Seton Catholic Central announced today that it has hired Scott Craig as its new Girls Varsity Soccer Coach.Â Scottâ€™s professional and athletic careers are rooted in the game. He played soccer for SUNY Oneonta.Â Upon graduation in 2002 he was recruited by Binghamton University to be assistant coach for the Menâ€™s Soccer Team.
Scott serves as the Assistant Technical Director for the New York State West Youth Soccer Association.Â In that position he coaches and mentors over 70,000 youth soccer players and 5,000 coaches in the NYSWSA footprint.
He also works as a Business Consultant for Soccer Insight International, LLC and is the founder and President of Pro Soccer Clinics, Inc.
â€śScott possesses a diverse skill set of coaching, teaching and mentoring players making him an exceptional candidate for Setonâ€™s coaching position,â€ť said Chris Sinicki, Seton Catholic Centralâ€™s Athletic Director.
â€śScott has demonstrated a commitment to developing the whole person physically, socially and spiritually which is the cornerstone of Setonâ€™s athletic program,â€ť said Richard Bucci, President of the Catholic Schools of Broome County.
Seton Principal Matt Martinkovic concluded; â€śSeton Catholic Centralâ€™s Girls Varsity Soccer program has a rich tradition of excellence, accomplishment and sportsmanship.Â Scott will build on this impressive record.â€ť
Scott Craig replaces Kelly Vavalle who retired after 10 years in the head coaching position.
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