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2016 Chapter and Sportsmanship Awards

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!

Nabil Al-Saidi Named 2014 NISOA Region II Referee of the Year

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Nabil Al-Saidi

Nabil Al-Saidi was recognized at the NISOA Annual Awards dinner on July 18, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas as the 2014 NISOA Region II Referee of the Year. Each year, NISOA selects a member from each region for this prestigious award. The last chapter member to be so recognized was Arnold Klein. The criteria for the award includes:

  • Demonstrating professionalism on and off the field.
  • Willingness to help other officials succeed.
  • Shows a positive attitude towards NISOA programs.
  • Displays outstanding mental and physical fitness.
  • Always wears the NISOA badge with pride.

Nabil is one of the chapter’s NISOA National Referees and continues to represent our chapter in an exemplary manner. He will receive the award at our mandatory annual rules interpretation meeting on August 29, 2015.

Former NY Metro ISOA Chapter President, Robert Fischer Inducted Into NISOA Hall of Fame

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Bob Fischer

Former NY Metro ISOA chapter president, Robert Fischer was inducted into the NISOA Hall of Fame at the Annual Awards dinner in San Antonio, Texas on July 18, 2015.

Bob’s soccer accomplishments are memorialized on the NISOA Hall of Fame web page including multiple national championship games. Bob has been a member of the NISOA Executive Board and Executive Council for many years. He has helped shape NISOA policy as well as provide leadership for Region V. Congratulations to Bob on his well earned recognition and exemplary service to NISOA and intercollegiate soccer.