STAR Soccer Complex – San Antonio, Texas

STAR Soccer Complex – San Antonio, Texas

Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park – Lewisville, Texas

Round Rock Multipurpose Soccer Complex – Round Rock, Texas


Tiger Sports Management is a youth sports event company that joins with local partners in staging soccer events throughout the
Southwest United States.
The Tiger team has decades of experience in coaching and senior management of elite soccer clubs and tournaments as well as the
planning and production of high quality non-sports special events.
Tiger currently has tournaments scheduled at top venues in Texas, Arizona, and California.
When it comes to youth sports tournaments – bigger isn’t always better. Tournament weekends should be spent on the field watching
games, not in your car driving between multiple fields that bear little resemblance to a tournament.
Our management team delivers unique tournaments intended to maximize the total experience for the player and family. Our events
will generally be held at a maximum of 2 venues and will be focused on bracket quality, team matchups and managing game conflicts
for coaches and clubs.



Jeff Manthey Principal

(702) 408 8118 | jeff@tigertournaments.com

Jeff Manthey has been involved in youth soccer his entire life – as a player, coach and administrator. As a coach in Las Vegas for over 16 years Manthey’s team have won over 20 premier level tournaments, a National League Championship, 13 Nevada State Cup and 2 regional titles. He took his ’97 Boys team to the National Championship Finals in 2014 and was named Nevada Youth Sports Association Coach of Year.

Between 2012 and 2017 Manthey played a key role in one of Las Vegas’ largest clubs and was on the team that grew a number of tournaments in Las Vegas from small local events to elite status. He is currently coaches with Albion SC Las Vegas and serves as the Club’s director for its Memorial Day tournament.


Terry Manley Principal

(702) 528 4812 | terry@tigertournaments.com

Terry Manley is the CEO of New West Company (newwestnv.com) – a regional development firm specializing in complex entitlement, financing and development of real estate projects in the Southwest United States. The company currently has projects in Nevada, Arizona and California.

Manley is also President and a founding member of Albion SC Las Vegas. The club has over 1,100 players and its top teams routinely compete at the highest levels winning tournaments throughout the southwest. He also serves as President of Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada and a Board Member of the BGCSN Foundation. He is a Regent Emeritus at Brophy College Prep in Phoenix and is a Board Member of the UNLV Football Foundation.


Austin Manthey Tournament Director


Austin Manthey manages all tournament operations for Tiger Sports Management. He oversees all aspects of tournament staging, onsite management and coordination with participant clubs and local operations.

After playing at the highest levels of youth soccer, Austin finished his soccer career playing for the Division 1 Rebels of UNLV where he graduated from the William F. Harrah College of Hospitality.

Alysia Vigil Operations and Finance


Alysia Vigil is a real estate project management professional with New West Company. She lends her organizational expertise to help manage the operations of Tiger Sports Management.

Alysia holds a dual BSBA in Finance and Real Estate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She sits on the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada and is involved in the UNLV Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies Mentorship Program.


Morgan Manley Marketing and Branding


Morgan Manley leads the marketing and branding effort for Tiger Sports Management. With experience in both tech and sports branding, he oversees all creative design and manages social media for the company.

Morgan comes from a background in sales as a top-performing agent for a travel and events company. He also has experience in sports-related social media management and analytics across various platforms. Morgan currently attends the Lee School of Business at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.