On Sept. 6, the Newberry College men’s soccer team once again continued its partnership with the County of Newberry Recreation Department as the annual kick-off clinic was held at the local YMCA .
This kick-off ushered in the eighth year of partnership between the two organizations bringing new and old faces together again.
Coach Barry Slagle along with his current Newberry College players held a clinic for all of the coaches and players of the Newberry County recreational soccer program.
Slagle helped to educate the all coaches on ways to help develop their youth players while current Wolves players ran a hands on clinic with all of the youth players in attendance.
Slagle and the Newberry men’s soccer team are very eager to not only be involved with the Newberry County Recreation Department but to be involved with the whole Newberry community this year.
“The Newberry College men’s soccer program is excited to continue its relationship with the Newberry Country Recreation Department. We are looking forward to a great year on the field and in the community,”said Slagle
Newberry College is very excited to get the local community out in support for all their home games this fall.
They will be hosting county recreation-YMCA Days for their home contests, which will encourage all county recreation/YMCA participants and the Newberry community to come out and support the Wolves in another thrilling season of Newberry College men’s soccer.
They are also very excited to announce a Free Players’ Clinic that will be held on the Newberry soccer field this fall. Details will follow on county recreation /YMCA days and players’ clinics throughout the fall.
Newberry College and the Newberry County Recreation Program are very excited to get the college and community working together once again and look forward to your support for your local community and your college.