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Ellicott CiTY Soccer Club is excited to announce that Howard County native, Rob Ryerson will be joining the club as the new Director of Soccer Operations and Player Development. Rob brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the club as he most recently has guided the Potomac Soccer Association as it’s Technical Director. He will join “CiTY” at the end of this seasonal year upon completion of his current commitments. 
While attending Oakland Mills High School in Columbia, he won a Maryland State Championship and also was named the Howard County “Player of the Year”. Rob then went on to be a two time All-American at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.  
After college, Rob played Professional soccer over 8 seasons with various teams to include the local professional clubs the Baltimore Blast, Maryland Bays and Washington Warthogs. He also went on to play with the US National Team scoring the only goal in a 1-0 win over Costa Rica on June 14th, 1988. 
After playing professionally, Rob has been equally successful coaching at all levels in the game to include High School, College and in the Professional ranks. As a USSF “A” Licensed coach, Rob is also an instructor for the Maryland State Soccer Association and is currently a US Soccer Scout identifying the most talented players in the country. He also has most recently served as an Assistant Coach for the U18 US Men’s National Team. 
We welcome Rob to CiTY as we move into the Club Champions League, one of the best youth soccer leagues in the region. Ellicott City Soccer Club board member, Rob Mamula quotes: "With the combination of our Executive Director Tim Ryerson, Technical Director Carmen Juliano and addition of Rob Ryerson, there is plenty to look forward to in the future growth and development of soccer in Howard County as well as top youth league in the region."