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Cummings' contract extended through 2015
November 5th, 2012 9:37PM

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[NSCAA] CEO Joe Cummings has had his contract with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) extended through 2015. Cummings has been CEO of the 30,000-member NSCAA since 2009.

“The NSCAA is continuing to grow and evolve, and that is due to his leadership," said NSCAA President Ralph Polson.

Cummings has helped rebrand the NSCAA, develop a more comprehensive web site, create and appoint new national office positions and revamp the NSCAA’s popular coaching education offerings.

Cummings has spent 30-plus years in soccer as a high school and college coach and working at the professional level with two stints with both MLS's New England Revolution and Boston Breakers (WUSA and WPS).

He was the director of operations for the Birmingham venue of the 1996 Olympic Games soccer tournament and the 1999 Women’s World Cup, and also served as venue manager for the Boston and Philadelphia sites for the 2003 Women’s World Cup.



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