Having observed what is wrong in our local soccer environment, we at Coach Ken Soccer have gone ahead to create an alternative program that puts the welfare of the kids and families first. Our goal is to provide easily accessible and reasonably-priced professionally-coached classes, camps, and a Rec League for all kids at their local school or park.
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Coach Ken Soccer Academy is the perfect introduction to the beautiful game. Ken's passion for the game AND the kids shows through at every session. He wants to see the kids succeed, not just in soccer, but off the field as well. The atmosphere is laid back, low pressure, FUN and social for parents.
212-854-2844. Kenneth Pollard is entering his 10th season as part of the Columbia men's soccer coaching staff in 2021. Pollard joined the Columbia men's soccer program in March 2012 as an Assistant Coach before being promoted to Associate Head Coach prior to the 2018 season.
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Following a storied career at the NAIA level, Ken Nuber has made a seamless transition to NCAA Division I coaching, beginning his fifth season as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Notre Dame. Nuber came to South Bend in 2008 after 13 highly-successful seasons as the head women [apos]s soccer coach at the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Soccer (M) Ken Hassler. Head Coach Alma Mater: Plymouth State '85 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Phone: (704) 637-4348. Ken Hassler became the head men’s soccer coach at Catawba College prior to the 2013 season.
Ken Worden (2 February 1943 – 20 September 2021) was an English-born football coach and a player. Worden was born on 2 February 1943, in Preston, Lancashire, England.
978-371-6560. Ken graduated from Stoughton High School after earning multiple All-League and All-Scholastic awards as a varsity soccer, basketball and track athlete, and then went on to play soccer and run indoor and outdoor track at Brandeis University, while earning a degree in History. He then went on to earn a Masters degree in History at Northeastern University while working as a processing archivist in the university library and serving as an assistant coach for the Div.
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