Justin Elkington Joins TSC Hurricane Staff

TSC Hurricane is pleased to announce that Justin Elkington has joined the staff and will coach TSC Hurricane 00 Boys-Elkington.  

Justin will also be conducting training sessions with TSC Hurricane teams focusing on the younger ages.  The club plans to get as many young teams and coaches exposed to Justin as possible as he will have a tremendous impact on player development.  

Justin is currently Assistant Coach for the OSU Cowgirls where, in his short time there, has been instrumental in helping build the program to a national powerhouse.  Justin also served as the DOC for Hurricane Futball Club for many years where he took the club to national prominence.

"Justin is a tremendous addition to our coaching staff," said DOC Mark McIntosh. "He has been successful wherever he’s been and established himself as a top coach in our region.  He’s received the highest level of coaching licenses available in the United States. His dedication to continuing his coaching education has made him one of the most qualified coaches around, and we are fortunate to have him on our staff... His knowledge and ability to teach the game of soccer will help us improve our player development programs.  His impact on players and coaches will be huge."

The club also announced several more additions to the coaching staff for the upcoming seasonal year.  Among them are:  Ken Richardson (National C License), O’Neil Bent (National C License), Mark Shannon (National Y License), Jerry Lundy (NSCAA Premier License -"A" Equivalent), Jami Rozell (National C License), Richard Hart (National A License), Derek Sharp (National D License), and Eric DeFreitas (TU 4-year Letterman).

"If you look from top to bottom, we couldn’t be more pleased with the quality of our staff," said Executive Director Jim Tindell.  "Mark and the leadership group have done an incredible job assembling the best staff in the region.  As part of our strategy to attract and develop top coach talent, we will continue to heavily invest in our staff."