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Natalie Brandt presented NJYSA's 2019 TOPSoccer Volunteer of the Year Award

Morris United Soccer Club Youth Volunteer Recognized at NJ Youth Soccer Awards Dinner

The Morris United Soccer Club is proud to announce that Natalie Brandt has been awarded New Jersey Youth Soccer’s 2019 TOPSoccer Volunteer of the Year Award.

EDISON, NJ (January 31 2020) - Morris United Soccer Club youth volunteer Natalie Brandt was presented the 2019 TOPSoccer Volunteer of the Year award at New Jersey Youth Soccer Association’s 2020 Awards Dinner.  Natalie was recognized for her dedication and commitment to providing special needs children the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful game of soccer.   Natalie has been an MUSC youth volunteer for over 4 years as a TOPSoccer Buddy, Coordinator and Coach with the MUSC TOPSoccer program.

The 2019 NJYS TOPSoccer Volunteer of the Year is awarded to the individual who demonstrates extraordinary accomplishments as a soccer coach carrying out the US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer program and its events and activities by (1) demonstrating patience, understanding, dependability, flexibility, and ability to adjust to changing on-field situation; (2) being an invaluable volunteer who facilitates the Program by filling many roles, including being a coach, a cheerleader, a role model, and assisting when needed with administrative responsibilities; (3) provided support, engaged players one-on-one, and modeled desired behavior in group play or off to the side of group play; and (4) remains cognizant of player safety while assisting, guiding, directing, teaching the game of soccer and its skills, and creating a fun and learning experience

The Morris United Soccer Club (MUSC) is a private, volunteer based, non-profit organization in Morristown, New Jersey, dedicated to providing soccer programs for children of all abilities.  The MUSC TOPSoccer program is a soccer training program for young athletes with disabilities. The program is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl who has a mental or physical disability. The program provides these athletes with an avenue to build their physical fitness, technical skills, courage, and self-esteem, through the joy and excitement of playing soccer.