Bend, OR- One of the many benefits of being part of the Rush family is the ability to tap into a myriad of resources. One resource is the ability to bring in many high level directors from throughout Rush. Oregon Rush brought coach Steve Quinones in from Colorado Rush to help revamp the club's goalkeeping program and in doing so create a more comprehensive system for training and educating the club's many goalkeepers. Along with the multiple goalkeeping sessions (during club Functional Training pictured above) and meetings, coach Q also gave a College Advisory Program (CAP) presentation to the entire club at Summit High School. The announcement of Rush Soccer's relationship with Playerocity created quite a bit of intrique in the membership.
"Coach Quinones has a great track record of helping Rush players reach their goal of attending post-secondary educational institutions while being able to pursue their dream of playing college soccer. I believe his trip to Oregon will be very beneficial in educating players and parents alike in the college application process," stated club Technical Director Eli Ulvi.
Oregon Rush wishes to thank Coach Q for all of his time and energy in helping to create a simplified path for our players to realize their dreams.