Blazers Soccer Camps Staff

Josue Sabillon, Camp Director - Head Coach

Josue Sabillon is in his ninth season as the Women's Soccer Head Coach at Belhaven.

During his time with the Blazers, Sabillon has accumulated 49 wins, three shy of the school record of 52 by David Dixon. Sabillon has coached one All-American and 14 All-Conference athletes over his eight seasons, as well as four nationally recognized scholar athletes. He directs soccer camps throughout the year as well as ID camps for prospective female recruits.

Sabillon has coaching experience at the collegiate, high school and club levels, and came to Belhaven from Grace Community High School in Tyler, Texas.

While serving as an assistant coach at Tyler Junior College, Sabillon posted a record of 54-10-5; the team was consistently ranked in the top 10 nationally, and also won the Region XXIII Championship in 2003.

Prior to Tyler Junior College, Sabillon served as an assistant coach at Meridian Community College in Meridian, Mississippi, where he played his first two years of collegiate soccer. The team's 2001 season culminated with a berth at the NJCAA National Tournament, an 18-3 record, and a No. 4 national ranking. Sabillon is a Two-Time All-American at Meridian Community College, as well as a 2012 NJCAA Hall Of Fame Inductee.

Sabillon transferred to Marshall University and graduated in 2001 with a degree in Business Administration. He also holds an USSF "A" license and an NSCAA Premier Diploma.

Josue Sabillon, a Honduran native, is accompanied by his wife Andrea, and their two daughters, Isabela, 11, and Cecilia, 9. 

Hillary Fowler, Assistant Coach

Hilary Fowler is entering her second season as an Assistant with the Belhaven Women's Soccer program. Fowler comes to Belhaven after wrapping up her career at Mississippi College.

At MC, Fowler recieved American Southwest Conference Academic Honors, was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Kinesiology Student Association and earned her USSF E Soccer License.

During her four years as a Choctaw, Fowler played in 49 matches as a defender. In her last season, Fowler played in 20 games, recording 4 goals on a total of 7 shots.

In addition to playing soccer for Mississippi College, Fowler also served as a Career Athletes intern where she worked with students, alumni and coaches to proote the benefits of using Career Athletics to connect with potential employers. Her role was to provide user guidance for the athetes on campus and assist in creating a connection between them and Career Athletes.

Fowler is a 2013 graduate of Mississippi College, earning a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.

Brianna Blackwell, Goalkeeper Coach

Brianna Blackwell is entering her first season as a Graduate Assistant for Belhaven’s Women’s Soccer Program.

A native of Pearl, Miss., Blackwell graduated from Mississippi College in May 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work.

Blackwell played three seasons as a goalkeeper for the Mississippi College women’s soccer team, compiling a 15-6 career record in goal. Blackwell helped lead the Choctaws to a 13-6-1 mark in 2013, making 17 starts while posting a 1.66 goals against average.

During her time at Mississippi College, Blackwell was a member of the Student Government Association Executive Council, acting as the chief justice and leader of the Student Hearing Board.

Blackwell is a certified NCAA Goalkeeper Coach and has coaching experience at the Pearl Youth Soccer League, the Pearl High School soccer camp and youth camps in California and Canada.

Blackwell is pursuing a Master of Business Administration at Belhaven.