Once again, NY Metro ISOA members are being asked to select those officials and coaches who have made a difference on college and junior college soccer fields. Please download this year’s awards ballot. Please take five minutes from your busy day to make your selections and send to Randy Vogt.
The winners in each category will be honored by our chapter at our dinner on Monday night, November 14 at the Sterling. Thank you!
Congratulations to NY Metro ISOA Executive Board member, Klaus Mueller on his appointment as State Referee Administrator for Eastern New York. Klaus has served both the chapter and Eastern New York as the Director of Assessment and has been recognized for his work with this prestigious appointment. Congratulations to Klaus. We know he will serve Eastern New York with integrity and dedication.
The chapter has scheduled a third NISOA fitness test on August 22, 2016. Details are here.
Yesterday, NISOA sent an email to the membership about the availability of the NCAA Soccer Rules Test on the NISOA Arbiter Central Hub. Here are some important points about the email: Read the rest of this article »
The following is an excerpt from several emails sent to the chapter membership regarding chapter fitness tests: Read the rest of this article »
The 2016 NY Metro ISOA meeting schedule is now available. Get the dates, times and locations for the NISOA fitness test, the annual mandatory rules clinic, awards dinner and business meetings. Read the rest of this article »
Over the past several years, our chapter meetings have been held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in New Hyde Park, NY. As we were attempting to schedule the business meetings for 2016, the management at the facility told us that the building was either sold or is in the process of being sold. Thanks to the efforts of Brian Dunn and Joe Danbusky, we will hold our chapter business meetings at the Clinton G. Martin Community Center in Manhasset Hills, NY. The GPS address for the Center is 1601 Marcus Ave., Manhasset Hills, NY 11040. The Center is less than a mile northwest of the Knights of Columbus building. We are still working with the administrators at New York Institute of Technology to finalize the schedule and host our 2016 annual rules interpretation clinic and fitness tests. Updates will be posted and announced when confirmed.
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