21 Young Coaches Selected After An International Search
After a four month search across two continents, 21 young coaches have been selected to attend the third annual CNSF/MSYSA Dutch International Weeks Residential Camp at the St. James School in Hagerstown Maryland.
After a four month search across two continents, 21 young coaches have been selected to attend the third annual CNSF/MSYSA Dutch International Weeks Residential Camp at the St. James School in Hagerstown Maryland. These coaches will receive a full scholarship from the CNSF and round trip air fare for those traveling from outside of the area.
Nelson Abreu, Silver Spring, Maryland
Shawn Atwater, Davenport, Iowa
Gail Browning, Green Forest, Arkansas
William Carmona, Green Forest, Arkansas
Peter Clark, Manassas, Virginia
Sergio Gil, Berryville, Arkansas
Aaron Gonzales, Chesapeake, Virginia
Adnan Lolic, Mountain Home, Arkansas
Mackenzie Mosher, Wallkill, New York
Sandra Lagana, Sykesville, Maryland
Lindsey Navarro, Houma, Louisiana
Brooke Nedelcovych, Great Falls, Virginia
Juan Pineda, Green Forest, Arkansas
Ti Katrina Po, Edmonds, Washington
Jose Ramirez, Berryville, Arkansas
Brandon Rocke, Garden Grove California
Pamela Sud, Reston, Virginia
Jose Teracena, Green Forest, Arkansas
Loren Villanueva, Berryville Arkansas
This years David Miller Memorial African Scholarship is:
Mohamed Diara, Segou, Mali
The camp curriculum will focus on teaching with small sided games and be conducted by the KNVB's licensed coach Gert Veldwijk, CNSF Program Director Larry Paul and other members of the MSYSA's State Staff. Gert was the original CNSF/MSYSA lead coach in 2002 and is enthusiastic about returning to this unique learning opportunity.
The coaches will earn the Maryland State Youth Soccer Association's "E" Coahing license.