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From the Advocacy Council…

We are black, white, brown, red and yellow. We are men and women. We coach athletes who are straight and LGBT; who believe in a greater power, and are non-believers; who are at every stage of physical and emotional development. We coach youth, high school, club and...

Spring Awards Update as of April 16

The below letter is a Spring Awards Update from Awards Committee Chair John Mayer as of April 16, 2020. There are six states that play in the winter. Five of the six were able to finish their season. In Texas, the private schools were able to finish up their...

Making the Most of Zoom

Molly Grisham, a member of the Women Coaches Advocacy Group, recently put out a fantastic YouTube video on how to make the most of Zoom. For this month’s Coaches Corner blog, we reached out to her to learn more. First, a little bit about her background… Molly has 20...

Supporting our community in our shared new normal

For most of us it has been a couple of weeks since all our traditional soccer activity has ceased. It is a very short time, but also one that really heightens a sense of “community lost.” As we navigate this new normal, players, parents, coaches, referees and...

Scoring a “Golazo” in our Community

Co-authored by Julio Serrano (Latino Coaches Advocacy Group) and Shawn Danhouser (Disabilities Allies Advocacy Group) In some of our Latino communities there is a shame and stigma involving special needs children, and some families are hesitant to ask for help. For...