HERNANDO SOCCER CLUB
Dear Community Members,
I am putting this memo out to highlight some of the incredible changes coming next season to Hernando Soccer Club. I want to inform everyone that Hernando S.C. Club is not going anywhere! This club helped build the facilities at Anderson Snow Park dating back to May 14, 1987 and will remain a staple in our community. As the new President of the board, I have promised to recruit the best possible coaches to our club so that kids have a choice to stay and develop the skills and love of the game right here where they live. We have beautifully maintained fields and a great relationship with Jeff Rogers along with our county commissioners. The plan is to expand Anderson Snow park in the near future with 2 more soccer fields, baseball fields, concession, dog park and huge splash pad.
I am excited to announce our new USSF "A" license DOC and competitive coach Fredi Moore started May 9th. Please see his full resume under coaches on our website. I am also excited to announce the addition of our full time, club wide, USSF "A" licensed competitive trainer Steven Wolf to the club. Together, these 2 coaches have over 50 years of experience! They also have incredible reputation in the soccer community.
We, of course, have our incredible Coach of the Year, Phil Bennett, coming back to coach 2 teams in Competitive. If you mention Phil's name anywhere in the soccer community it is nothing but respect! He is from England, and one the highest rated coaches in our region. Not to mention his incredible loyalty with Hernando Heat over the years!
Furthermore, Hernando S.C., along with the new DOC, will be bringing soccer camps over this summer, as well as bringing Coerver back to our club for Competitive Players and our U6-U8 Recreational Players. This will provide our players opportunities to continue to develop and enhance their skills.
Dr. Brian Dahmer
Fredi Moore a coach that has many years of successful coaching experience at the College (5 years), Youth (21 years), and Olympic Development levels (ODP 2nd season). I most recently was on staff with the MLS Next program at Tampa Bay United working and developing some the best players in the state of Florida.
When asked why he choose to come to Hernando Soccer Club, this was his response, "TBU was a great place to work and I am going to miss those guys. Now my focus is on building Hernando Soccer Club. I want to give this community and its players something to be proud of. My goal is to develop good people first and soccer players second. We want to build our culture around good values, something that unfortunately is disappearing from the game. We have so many exciting things planned.... stay tuned".