YMCA COACH OF THE SEASON
Joe and Mary Mottino Family YMCA
Jazmyne is a huge contributor and assists with all ages for soccer at the Joe and Mary Mottino YMCA. This is Coach Jazz’s fourth year at the Mottino YMCA. “I played the game 24/7, all my life and love being around the sport,” Jazmyne said. “I love knowing that each time I’m on the field, I have the opportunity to leave a big impact on our players lives, just like my parents, family, coaches and teammates have left on me.”
Mission Valley YMCA
Toby Wells YMCA
Shaun has been involved with the YMCA’s soccer program for over three seasons. He is an amazing coach that instills positive core values with our young athletes through soccer. His patience and ability to work with a diverse community allows players the opportunity to make friends and learn new skills.
Jackie Robinson Family YMCA
Eddie has volunteered for the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA for three years and is a prominent member of the community. His passion and commitment to coaching soccer and baseball has made a huge difference for youth in San Diego.
(Asst. coach Andrew Cortez pictured)
Copley-Price Family YMCA
The 2022 summer season marks Michelle’s third season volunteering with the Copley-Price YMCA. She is a great coach that leads her practices with great passion, extensive knowledge in specific skills and drills that will advance players to the next level, while emphasizing the importance of communication, teamwork, and trust! Michelle is always full of smiles when around parents and other coaches, ensuring safety and communication throughout the season. Thank you, Michelle!
Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA
Summer 2022 was Lee’s first season coaching at the Ecke YMCA. During his short time at Ecke, he has already created a positive impact on the players he coaches. Lee is a great coach who focuses on keeping the players safe all while exemplifying the Ecke YMCA’s four core values: Caring, Responsibility, Respect and Honesty. The Ecke YMCA communbity is truly grateful for Coach Lee!
Ryan Family YMCA
Samantha became a member of the Ryan Family YMCA while she attended Point Loma Nazarene University. She recently graduated and is currently working as a nurse and decided to spend some time giving back as a volunteer coach. Samantha grew up playing and coaching soccer. She has been a role model for youth not only by teaching kids the game of soccer, but also by making sure each child feels they belong.