April 17, 2013
HOUSTON - The University of Houston soccer team teamed up with the Texas Heatwave youth recreational soccer program to offer a free soccer clinic to the program's players and coaches last Friday at Lindsay Lyons Fields in Atascocita.
Along with Head Coach Chris Pfau and his coaching staff, current players Danielle Munoz and Kylie Cook, who once played within the Texas Heatwave program, spent time going over basic fundamentals and emphasized having fun while still learning the game to more than 100 youth players.
Once the clinic concluded, Pfau and the staff conducted a coaching clinic for parents and coaches who volunteer their time to teach the game to players of the Texas Heatwave program. The clinic went over the basic fundamentals of teaching the game and how to deal with everyday aspects of keeping kids motivated and engaged in the sport of soccer.
Houston Soccer would like to give a special thanks to the Texas Heatwave and its director Tanya Kliever for making this special event happen.
ABOUT TEXAS HEATWAVE
The Texas Heatwave Soccer Club strives to provide youth players with the ability to achieve the maximum technical, tactical, fitness and psychological attributes that will enable each player to grow and prosper to their utmost potential as youth players and young adults.
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