Wake Forest Participating in NSCAA Open Training Week
April 5, 2017

Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeMSoccer)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The Wake Forest men's soccer program is taking part in NSCAA Open Training Week. Coaches of all levels are invited to attend Wake Forest's open session on Thursday, April 6, at the Water Tower turf fields from 8:00-9:15 a.m.

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America is launching the first-ever NSCAA Open Training Week in cities across the country this week. Nearly 200 college and professional programs will be hosting open trainings throughout the week for coaches to attend. This is a nationwide effort to allow coaches at all levels to experience a new environment, witness higher-level training and learn from one another.

"From coast to coast, we want coaches from every background to have access to training sessions that will introduce them to new ideas, new individuals, and new environments," NSCAA President Charlie Slagle said. "This free educational and networking opportunity is part of our Association's mission to provide programs and services that enhance, encourage, and contribute to the development of coaches."

Participants will have access to a training session led by the NSCAA South Region Staff of the Year, comprised of head coach Bobby Muuss and assistants Steve Armas, Dane Brenner and Mick Giordano.

Wake Forest finished as the NCAA runners-up in 2016 with a 19-3-3 overall record. The Demon Deacons are undefeated so far in the 2017 spring season.



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