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Bio: Steve Prince

sprince@usyouthsoccer.org

Steve is pretty much awesome (no bias). He can do a rubik's cube in under two minutes, which he says is the real reason why he was hired for his current position. He is a graduate of BYU (Go Cougars) and grew up in Northern Virginia just south of Washington D.C. Is an alumni of Virginia Youth Soccer Association and raised a fan of D.C. United. Steve now splits loyalties with Real Salt Lake after living for 5+ years in Utah.
 
Steve has been dubbed a social media "guru" by his boss, although Steve primarily just works on the US Youth Soccer Facebook accounts. If you don't already 'LIKE' them you should. (www.facebook.com/usyouthsoccer and www.facebook.com/USYouthSoccerNationalChampionshipSeries)
 
Steve loves communicating but has a secret passion for coaching. He has volunteered to coach recreational soccer teams in many of the areas he has lived.
 

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