Meet the brightest, hardest working and most innovative administrators using the SportsEngine platform. Their behind-the-scenes work is crucial to their organizations and, of course, incredibly worthy of our recognition.
“When I broke down and reached out to him I realized how much of a rock star he is and how he can help us.”
Liz Darling, a mother of four soccer-playing fanatics ranging in age from 8 to 14, volunteered as an administrator for the fledgling north arm of the Nor’Easter Soccer Club, then immediately found herself buried in a tidal wave of paper.
When he joined Forest Hill’s board more than a year ago, Dean Bender’s initial goal was to boost the Toronto-based association’s profile in the hockey-crazed city.
Antony Penna manages his many duties associated with the 54 teams in Storm FC as deftly as a seasoned juggler tossing tennis balls. What does Penna do? What doesn’t he do?
Chris Steele, who originally hoped to land a secretary position with the Colleyville Heritage High School football team's booster club, instead has thrived as webmaster despite a 'trial by fire' initiation.
Todd Skovron is a lifelong Rhode Islander who says he is destined for a warm-weather home. In the meantime, he's leveraging technology to showcase and grow New England's AAU offerings.
McKinney Marshals Select Baseball director David Hadeler lists all 14 of the Dallas-area clubs' areas of emphasis on the Marshal’s Way page.
Businesses were lining up to support Hazel Green High School volleyball, and that was before the Trojans won a state championship in 2016.
Matt Nelson is a Utah native, but he loves his suburban Dallas community of Prosper so much he might as well be a homegrown Texan.
Keller Athletic Boosters webmaster Shannon Black ensures high school's athletic success isn't kept a secret.
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