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Carolina Moscato, Assistant Coach of the University of Louisville Women’s Soccer Team hosts a clinic at ANB Academy Futbol

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The ANB Academy Futbol is pleased to announce Coach Carolina Moscato, Assistant Coach of the University of Louisville Women’s Soccer Team, will be host of a soccer clinic at ANB. This clinic is open to all and will take place on Wednesday March 18, 2009 from 12:30 to 5 PM, see schedule below:

• Players show up at 12:30 to start getting ready
• Coach Moscato does a quick talk from 12:45 to 1:00pm
• Clinic is from 1PM to 4 PM (Games 11 v 11 the last 45 minutes)
• Coach Moscato does a class room talk from 4:15 to 5:00 about the recruiting Process as well the Canadian National Team and what it takes to get to those levels of play.

Former Canadian National Team Member Carmelina Moscato embarks upon her second season as a member of the University of Louisville women's soccer coaching staff. During her first season at UofL, she helped the Cardinals to their second consecutive NCAA appearance. "Carmelina has been a terrific addition to our Cardinal women's soccer staff," Head Coach Karen Ferguson said.

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"She has collegiate playing experience at an extremely reputable program in Penn State and she has the very distinct honor of representing her country (Canada) for both a youth and World Championship. She is a wonderful role model for our current players, future players and the youth within our community. We are very excited about the addition of Carm to our staff and know she will help us compete for Big East and ultimately National Championships."

The Mississauga, Ontario native made her Women's Under-19 Team debut on May 29, 2001 against China in the 3rd Annual Adidas Cup, and her international debut on April 3, 2002 in a match against Australia during the 2002 Turnoi de France, earning 22 caps. Bryan Rosenfeld, Head Coach for Canada's Under 17 Girls National Team is not surprised at Moscato's success. "Carmelina is someone who shows a high level of integrity, accountability and responsibility on and off the field. It is these qualities that gave me the trust and confidence as her coach to select her as my team Captain.

Carmelina is technically a very sound player with a great gift of vision and an excellent tactical understanding of the game. I believe that Carmelina is a magnificent passion for the game and combining her great qualities as a player and person, I can only see success for her in her coaching career. She will be the type of coach that will make a difference to any program she is involved with but more importantly, she will a make difference to the player."

Moscato played in all six games at the FIFA Women's U-19 World Cup and was named to the tournament all-star team as a midfielder. She made her mark on the 2002 U-19 Canadian National team which reached the World Cup Final in Edmonton, playing 18 times and scoring four goals for the junior squad. She also played six times for the World Cup team in 2004 against China, Sweden, USA, Jamaica, Panama, and Costa Rica.

Played at the 2004 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Costa Rica, the 2004 Four Nations Tournament in China, was named to Canada's 2003 Women's World Cup roster and Canada's 2003 Algarve Cup roster, scoring her first international goal in a match against Greece. Moscato Was also part of the Under-19 Women's Team that won the silver medal at the 2002 FIFA U-19 World Championships. Played the 2005 and 2006 W-League seasons with the Ottawa Fury, as well as a portion of the 2007 slate prior to her arrival in The Ville. Was also a member of the 2004 W-League Champion Vancouver Whitecaps and played the 2002 club season with the Ottawa Fury in the W-League.

Moscato, who missed a portion of her sophomore season while competing for the national team, played in 75 games during her four-year career at Penn State in the midfield and up top, scoring 10 goals and adding 20 assists. The Nittany Lions compiled an 80-10-7 record, winning four Big Ten titles, and advancing to the national semifinals twice during her four-year stay. Prior to her career at Penn State, she played four years at St. Francis Xavier Secondary and was named Most Valuable Player. She was a two-year member of the Ontario Provincial team, winning gold in 2000 and silver in 2001 at the Canadian National Championships.

Moscato earned her degree in communication arts and sciences, with a minor in business at Penn State.

ANB academy's vision is to become Canada’s leading soccer development organization. Its mission is to identify Canadian soccer talent, and to maximize the potential of players at any level, through professional coaching and training.

For more information on the programs offered by ANB academy, check out our website site at or by telephone at 905-313-8661 or via e-mail at

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