Quigley now a part of QASC board

Record Observer - - Sports -

CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s Soc­cer Club is ex­cited to an­nounce the ad­di­tion of new board mem­ber Stacey Quigley as skills and coach de­vel­op­ment co­or­di­na­tor for the league.

Quigley has been a vol­un­teer and long time coach of QASC. She cur­rently holds a U.S. Soc­cer Class “E” li­cense.

“Hav­ing Stacey as a mem­ber of our Board will al­low us to im­prove the rec or­ga­ni­za­tion in re­gards to skills and coach­ing. Her vast ex­pe­ri­ence with soc­cer will pro­vide a great op­por­tu­nity for the kids and coaches to learn and ex­cel at the game of soc­cer,” said Steve Quincy, pres­i­dent of QASC.

Quigley pre­vi­ously held the po­si­tion of as­sis­tant coach for Ch­e­sa­peake Fut­bol Club with team Flash, which was ranked 16th statewide, and cur­rently coaches with the Bayshore Soc­cer Club U14 Girls team Beat, which stands un­de­feated. Also, Quigley coaches Reign, a coed U8 team with Bayshore.

“I am ver y ex­cited to have the op­por­tu­nity to de­velop a core cur­ricu­lum with our coaches for our younger age groups,” Quigley said.

The idea of her new role is that she will fo­cus pri­mar­ily on build­ing skill de­vel­op­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties for coaches and play­ers in an ef­fort to im­prove the over­all ex­pe­ri­ence for all in­volved.

Quigley is a grad­u­ate of Tow­son Univer­sity and is cur­rently em­ployed by Soist­man Family Den­tistry and As­so­ciates. She re­sides with her hus­band and their child in Centreville.

CON­TRIB­UTED PHO­TOS

Coach Stacey Quigley with her QASC Team dur­ing the 2015 sea­son.

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