Wintz to Be Formally Honored at NJYS Awards Dinner on Friday
New Jersey Youth Soccer will be hosting its 30th Annual Awards Dinner this Friday, February 2nd, where it will honor many players, coaches and members of the soccer community. One of those honorees will be Liam Wintz, who has been selected as the 2017 NJYS TOPSoccer Volunteer of the Year.
Wintz has been a dedicated volunteer for the TOPSoccer program at West Morris Soccer Club since 2012, where he manages and recruits volunteers. He is continually praised for having a tremendous amount of enthusiasm and energy when working with the TOPSoccer Buddies and overseeing their events. Additionally, he extends his passion for TOPSoccer to everyone who is involved, priding himself on getting to know each individual player in the program.
Wintz notes that his involvement with TOPSoccer has enhanced his natural patience and kindness while deepening his awareness of the challenges that others face daily. His encouragement for players to use their abilities has also extended to the basketball court, where he created a winter program through “Buddy Hoops” with Mendham Patriot Basketball. Parents of the program describe Wintz as engaging, patient and dependable while characterizing him as an inspiring role model and leader.
TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community-based training and team placement program for young players with disabilities. The NJYS TOPSoccer Volunteer of the Year Award is presented each year to an individual who best exhibits the key qualities of patience, understanding, dependability and flexibility to adjust to changing on-field situations. The recipient continually promotes player safety while teaching and creating a fun and sociable experience for all participants.
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