Hartford Union High School names new varsity soccer coach | By Teri Kermendy

February 13, 2020 – Hartford, WI. – Hartford Union High School (HUHS) is proud to announce Benjamin Morales, the new Varsity boys soccer coach.

Benjamin’s most recent coaching experiences are at Washington County FC where he coached U12/U13/14 boys soccer and Cedarburg High School boys soccer.

Benjamin believes that soccer is a sport that is constituted by the four moments of the game; Offense, Defense, Transition from Offense to Defense and Transition from Defense to Offense. Alongside mental preparation, physical preparation is the most important aspect of a soccer player’s success in the modern game.

“This is an exciting opportunity for me on a personal and professional level. The wonderful support I have received is critical to ensuring long term success. I will be approaching this new project with ambition, professionalism, and passion.” Benjamin Morales

“Benjamin has coached outside of Wisconsin and the USA in multiple capacities and brings a wealth of experience to HUHS.  We are lucky to have him join our team,” said Scott Helms, Athletic and Activities Director for HUHS

Benjamin’s career coaching experience:

  Two-time Wisconsin State Cup winner                                    (Mequon United & Elm Grove)

  FC Milwaukee United States Soccer Developmental Academy (USSDA) U15-U18

  United States National Team Camp USSYL U15                                 (Florida)

  Pachuca FC                                                                          (Hidalgo, Mexico)

  Club Deportivo Guadalajara                                                   (Guadalajara, Mexico)

  Club Atlante                                                                          (Cancun, Mexico)

  Boca Juniors                                                                         (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

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