTION: Campers will be run through college level drills designed to develop skills, vision and competency.  All drills are specifically geared to prepare each camper for competition at the highest level.  Drills will include individual offensive and defensive breakdowns.



LETU Girls Soccer Day Camp


Youth and club players welcome!


Ages 6-12


June 3-6, 2018 --- $95.00


June 3 check-in 8:30am


DESCRIPTION: Campers will learn the basic soccer techniques and skills that focus on the fundamentals of play.






Currently Zero Open Camps

2019 Women's Soccer Coaching Staff

John Antonisse

John Antonisse
Head Coach

Phone: 903.233.3726
Email: johnantonisse@letu.edu

John Antoninsse is set to begin his third season as the head women’s soccer coach at LeTourneau University.

Last fall, in 2016, Antonisse and the YellowJackets advanced to the American Southwest Conference Tournament for the third time in program history. It was the first appearance by LeTourneau since back to back appearances in 2005 and in 2006. For their efforts, six players were named All-American Southwest Conference (ASC) to match the most in program history. Antonisse helped organize an offensive attack that scored 24 goals - the most by a LETU team since a 27-goal season in 2009. One of the top offensive threats, freshman Keely Hayden became the first player since Erica Sudeck in 2006 with multiple hat tricks in a season. 

In 2015, in his first season, he helped guide LETU to its most wins since 2009. Seven players were named to the ASC All-Academic Team. For the second-straight year, Stephanie Vana was named third team all-region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and first team all-American Southwest Conference. Vana was also a repeat first team all-ASC honoree en route to being named the LETU Female Athlete of the Year. Freshman Carrye Funk was named the ASC Freshman Defensive Player of the Year and Third Team all-American Southwest Conference. 

In addition to his coaching duties, Antonisse serves as the Director of Compliance, where he works with athletic director, Terri Deike on the implementation and monitoring of the policies of rules and regulations within the American Southwest Conference and NCAA Division III. He attended the NCAA Regional Rules Seminar in Indianapolis in June 2015 and in Dallas in June 2016.

He also works with the FC Dallas East Texas Soccer Club after working previously with the Dallas Texans Soccer Club.

Antonisse came to LeTourneau after spending 17 years as the head coach at fellow American Southwest Conference member – University of Texas at Dallas. With a career mark of 208-94-34, he guided the comets to nine ASC championship games including titles in 2002 and 2004. In 2002, he led UTD to the NCAA Regional Finals and in 2011, a spot in the NCAA National Tournament. For his efforts, Antonisse earned recognition as conference coach of the year honors on three occasions.
In addition, he has had numerous student-athletes receive academic citations on the conference and national level and his teams posted on multiple occasions the highest GPA within the university at UTD.
Antonisse has also shared his soccer knowledge in the community, earning the UTD Outstanding Service Award in 2003 and the Dallas Texans Youth soccer team. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Tulsa and his master’s degree from Amberton University. In addition, he holds a United States Soccer Federation “A” coaching license and a National Soccer Coaches Association of America, Premiere coaching diploma.