“It doesn’t really matter if you’re coaching girls or boys; it’s the same game,” he said. “I’m addicted to soccer, and love to watch games. The bottom line is you get out of it what you put in. I was raised with the game from the time I was a young boy able to run around and kick the ball. We called it football in Ireland.
“One of the things I feel we should pay more attention to is the JV team because that is the foundation and future of any program. My goal is to help the players along and make them better. I’m always emphasizing the positives and not dwelling on the negatives. We have a beautiful field to play on and a great athletic complex at Bishop Fenwick.”