January 25, 2019
LMVSC Announces New Position within their Club: Director of Player Development
Vincent Vergamini in Charge of LMVSC Youth Developmental Programs
Alexandria, VA – The Lee Mount Vernon Sports Club (LMVSC) is excited to announce Vincent Vergamini as the new Director of Player Development starting February 1st, 2019. He will be responsible for training, developing, and supervising all Instructional Soccer programs and activities. His role will be vital both administratively and directly on the field to ensure that LMVSC’s Instructional Developmental Pathway programs continue to grow and develop.
Vincent had the following to say on accepting his new role with LMVSC, “I’m excited to help continue to grow one of the best youth programs around. I look forward to working with the staff to provide our youngest players with quality training in a fun environment!”
Vincent currently is in the process of completing his USSF A Soccer Coaching License, holds a USSF B Soccer Coaching License, a Director of Coaching Diploma, a Goal Keeper Level 1 Diploma and a USC Special Topic Diploma on Principles of Attack and of Defense. He brings a little over 15 years of coaching experience at the High School and Club level of competition. As a former Academy Director for another youth organization, Vincent will be a true asset to the club and to the Instructional Developmental Pathway program, specifically.
LMVSC’s Executive Director, Lula Bauer, had this to say about her excitement of adding Vincent to the club’s staff, “Having Vincent in our club since July, I am impressed with his work ethic, attention to detail, commitment to player development and to his dedication to the Club. The Club is fortunate to have Justin O’Shell, outgoing Director of Player Development, remain in the Club until Vincent transitions smoothly into his new role. It is reassuring to the Club that with the guidance from Justin, there is no doubt Vincent will not miss a beat. I am looking forward to what the future will bring for the Club.”
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