The Annual General Meeting of the membership of NYSWYSA will be held in Rochester, NY at the Marriott Rochester Airport on November 13, 2010. Registration will begin at 3:00 PM; the meeting convenes at 4:15 PM. The meeting agenda, annual reports, and proxy form can be found by clicking here. Purchase your awards dinner tickets on-line by clicking here.
The Annual General Meeting of the membership of NYSWYSA will be held in Rochester, NY at the Marriott Rochester Airport on November 13,2010. Registration will begin at 3:00 PM; the meeting convenes at 4:15 PM.
That same weekend NYSW again is hosting a free coach’s clinic with sessions on Friday and Saturday at the Doug Miller Sports Dome featuring Bob Gansler. Gansler was Head Coach of the United States National Team from 1989 – 1991 and guided our country to the 1990 World Cup, the first appearance in 40 years. Coach Gansler was also a fixture as a player with the United States National Team in the 1960’s. He captained the Americans at the 1964 and 1968 Olympics as well as the 1967 Pan American games. Coach Gansler’s professional coaching resume includes the Milwaukee Rampage of the USA A-League (1996-1998) the Kansas City Wizards of MLS (1999-2006) and Toronto FC (2006 and 2007). Coach Gansler won a league title with the Milwaukee Rampage in 1997, and won the MLS Cup in 2000 and the US Open Cup in 2004 both with Kansas City.
Demosphere will be holding a special session on registration - both club level registration and state level RosterPro will be covered. This will be at the Marriott from 1PM until 3PM. This is an opportunity to address your questions directly to our application experts.
There will also be a meeting for all clubs that will be hosting an outdoor tournament in 2011 to review changes in policy. This meeting will also be at the Marriott and begins at 3PM.
The Awards Dinner will begin with a cocktail hour (cash bar) at 6:00 PM and seating for dinner at 7:30 PM. Purchase your dinner tickets on-line by clicking here.
Please join us as we honor great coaches and other volunteers, our ODP regional players and Hall of Fame inductees.