Matt Lawrey goes from the 'D' to 'A' level
CNSF aids young coach through USSF Licensing into the college ranks
I grew up in Virginia playing soccer in Charlottesville, for ODP, and eventually for the University of Mary Washington. Once in college, I balanced my team between playing, classes, and coaching a U9 boys team for the local club. Something that started as a part time job in order to have enough money to eat at Chipotle or Five Guys once a week, turned into a full time career once I graduated.
Samantha Snow Takes Charge of Georgia Southwestern Women's Soccer
CNSF alumnus continues her college coaching career at a higher level
AMERICUS - The Georgia Southwestern Athletic Department has named Samantha Snow head women’s soccer coach. Snow comes to GSW from Bluefield College in Virginia. She replaces Tony Economopoulos who left the program in the spring to become head coach at Division I Mercer University.
Yuki Kariya joins the list of CNSF 'A' License coaches
Already an assistant coach in college, Yuki moves up in the Federation
I am originally from Japan and grew up in Columbus, Ga. I am currently an assistant coach at Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, TN.
I started my formal coaching education when I was18 and received the USSF A license at 23.
Bryan Mancill reaches the "A" level.
Another CNSF Alumnus reaches the top
My name is Bryan Mancill and I have been involved with the Chris Nedelcovych Soccer Foundation since 1998 as a scholarship recipient. I cannot begin to tell you the impact that the Foundation has had on me as a coach and as a person. I need to begin this by saying thank you to the Nedelcovych family and to Mr. Larry Paul without them this would not be possible.
Greg Hennelly Goes For The USSF A
Another CNSF Alumnus strives for the top
My name is Greg Hennelly and I grew up in Akron, Ohio and have always been involved with soccer since I was a youngster. I grew up playing club soccer and eventually earned the honor of being named an All-American as a player.
CNSF Alumnus Graduates to FIFA
Vanessa Martínez Lagunas lobbies for Grassroots Soccer
Vanessa dropped us a short message about her busy year.
I have been invited by Ralf Peter (who was my instructor during the German A-Coaching License in December 2008 and current Head Coach of the U16/U17 German Women’s Soccer National Teams) to help out as assistant coach during some training camps.