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Apr, 2021

Pride Announces 2 New Coaching Directors

Pride Soccer Club is delighted to announce the hiring of two new Coaching Directors to compliment our existing staff.

Janine Inscoe will take over the role of Junior Academy Girls Director (U9-U10) on May 1. Janine has been coaching at Pride for the last year, coaching the Predator 2010 Girls team upon her return to Colorado.

Janine brings a wealth of coaching experience to the role.  Prior to the Predator 10 team winning the CSA Champions League Premier 1 division last fall, Janine coached in various capacities in Colorado and Northern Virginia in age groups ranging from U6-16 as well as at the ODP level.  She played at UCLA under the guidance of Joy Fawcett and Jill Ellis, starting for 2 years prior to injuries curtailing her career.  She won a National Championship with the Colorado Rush at U20 level in addition to various State and ODP honors.  Janine holds the USSF C-License certificate.

Marcus Reynolds joins the club as an Assistant Director Of Coaching.  Marcus will assist in all aspects of Pride’s soccer operations.  He brings great perspective to the role having played for Pride as well as representing the program as a coach in the Competitive program.  Before returning to Pride in a coaching capacity, Marcus coached competitively at Rush Pikes Peak and with clubs and schools in Miami, FL.  He was Varsity Boys Assistant Coach at Liberty High School and has worked with both boys and girls at many different age groups.  
As a player, Marcus was a member of the Predator 85/86 team before playing collegiate soccer at both UCCS and Barry University, FL.  Marcus subsequently played in the PDL for FC Miami City, winning a championship in 2015 before returning to Colorado to play for Colorado Springs FC in the UPSL.  Marcus holds the USSF D License and is currently working towards his C License certificate.

Technical Director Jay Rayner had this to say:  “I’m delighted to add both Janine and Marcus to the staff.  Both will bring expertise and their own diverse experiences to their roles which will benefit our soccer community.  They bring personality, drive, organization and diligence to the club.  More than that, they bring passion for the game and a shared enthusiasm to develop our young players.”

For a list of full-time staff at Pride, go to www.pridesoccer.com and click on the ‘Club Information’ tab.