Baltimore Armour announces men’s college commitments, girls coaching staff
Baltimore Armour has revealed its list of men’s college commitments for the class of 2020. In addition, the club has announced its coaching staff for the inaugural Girls Academy League season.
Ten Armour players who have represented the club’s U.S. Soccer Boys Development Academy program will be moving on to the NCAA Division I level, and one player will play in Division III in Fall 2020.
On the boys side, Armour will be joining the new MLS Academy League in the 2020-2021 season, following the closure of the U.S. Soccer DA. Moving forward, Armour will be operated exclusively by the Soccer Association of Columbia (SAC), as former partner club Pipeline SC joins the ECNL on both the boys and girls sides.
Baltimore Armour will be competing in the newly-launched Girls Academy League as a member of the Mid-Atlantic Conference, starting this fall. The club will be led by Girls Academy Director Adam Wrede and Academy Technical Director John Ellinger.
See below for a look at the full coaching staff for the 2020-2021 season:
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