OCU soccer coach helping train olympians
Friday, July 25th 2003, 12:00 am
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(Oklahoma City-AP) -- A soccer coach from Oklahoma City University is working with the US Olympic Development program this summer.
Brian Harvey was in Alabama earlier this month for a two-week training and development camp. Harvey will travel to Boston next month for another two-week camp.
Harvey is helping to select and prepare players who will compete on the Junior Olympic team. The team will compete for an appearance in the Under-15 World Cup in 2004.
This fall, Harvey kicks off his 17th season leading the OCU Stars men's team and his 10th leading the women. He holds a 25-43-and-12 coaching record in men's soccer. His women's record is 158-37-and-5.
Men and women will report for pre-season practice on August 15th.