2013 US Youth Soccer Volunteer of the Year announced
Steve Wierzchowski of Oklahoma honored at Awards Gala
PHILADELPHIA (Jan. 17, 2014) — Steve Wierzchowski of Broken Arrow, Okla., was honored as the 2013 US Youth Soccer Volunteer of the Year award recipient Friday night at the US Youth Soccer Awards Gala, held in conjunction with the 2014 US Youth Soccer Workshop at the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia.
Hilary Kennedy, host of The US Youth Soccer Show, set the stage for the night as the master of ceremonies for the more than 1,000 in attendance. Boys and Girls Recreation and Competitive Coaches of the Year, Administrator of the Year, Young Referee of the Year, Goal and Save of the Year, TOPSoccer Buddy of the Year, the Dr. Thomas Fleck Award, and the US Youth Soccer Hall of Fame inductees were honored, as well.
Steve Wierzchowski implemented technology to create a more efficient and effective registration process for the Broken Arrow Soccer Club. In addition to his registrar role, Steve is always quick to volunteer for any responsibilities within the club and acts as a positive figure at all times. He will now guide the club as president and continue to be a role model and trustworthy leader for the members of Broken Arrow SC.
The recipient of the Volunteer of the Year award is selected by the US Youth Soccer Board of Directors. The Volunteer of the Year award honors those who are excellent role models for their community. Willingness to promote players and soccer, sound moral and ethical character and increasing the opportunities to participate in soccer are all characteristics of nominees for the Volunteer of the Year award.
For bios on each of the regional award winners, click here.
For more information about the US Youth Soccer Awards Gala and award winners, go to USYouthSoccer.org/workshop/galaawards.