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Sam Snow

The US Youth Soccer Technical Department expanded when Sam Snow  joined the team in 2003 as the Assistant Director of Coaching Education.  His experience and knowledge are grossed from years spent in national,  collegiate and youth education. In October 2004, Snow acquired a greater  level of responsibility when he was promoted to his current position  as Coaching Director for US Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports  organization in America.

His reputation for teaching both players and coaches in a manner that is professional, non-threatening and enjoyable is widely acknowledged and respected throughout the nation. Snow's accolades are impressively stacked, including the United States Soccer Federation "A" License and National Youth License, a Premier Diploma and National Goalkeeping Coaching License. Coaching is a second nature for him, as he has coached at the high school (Norfolk Catholic High School), collegiate (Florida Southern College, University of South Florida, Virginia Wesleyan College), state (Florida Youth Soccer Association) and regional (US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program Region III) levels.

Prior to joining the US Youth Soccer Technical Department, Snow held positions as a U.S. Soccer National Staff Instructor and as a Director of Coaching for Louisiana Soccer Association. In 1977, Snow received his bachelor's degree from Virginia Wesleyan College and his Master of Arts – Physical Education from the University of South Florida in 1979.

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