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Audrey Asbey

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Daytona Trip Reminder

Oct. 16, 2017

The Rollins College Tars (in the top 20 this season) visit the Embry Riddle Eagles in Daytona Beach for a men's soccer match at 7:00 Saturday night, October 21st. D2 men's soccer is often more physical than D1 soccer, with many amazingly intelligent players on scholarship precisely for the best education at the best smaller colleges. Rollins is known as the best private business school in the South, and Embry Riddle is renowned for producing top aeronautical engineers, pilots, and astronauts. Both schools have very intelligent, physical players who will turn on a dime for snappy decisions and bang around more than the pros do. The Tars always have a tough defense and patient passing under a crafty English head coach who played for the Tars right after Coach Miley did. Both sides will be studded with American and International standouts.

This will be a team-building outing for those who can attend, even if the turnout is partial. Details will finalize this week, as we find out availability and interest. Aiden and his family have expressed interest. We are hoping for at least several families to join them. Any player who attends will definitely benefit. We will solidify the Daytona trip by this Thursday's practice (October 19th) ⚽️

Please contact Coach Miley as we pull together our group for this great opportunity.

  

 

 

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