Comments for: Summer months no picnic for busy University of Maine head coaches

Posted June 29, 2012, at 12:19 p.m.
Last modified June 29, 2012, at 2:54 p.m.

ORONO | Scott Atherley spent 12 hours Thursday under bright sunshine, some of it in 100-degree temperatures. He was evaluating some of the country’s best young soccer players — in Chicago. It was a typical summer day for the head women’s soccer coach at the University of Maine. “I’m …

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  • Anonymous

    Uh…it’s called a job…working for a living;many people would change their jobs for theirs in a heart beat…gotta love the sports arena.

  • Anonymous

    Trimper quipped that a coach who possesses polished golf skills might send the wrong message.
    “If someone asks me my handicap and I tell them it’s below 10, I’m probably not a good baseball coach,” he said.

    ATTENTION Mr. March (Woodward)  ;) :)

    My understanding is that his handicap is single digits

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