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Awards Gala 2/25/2011

 
 
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US Youth Soccer Awards Gala
February 25, 2011   Louisville, KY
  
     US Youth Soccer Region II was very excited to have a strong showing at the 2011 US Youth Soccer Awards Gala in Louisville, KY. The selection process starts at the state level as nominations are accepted by the state offices. One winner is selected from each state. The state level winners are then sent to the Regional Selection Committee where a Regional winner is determined. Those Regional winners are put before the US Youth Soccer Board of Directors and a National winners are determined. Region II was excited to have a full compliment of very qualified and talented individuals.

Region II would like to thank all of the Regional winners for the commitment and sacrifice they have made for our sport.



At the Awards Gala the winners were announced to those in attendance at the gala and via the US Youth Soccer website with live streaming video.

Region II National award winners are:



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Monica Orjuela and Robert Freemon
Young Referees of the Year
Pictured with Region II Director Bill Podewils and Referee Admin. Jonathan Meersman


 

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Robert Freemon
Male Young Referee of the Year
with Kansas State Youth Soccer President Jose Zarate

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Charles Gauder
Volunteer of the Year
with Region II Director Bill Podewils

 
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James Martella
Administrator of the Year
with Region II Director Bill Podewils

 
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Sarah McNulty
Girls Competitive Coach of the Year
Pictured with RII Director Bill Podewils and North Dakota State President Tom Marcis

 


Our Regional Winners in each category are:

Young Refere of the Year    
  Male Robert Freemon, Kansas
  Female Monica Orjuela, Illinois
TOPSoccer Buddy of the Year    
  Jeff Mueller Minnesota
Volunteer of the Year    
  Charles Gauder Ohio South
Administrator of the Year    
  James Martella Ohio South
Recreational Coach of the Year    
  Boys Michael Hayes, Kentucky
  Girls Scott Simpson, Ohio North
Competitive Coach of the Year    
  Boys Marc McElligott, Illinois
  Girls Sarah McNulty, North Dakota