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Charlotte!

The Charlotte Moran Memorial Fund, a 501c3 organization, has been established to honor the legacy of long-time women’s soccer advocate, Charlotte Moran, who lost her battle to pancreatic cancer in May 2009 after heroically battling the disease for nearly two years.

Charlotte had been involved in soccer for more than 20 years, beginning at the grassroots level as a team manager through roles at regional and national levels.  In addition to her leadership roles as the state level, she also served as the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program Girls Region I Administrator for a number of years as well as the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program National ODP Girls Chair.

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Sam Snow
2017 United Soccer Coaches Charlotte Moran Long-Term Service Award (Youth)

Sam Snow - Charlotte Moran Long-Term Service Award (Youth)

Sam Snow, a United Soccer Coaches member since 1978, is a former member of the United Soccer Coaches Board of Directors and current Director of Coaching for U.S. Youth Soccer, where he has worked to support the coaching community at a national level since 2003. Snow has previously participated with the association’s Ambassadors Committee and he has contributed content for a wide variety of United Soccer Coaches educational channels, including Soccer Journal, the Online Resource Library, eLearning webinars and more.

A featured presenter at numerous United Soccer Coaches Conventions, Snow holds his Premier Diploma and previously served as a U.S. Soccer National Staff instructor. His experience and expertise has directly impacted countless players, parents, coaches and administrators at the grassroots level and beyond during his 40 years of membership in United Soccer Coaches.

Congratulations Sam!

Katherine Ward
2017 Recipient of the United Soccer Coaches Charlotte Moran Scholarship

The Charlotte Moran Memorial Fund is honored to announce that Katherine Ward was presented with the United Soccer Coaches Charlotte Moran scholarship for 2017. 

Katherine is currently involved in the women's game as a graduate assistant at VCU and a head coach for a U15 girls’ team at Richmond Strikers.  She is also a co-captain of the US Deaf Women's National team, and a board member for US Deaf Soccer. Katherine has been working with the United Soccer Coaches to start an advocacy group for coaches and athletes with disabilities. Per Katherine, “These organizations have enabled me to give back to the women's game by allowing me to pursue things that will positively affect female soccer players and coaches who also have a disability.”

We are proud of Katherine’s accomplishments and wish her continued success!

2017 Recipient
Kirkwood Soccer Club and the United Soccer Coaches Charlotte Moran Endowment Fund 2017

In lieu of offering the Charlotte Moran Scholarship Award this year, Kirkwood Soccer Club will honor the memory of Charlotte Moran by donating $2500.00 to the United Soccer Coaches Charlotte Moran Endowment Fund that will be announced in January 2018 at the Annual United Soccer Coaches (formerly NSCAA) Convention in Philadelphia.   The Charlotte Moran Memorial Scholarship will be given to individuals dedicated to the growth of the women's/girls game and who are willing to give back to the game following their experience and who demonstrate the ability to excel at developing both players and programs.

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