MEET OUR TEAM
Matt McDonough has more than 25 years of professional experience in the cheerleading industry and has had very broad and unique leadership training experience.Matt spent the first part of his career as a cheerleading instructor and instructor trainer for Varsity Brands, allowing him to impact hundreds of thousands of cheerleaders and coaches across the United States. He has spearheaded camp sales, recruitment teams, and has been a national, regional, and global conference & education presenter/ speaker.Matt conceptualized and managed the development of the athlete management & membership system for the United States All Star Cheerleading Federation, the not-for-profit organization that governs club cheerleading athletes, coaches, and its member companies. Through his work with Varsity, USASF & the International Cheer Union (ICU), he has experience with administration of local, national, multi-national, & world championship events and conferences.Over the last 12 years, Matt has been assisting in the international growth of cheer and development of the ICU, the world governing body for the sport of cheer that achieved provisional Olympic status in 2016.This relationship has provided Matt with a wide range of experiences, from assisting in the closing ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympics, to growing cheer as a business through consulting, educational program development, training coaches & athletes in more than 60 countries, event video production & content development for live venue and Olympic Channel broadcasts.Matt was honored to have been elected to the ICU World Governing Council, where he has had the pleasure of serving for the past 8 years.
Eric Praetorius has been a successful volleyball coach and program director at all three competitive levels in Florida for more than a decade. He started by transforming Tampa Elite Volleyball from a brand new club program in 2011 to a national power by the time he left in 2018, where he won both an AAU National Championship (U17, 2014) and a USA Volleyball Junior Olympic Championship (2017). More than ten of his Tampa Elite players were named to AAU National Championship All-Tournament teams during that time. He was named the USA Volleyball Florida Region Outstanding Junior Coach in 2012, the American Volleyball Coaches Assn. Coach ofWhile still coaching and running the Tampa Elite club program, he became the volleyball coach at Carrollwood Day School in Tampa (2013-17), where he finished with a 112-16 record, which included a Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) State Championship (2017), a State Championship runner-up (2014) and one other State Semifinal appearance (2015). He was named the FHSAA Class 3A Coach of the Year in 2014 and the Class 4A FHSAA Coach of the Year in 2017.From 2018-19, Eric was the men’s head volleyball coach at Webber International University in Babson Park, FL, where he led the Warriors to the most wins in a single season in their history. He also assisted with the WIU women’s beach volleyball program, which made the NAIA-D1 top-10.RADDSports is proud to have Eric as the director of volleyball at the new Wiregrass Ranch Sports Campus of Pasco County.
Ronnie Outen was a two-time Junior College All-American who transferred to and played for Division I-A West Virginia University in Morgantown.After graduating from WVU, he started his professional basketball career in Malta in 1993, where he led the league in scoring. The next year, he signed a two-year contract to play in Montepastore, Italy, and in 1996, played for the Newcastle Lions in England,and followed that by playing for the Yakima Sun kings in the Continental Basketball Assn. (CBA) before being released and finishing out the 1997 season with Champville in the country of Lebanon.Ronnie continued his career in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1998, where he won a Swedish league championship, and played the final three years of his career back in Lebanon, where he led the league in scoring one season and won a Lebanese league title with Kharaba Zouk.He retired from competitive basketball in 2002 and moved to Florida, where he spent several years as a stay-at-home dad before becoming a Realtor with Buyer Resource Realty in 2005 and with Hoffman and Hoffman Realty in Tampa.Ronnie became a substitute teacher in Hillsborough County Schools in 2006, where he began coaching in the New Tampa area, first at Liberty Middle School and then as an assistant coach at Freedom High. He then was offered a full-time position at Bartels K-8 School, where he became the head basketball coach in 2010. He continued teaching at both Barrels and then at Wharton High until 2013, when he moved to Boston to further his son’s hockey career.While in Boston, Ronnie mentored several young men in the suburb of Worcester and became a personal basketball trainer until he returned to the Tampa Bay area, when he began working at Advent Health Center Ice.Ronnie is excited to join the team at the Wiregrass Ranch Sports Campus of Pasco County as Director of Basketball and to continue to help young athletes grow as people and basketball players.
Stuart Pearson Campbell is an English-born Scottish former professional footballer and former head coach of the Tampa Bay Rowdies. Stuart assumed that role after the midseason firing of Thomas Rongen in August 2015.As a player, he played as a midfielder between 1996 and 2013 for Leicester City where he played in the English Premier League before moving on loan to Birmingham City and Grimsby Town. He signed with Grimsby on a permanent basis in 2001, and he remained with the club until joining Bristol Rovers in the summer of 2004. Campbell became club captain at Rovers and in 2012 he briefly managed the club on a caretaker basis before leaving the club at the end of the season.At international level, he won 14 caps for the Scotland under-21 team.Stuart and his family have been members of the Wesley Chapel Community for nearly a decade and he is passionate about bringing the European style of player development to the RADDSports programs.